Due to the fresh good Monsoon system developing over the West-central Bay of Bengal, heavy rains can be expected over many parts of Andhra Pradesh in the next few days.
At present the coastal Andhra Pradesh is 1% rainfall surplus and there is a likelihood that this figure will increase sooner. According to Skymet Weather, the cyclonic circulation formed in west-central Bay of Bengal which is now persisting over North Coastal Andhra Pradesh will intensify into a low pressure system soon.
For the time being only light to moderate rains will go on but the rain intensity is expected to increase soon. This rain belt which is currently persisting over coastal Andhra Pradesh will slowly move inland towards Telangana.
With the movement of rain belt towards Telangana, the intensity of rains will also increase, bringing much needed rainfall over the region.
At present, Telangana is rainfall deficient by 8% whereas Rayalaseema is rainfall surplus by 4%. These stats are definitely going to increase as the weather system move towards the region.
In the next few days, this region along the East coast will be recording good Monsoon rains. Monsoon has been subdued over most parts of the country and the weathermen did not predict any improvement in the rainfall situation for the next few days.
At present, the countrywide cumulative rainfall deficiency stands at 4%.
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