Last week saw Cyclonic storm Daye reviving the Southwest Monsoon 2018. The system had hit Odisha and travelled across the central parts of India. Under the influence of this system i.e. the northern, central and eastern parts saw active to vigorous Monsoon conditions throughout the week.
However, South India was the only sub-division to witness subdued Monsoon conditions during that time. Even though few pockets in Rayalaseema and South Karnataka received good spells of rain, rest of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Tamil Nadu mainly received poor rainfall activity.
Now, in the coming days, as Monsoon will once again go weak over most other parts of the country, South India is all set to experience good rainfall activity.
At present, a cyclonic circulation lies over North Coastal Karnataka, along with another cyclonic circulation over North Andaman Sea. This cyclonic circulation is further expected to shift westwards and come close to the coast.
Due to the combined effect of both these weather systems, we expect widespread rainfall activity to once again commence over most parts of South India. Rains will mostly be light to moderate in intensity, but isolated places may also receive heavy showers.
South Interior Karnataka and Coastal Karnataka are expected to receive good rainfall activity. Bengaluru would also see light to moderate rain and thundershowers during the time span.
Further, we do not expect deficiency of rain to build up over South India, as rains will remain near normal only.
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