Pre-monsoon weather activity is likely over South Peninsula covering large parts. Coastal states of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu and land locked North Interior Karnataka and Telangana are expected to witness adverse weather over next 4 days between 16th and 19th March. Severity of weather will be punishing for some parts of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on 18th and 19th March. Hailstorm may lash few places in Telangana on these 2 days.
Hostile weather conditions of pre monsoon are knocking little before time, specially for North Karnataka and Telangana which are located slightly far from the water bodies. State of Telangana remains vulnerable to adverse weather including hailstorm, albeit in the fag end of March and early April. Severe weather conditions, simultaneously over large chunk of South Peninsula is not very common at this point of time.
Pertinent cyclonic circulation has come up over North Madhya Maharashtra and neighbourhood. An active trough is extending from this feature to interior Tamil Nadu, running across Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Swirling winds from the Bay of Bengal as a part of anticyclone are fuelling moist winds. Earlier, sufficient heat got accumulated adding air bubbles over the region.
Under the influence of these multiple weather systems, widespread rain and thundershowers are expected over Telangana, North Interior Karnataka and Coastal Andhra Pradesh. Tamil Nadu and Rayalaseema may escape fury of intense weather and yet observe moderate thundershowers. Weather activity will vacate Karnataka and Rayalaseema on 19th March and the rest of the region will find improvement the next day on 20th March and later.