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Monsoon 2015: Latest update on Southwest Monsoon in India

October 20, 2015 6:00 AM |

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Updated on October 20, 2015, 08:20 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon withdraws from India

Southwest Monsoon has finally retreated itself from entire India on Monday. Meanwhile, weather systems in the country continue to give weather over parts of South and North India. Remaining parts of the country remained dry.

During last 24 hours, scattered light to moderate rain was observed over Lakshadweep Islands, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. While, fairly widespread light to moderate showers with isolated heavy rain was also recorded over the hilly states of Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh.

In span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Minicoy recorded 47 mm of rainfall, Kochi 3 mm, Pamban 7 mm, Karaikal 1 mm and Srinagar 20 mm.

Updated on October 19, 2015, 08:20 AM (IST): Peninsular India observes isolated light rain

According to Skymet weather models, light isolated rain was observed in Peninsular and Northeast India in a span of 21 hours. For instance, Karaikal in Puducherry received 18 mm of rain in a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday. Thiruchirapalli and Chennai in Tamil Nadu also received 6 mm and 3 mm of rain, respectively. Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city of Kerala also recorded 3 mm of rain during this period (21 hours).

The remaining parts of the country observed dry weather conditions.

Meanwhile, the night temperature in Northwest plains is settling close to normal. Close to average night temperature is also being observed in Peninsular and Northeast India. The minimum temperature in Central India is settling marginally below normal.

Updated on October 18, 2015, 08:00 AM (IST): Scattered rain observed over Kerala and Konkan and Goa

Scattered rain occurred over parts of Kerala, along with some areas in Konkan and Goa. Also, isolated rainfall activity was witnessed over Coastal Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh Coast and Coastal Maharashtra. Nortastern states received isolated rain. Other parts of the country remained mostly dry.

In a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Kochi recorded 18 mm of rainfall, followed by Bhubaneswar where 6 mm rainfall was observed. Goa received 2 mm rain, and Kudaloor 1 mm.

Updated on October 17, 2015, 08:40 AM (IST): Rainfall reduces significantly over Peninsular India

Very less rainfall activity was observed in India on Friday. Southwest Monsoon has withdrawn from entire North India and most parts of East and Central India. As of now withdrawal line of Southwest Monsoon now passes through ForbesganjRanchiJharsuguda, Hanamkonda, Belgaum, Goa, Latitude 15.0°N/Longitude 70.0°E and Latitude 15.0°N/Longitude 60.0°E.

On Friday, isolated rainfall was observed over Vidarbha, Uttar Pradesh and Coastal Andhra Pradesh. Northeast India received scattered rains. Rest of the country remained mostly dry.

 

Updated on October 16, 2015, 08:30 AM (IST):  Light to Moderate rain observed in Northeast India

In a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday, scattered light to moderate rain has been observed in northeastern states like Assam and Manipur. Some places in Kerala and coastal Andhra Pradesh have also observed light to moderate amounts of rain.

According to the rainfall data available with Skymet, Dibrugarh in Assam and Imphal in Manipur have recorded 31 mm and 6 mm of rain, respectively. Visakhapatnam and Machilipatnam in Andhra Pradesh have also received 31 mm and 3 mm of rain, respectively.

Isolated rain has also been observed in coastal Odisha and Rajasthan. Jaipur in a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday has observed 5 mm of rain.

The remaining parts of the country have witnessed dry weather conditions.

 

Updated on October 15, 2015, 08:30 AM (IST): Parts of North and Northeast India record light rain

Scattered rain has been observed in Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, West Uttar Pradesh, northeastern states and Kerala in a span of 21 hours. According to the rainfall data available with Skymet, Dehradun in Uttarakhand has observed 12 mm of rain in a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday. During the same period Guwahati and Tezpur in Assam recorded 4 mm and 3 mm of rain, respectively. Kochi in Kerala,however received a whopping 88 mm of rain.

Light isolated rain was also observed in Odisha, Chhattisgarh and coastal Andhra Pradesh. For instance, Pendra and Balasore in the same span of 21 hours recorded 10 mm and 1 mm of rain, respectively.

The remaining parts of the country were dry with clear skies.

Updated on October 14, 2015, 08:30 AM (IST): Coastal Karnataka and Kerala receive good rain again

Widespread rainfall activity has been observed over Coastal Karnataka and Kerala in the last 21 hours. According to the data available with Skymet, Mangalore in Karnataka received 18 mm of rain in a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday. During the same period Kochi and Kozhikode in Kerala observed 21 mm and 2 mm of rain, respectively.

Scattered light rain was also observed over some parts of East and Northeast India. For instance, Ranchi in Jharkhand recorded 24 mm of rain in a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday. Kolkata observed 4 mm, while Guwahati in Assam and Imphal in Manipur recorded 2 mm and 1 mm of rain, respectively.

The remaining parts of the country were almost dry in terms of any rainfall activity.

Updated on October 13, 2015, 08:20 AM (IST): Kerala continues to observe good rains

Scattered light to moderate rain has been observed in Kerala, Tamil Nadu and northeastern states in last 21 hours. According to the rainfall data available with Skymet, Thiruvananthapuram has observed 16 mm of rain in a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Monday.

Light isolated rain has also been witnessed in Uttarakhand, parts of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Maharashtra, Karnataka, coastal Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. Dehradun, the capital of Uttarakhand received 10 mm of rain in the same span of 21 hours. While Gorakhpur in East Uttar Pradesh recorded 4 mm of rain during the same period.

The remaining parts of the country observed clear skies and dry weather conditions.

Updated on October 12, 2015, 08:25 AM (IST): Tamil Nadu, and Madhya Maharashtra observe good rains

Scattered light to moderate rain has been observed over Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Madhya Maharashtra in last 21 hours. Some places in the region have also received heavy rains. For instance, Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu received a good 44 mm of rain in a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday. While Tiruchirapalli observed 20 mm of rain. Pune  and Nashik received 29 mm and 4 mm of rain, respectively during the same period of 21 hours.

Some places in the northeast region of the country also received scattered light to moderate rain. For example, the capital of Manipur Imphal witnessed 38 mm of rain in a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday.

Isolated light rain was also observed over West Bengal and South Gujarat. The remaining parts of the country observed dry weather conditions.

Updated on October 11, 2015, 08:10 AM (IST): Good showers observed over Kerala

Fairly widespread, light to moderate rain occurred over Kerala.

Also, Tamil Nadu, Rayalaseema, Karnataka, Madhya Maharashtra and parts of Northeast India received scattered rain.

In the last 21 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Dibrugarh received 54 mm of rain, Anantapur 20 mm, Chennai 19 mm, Kochi 13 mm, Thiruvananthapuram 11 mm, Pune 10 mm and Solapur 3 mm.

Updated on October 10, 2015, 08:55 AM (IST): Kerala, Lakshadweep and Northeast India record good rain

Good showers were witnessed over Kerala, Lakshadweep Islands, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura during last 24 hours. While, scattered light rain was also recorded over Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Rayalaseema (Interior Andhra Pradesh).

According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, these showers can be attributed to the weather systems prevailing both in Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal.

Remaining parts of the country observed dry weather conditions with clear skies.

In span of 24 hours from 8:30am on Friday, Dibrugarh recorded 41 mm followed by North Lakhimpur 29 mm, Imphal 22 mm, Thiruvananthapuram 33 mm, Kozhikode 31 mm, Minicoy 20 mm, Kochi 5 mm and Anantapur 5 mm.

 

Updated on October 9, 2015, 08:35 AM (IST): Good showers over Coastal Karnataka, Kerala and Northeast India

Well-marked low pressure areas in both Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal have been giving good rainfall along the West and East Coast.

Fairly widespread moderate rain and thundershowers have been recorded over Coastal Karnataka, Kerala and northeastern states during last 24 hours. While, scattered light rain was also observed over Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Odisha and Gangetic West Bengal.

Remaining parts of the country witnessed mainly dry weather conditions, leading to rise in day temperatures. In a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday, Thiruvananthapuram recorded 61 mm of rain, Kozhikode 74 mm, Nellore 27 mm, Mangalore 13 mm, Kochi 25 mm, Agartala 17 mm, Imphal 15 mm, North Lakhimpur 10 mm, Kolkata 2 mm and Bhubaneshwar 2 mm.

 

Updated on October 8, 2015, 08:25 AM (IST): Coastal Karnataka and Kerala continue to receive good rains

According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, good rains have been observed over Kerala, coastal Karnataka, South Interior Karnataka, Rayalaseema and North Tamil Nadu. In a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday Mangalore in coastal Karnataka and Kozhikode in Kerala have received 21mm and 29 mm of rain, respectively.

During the same period, Anantapur in the Rayalaseema meteorological sub-division of Andhra Pradesh observed 31 mm of rain. While Chennai received 17 mm of rain.

Moderate to heavy rain was also observed in the northeastern states. In a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday Cherrapunji in Shillong received 50 mm of rain, while Aizwal in Mizoram observed 68 mm of rain.

Scattered light to moderate rain has also been observed over coastal Andhra Pradesh, coastal Odisha, and Gangetic West Bengal.

The remaining parts of the country observed dry weather conditions.

Updated on October 7, 2015, 08:50 AM (IST): Tamil Nadu, Karnataka record light to moderate rains

Fairly widespread light to moderate rain and thundershowers were recorded over Coastal Karnataka, Interior Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Lakshadweep Island. One of two places have also recorded heavy showers.

Meanwhile, light rain was observed over Andhra Pradesh and northeastern states during last 24 hours. Remaining parts of the country witnessed dry weather conditions.

In span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Trichy received 38 mm of rain followed by Aminidivi 33 mm, Karaikal 22 mm, Kozhikode 11 mm,  Honavar 8 mm, Mangalore 5 mm, Gadag 6.5 mm, Nagapattinam 11 mm, Kalingapatnam 2 mm, Bangalore 7 mm, Cuddalore 5 mm, Karwar 4 mm, Kailashahar 8.4 mm and Port Blair 6 mm.

 

Updated on October 6, 2015, 08:40 AM (IST): Tamil Nadu and Coastal Karnataka continue with good rains

Fairly widespread rain and thundershowers were witnessed over parts of Coastal Karnataka, KeralaTamil Nadu and Lakshadweep Island during last 24 hours. Isolated places recorded heavy showers as well.

Scattered light rain was observed over Andhra Pradesh, South Madhya Maharashtra and northeastern states. Rest of the country witnessed mainly dry weather conditions.

In span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Yercaud 121 mm, Kannur 67 mm, Erode 43 mm, Nagapattinam 42 mm, Trichy 30 mm, Ariyalur 23 mm, Neyveli 19 mm, Nilumbur 97 mm, Kudlu 77 mm, Kochi 40 mm, Punalur 38 mm, Alappuzha 15 mm, Kottayam 11 mm, Tirupati 21 mm, Perumallapalli 15 mm, Pavagada 16 mm, Chamrajnagar 19 mm, Dharvad 14 mm, Honavar 11 mm,  Chennai 9 mm and Aminidivi 27 mm.

Updated on October 5, 2015, 08:20 AM (IST): Tamil Nadu and Karnataka observe good rains

According to Skymet meteorology Division in India, the sub-division of Konkan and Goa, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have been observing some good rains. For instance, Honavar and Mangalore in Karnataka received 45 mm and 33 mm of rain, respectively in a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday. During the same period Cuddalore in Tamil Nadu received 46 mm of rain.

Meanwhile, Kerala, Rayalaseema, Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Maharashtra witnessed normal rains. According to the rainfall data available with Skymet, Kochi in Kerala received 25 mm of rain, while Thiruvananthapuram observed 13 mm of rain in a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday. Sholapur observed 24 mm of rain.

The remaining parts of the country experienced almost dry weather conditions.

Updated on October 4, 2015, 08:30 AM (IST): Good rains observed over Madhya Maharashtra and Kerala

Southwest Monsoon is expected to withdraw from other parts of the country in a few days time. Meanwhile, good rain was observed over Konkan Goa, Madhya Maharashtra and Kerala.

Normal rains were witnessed in Interior Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu. While scattered rain was observed over Odisha, Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. Light rain occurred over Northeast India.

In a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Ratnagiri recorded 50 mm of rain, Nashik 20 mm, Mumbai 15 mm, Pune 9 mm, Kozhikode 29 mm, Kochi 13 mm, Thiruvananthapuram 20 mm, Kudalor 27 mm, Vellore 24 mm, Bhubaneswar 23 mm, and Chitradurga 10 mm.

Updated on October 3, 2015, 08:35 AM (IST): Good rains over Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Madhya Maharashtra

Conditions remain favourable for further withdrawal of Southwest Monsoon from some more parts of the country any time now. This kept most parts of North, Central and East India dry.

While, Southwest Monsoon was active over Madhya Maharashtra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, giving moderate to heavy showers over these places.

While normal Monsoon conditions were observed over Rayalaseema and Coastal Andhra Pradesh. Light rain was also witnessed over few parts of Northeast India.

In span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Friday, Trichy recorded 64 mm of rain, followed by Belgaum 46 mm, Sholapur 43 mm, Aurangabad 26 mm, Ratnagiri 25 mm, Chennai 25 mm, Pune 24 mm, Kochi 22 mm, Kozhikode 21 mm, Honavar 12 mm, Bhubaneshwar 12 mm and Anantapur 12 mm.

Updated on October 2, 2015, 08:25 AM (IST): Good rains over Konkan Goa

Good rains have occurred over parts of Konkan Goa, Interior Karnataka and some areas of Coastal Andhra Pradesh.

Scattered rain was also observed over some parts of Tamil Nadu and Kerala in the last 24 hours. Other areas have been practically dry.

In the last 21 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday, Belgaon and Goa recorded 24 mm rainfall each, Kakinada 31 mm, Machilipatnam 20 mm, Ratnagiri 19 mm, Kozhikode 29 mm, Kudaloor 16 mm, Solapur 6 mm, Ramagundam 7 mm, Visakhapatnam 5 mm, Itradurga 11 mm, Karaikal 5 mm, Pune 2 mm, Aurangabad 1 mm, and Bhubaneswar 2 mm rain.

Updated on October 1, 2015, 08:30 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon active over Tamil Nadu and Kerala

Active Monsoon conditions were observed over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Kerala, with all these places receiving moderate showers during last 24 hours.

While, Southwest Monsoon was normal over Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, South Interior Karnataka and Coastal Karnataka. Remaining parts of the country witnessed mainly dry weather conditions.

In a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday, Mangalore recorded 46 mm, Kakinada 37 mm,  Kozhikode 27 mm, Minicoy 19 mm, Machilipatnam 12 mm, Kalingapatnam 10 mm, Vijaywada 10 mm, Honavar 10 mm, Kochi 9 mm, and Thiruvananthapuram 4 mm.

 

Updated on September 30, 2015, 08:20 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon active over Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala

Southwest Monsoon further retreated itself from some more parts of Northwest India during last 24 hours. While it was active over Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. Normal Monsoon conditions were witnessed over Karnataka and Telangana.

Light rain was also observed over some parts of Maharashtra. Remaining parts of the country witnessed dry weather conditions.

In a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Coonoor recorded 42 mm of rain followed by Kochi 33 mm, Neyyoor 26 mm, Vellayani 21 mm, Ooty 19 mm, Cuddalore 16 mm, Kakinada 12 mm, Tirupati 11 mm, Madikeri 9 mm, Gadag 5 mm, Peddapuram 26 mm, Hyderabad 2 mm, Kolhapur 1 mm and Sholapur 1 mm.

 

Updated on September 29, 2015, 08:10 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon active over Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala

Active Monsoon conditions were observed over Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep Islands. All these places recorded light to moderate rain during last 24 hours.

Meanwhile, light Monsoon showers were recorded over some parts of Odisha, Telangana and Maharashtra. Rest parts of the country witnessed dry weather conditions.

In a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Coimbatore received 38 mm, Thoothukudi 28 mm, Kochi 26 mm, Cuddalore 21 mm, Tirupathi 25 mm, Tirumala 20 mm, Perumallapalli 22 mm, Madekeri 18 mm,  Bangalore 10 mm, Kozhikode 5 mm, Port Blair 20 mm, Minicoy 18 mm, Akola 6 mm, Khurdah 3 mm and Bhubaneswar 1 mm.

 

Updated on September 28, 2015, 08:10 AM (IST): Tamil Nadu, Karnataka observe good Monsoon rains

The Southwest Monsoon is vigorous over Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. According to the rainfall data available with Skymet, Yercaud and Namakal in Tamil Nadu have received a whopping 101 mm and 79 mm of rain, respectively in a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday. Tiruchirapalli and Coimbatore have also received 38 mm and 32 mm of rain, respectively. During the same period Bhavikeri in Karnataka received 57 mm of rain, while Madikeri observed 34 mm of rain.

Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Lakshadweep and Bay Islands also observed some good rain as the Monsoon was active over these parts. For instance, Kochi in Kerala and Terumallapale in Andhra Pradesh observed 18 mm and 10 mm of rain, respectively in a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday. Amini Devi in Lakshadweep also received 7 mm of rain during this period.

The remaining parts of the country remained almost dry.

 

Updated on September 27, 2015 09:00 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon active over Tamil Nadu

Active Monsoon conditions have been observed over parts of Tamil Nadu, with heavy rain being observed over many parts of the state.

Normal Monsoon conditions were observed over Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, West Bengal, Telangana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Uttarakhand, and Northeast India.

In a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Namakkal received a good 42 mm of rain, which was followed by Bhawikere where 32 mm of rain was received. Also, Dalhousie recorded 31 mm rain, Periyakulum 26 mm, Uttarkashi 21 mm, Coimbatore 11 mm, Kochi 8 mm, Gulbarga and Govindpura (6 mm each), Tawang and Gyalsing (5 mm each), Kakinada and Kolkata (3 mm each), and Hyderabad 2 mm.

Updated on September 26, 2015, 8:20 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Tamil Nadu and Coastal Andhra Pradesh

Vigorous Monsoon conditions have been witnessed over Tamil Nadu and Coastal Andhra Pradesh, giving moderate to heavy showers over both the states. While Monsoon was active over parts of Karnataka, Kerala, Telangana, Rayalaseema and Sikkim.

Normal Monsoon conditions were observed over entire Northeast India. Remaining parts of the country had dry weather conditions.

In a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Friday, Teddapuram recorded 92 mm of rain followed by Nandyal 65 mm, Nellore 55 mm, Kalavai 65 mm, Hosur 34 mm, Neyyoor 34 mm, Tandur 27 mm, Thiruvananthapuram 35 mm, Tirupathi 11 mm, Kochi 11 mm, Hyderabad 6 mm, Gayalsingh 55 mm, Tawang 5 mm and Kohima 2 mm.

 

Updated on September 25, 2015, 8:20 AM (IST): Good rains in Northeast India and Sikkim

The Southwest Monsoon is active over Northeast India, Sikkim, Sub Himalayan West Bengal and Tamil Nadu. In a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday, Gossaigaon in Assam observed 43 mm of rain. Dibrugarh and Lakhimpur also witnessed 32 mm of rain each.

Gayalsingh in Sikkim and Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh received 30 mm and 27 mm of rain, respectively during the same period. The capital of Manipur Imphal and Kohima in Nagaland also observed 7 mm and 12 mm of rain, respectively.

Meanwhile, normal Monsoon conditions are prevailing over parts of Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Lakshadweep and Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Updated on September 24, 2015, 8:30 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon active over northern hills, East and Northeast India

Active Monsoon conditions were observed over parts of  Jammu and KashmirHimachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, West Bengal and Northeast India. All these places have recorded light to moderate rainfall during last 24 hours, with isolated places receiving heavy showers as well.

While, Southwest Monsoon was normal over Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and some parts of Kerala. Remaining parts of the country witnessed dry weather conditions.

In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday, Jowai recorded 67 mm of rain, Namchi 42 mm, Kalimpong 39 mm, Nongstoin 38 mm, Guwahati 22 mm, Tezpur 11 mm, Kolkata 31 mm, Kharagpur 22 mm, Dalhousie 46 mm, Anantnag 11 mm, Dharamsala 22 mm, Champawat 3 mm, Periyakulam 16 mm, Madikeri 8 mm, Coimbatore 4 mm, Gulbarga 5 mm and Coonoor 3 mm.

 

Updated on September 23, 2015, 8:15 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over North and East India

Southwest Monsoon has been vigorous over Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, some parts of Punjab and Haryana, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Bihar, Assam and Meghalaya.

Active Monsoon conditions were observed over Uttarakhand, North Rajasthan, remaining parts of Punjab, Haryana and West Uttar Pradesh. While Monsoon was normal West Madhya Pradesh, North Odisha and rest of Northeast India.

Dry weather conditions were observed over entire Peninsular India including Maharashtra and South Odisha.

In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Anantnag recorded 84 mm of rain followed by Pahalgam 49 mm, Srinagar 36 mm, Dalhousie 146 mm, Kasauli 30 mm, Dhanauri 40 mm, Uttarkashi 17 mm, Amritsar 58 mm, Panchkula 43 mm, Jamshedpur 58 mm, Kharagpur 56 mm, Gaya 48 mm, Nongstoin 154 mm, Guwahati 35 mm, Nawanshahr 31 mm, Bareilly 26 mm, Karnal 13 mm, Jaipur 8 mm and Mumbai 3 mm.

 

Updated on September 22, 2015, 8:25 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Rajasthan, Gujarat and Bihar 

Vigorous Monsoon conditions were observed over parts of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar. All these places have recorded moderate to heavy rainfall during last 24 hours.

While, it was on active over Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, West Bengal and Northeast India. Rest parts of the country witnessed normal Monsoon conditions barring parts of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka.

In span of last 21 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Jaisalmer 74 mm, Sriganganagar 56 mm, Gwalior 52 mm, Gandhinagar 42 mm, Gaya 44 mm, Amritsar 16 mm, Jhansi 26 mm, Mainpuri 21 mm, Thane 44 mm, Mumbai 15 mm, Barhampur 39 mm, Nongstoin 50 mm, Jowai 35 mm, Tinsukia 28 mm, Lakhimpur 21 mm, Kolkata 13 mm and Pusa in Delhi 20 mm.

 

Updated on September 21, 2015, 8:05 AM (IST): Gujarat and Chhattisgarh continue to receive good Monsoon rains

The Southwest Monsoon is vigorous over Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, parts of Rajasthan, Punjab and West Uttar Pradesh. In a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday Jaisalmer in Rajasthan received 47 mm of rain. Mandvi and Dwarka in Gujarat observed 67 mm and 35 mm of rain, respectively. Patiala and Bhatinda in Punjab also recorded 48 mm and 31 mm of rain, respectively.  West Uttar Pradesh also enjoyed some good weather activity with Bareilly receiving 63 mm of rain.

Meanwhile, active Monsoon conditions are prevailing along the West Coast, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and Northeast India. Some places in the region have recorded good amounts of rain. For instance, Mangalore in Coastal Karnataka and Chennai in Tamil Nadu received 43 mm and 23 mm of rain, respectively in a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday. Ambala in Haryana also recorded 35 mm of rain during the same period. Bankura in West Bengal and Patna in Bihar recorded 31 mm and 11 mm of rain, respectively.

Some good amounts of rainfall were also recorded in Northeast India. For example, Namchi in Sikkim received 78 mm of rain, while Guwahati in Assam observed 24 mm of rainfall.

The remaining parts of the country observed normal Monsoon conditions.

Updated on September 20, 2015, 8:20 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over East Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Madhya Maharashtra

Vigorous Monsoon conditions have been observed over Gujarat, East Rajasthan, and the Madhya Maharashtra region.

Southwest Monsoon has been active over Konkan and Goa region, West Madhya Pradesh, Gangetic West Bengal, and Madhya Maharashtra. Normal Monsoon conditions have been observed over plains of North India including Haryana, Delhi-NCR and Punjab.

Rest of the country remained mostly dry with least Monsoon activity.

In the last 21 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Surat received a whopping 219 mm of rainfall, Barmer 37 mm rain, Rajkot 24 mm, Bhuj 25 mm, Jharsuguda 36 mm, Kochi 25 mm, Machilipatnam 23 mm, North Lakhimpur 20 mm, Dibrugarh 19 mm, and Delhi 17 mm.

 

Updated on September 19, 2015, 9:30 AM (IST): Vigorous Monsoon conditions observed over Gujarat and Madhya Maharashtra

Southwest Monsoon has been vigorous over parts of Madhya Maharashtra and Gujarat, giving heavy to very heavy showers over these places. Similar weather conditions were witnessed over Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Active Monsoon conditions were observed over remaining parts of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana, Kerala, Coastal Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan. Meanwhile, normal Monsoon was observed over Punjab, Haryana, Delhi-NCR and remaining parts of Karnataka.

However parts of Bihar and West Bengal, East Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand and northeastern states remained mainly dry.

In a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Friday, Port Blair recorded 105 mm of rain, Ahwa 183 mm, Nashik 81 mm, Aurangabad 53 mm, Pune 40 mm, Dhule 37 mm, Jalna 35 mm, Mahabaleshwar 34 mm, Nagpur 16 mm, Alirajpur 47 mm, Ahmedabad 57 mm, Gandhinagar 55 mm, Surat 34 mm, Bilodara 54 mm, Udaipur 24 mm, Bharatpur 16 mm, Ujjain 8 mm, Kota 6 mm, Delhi 23.7 mm, Hyderabad 15 mm, Nellore 18 mm, Ramagundam 14 mm, Kochi 9 mm and Thiruvananthapuram 7 mm.

 

Updated on September 18, 2015, 8:30 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon was vigorous over Maharashtra

Vigorous Monsoon conditions have been observed over parts of Maharashtra on account of the deep depression. The system has given heavy to very heavy rain over several parts of state.

Monsoon is active over Madhya Pradesh, Coastal Karnataka, Kerala and Telangana, causing light to moderate activity over these places. While normal Monsoon conditions were observed over rest parts of the country barring Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Bihar, Saurashtra and Kutch region of Gujarat and northeastern states.

In span of last 21 hours from 8:30 am from Thursday, Buldhana 105 mm of rain, Washim 96 mm, Mulde 65 mm, Aurangabad 52 mm, Akola 50 mm, Nagpur 44 mm, Indore 22 mm, Gwalior 20 mm, Bhopal 18 mm, Honavar 20 mm, Goa 16 mm, Kochi 17 mm, Ramagundam 17 mm, Hyderabad 11 mm, Jamshedpur 5 mm, Chennai 5 mm and Jharsuguda 3 mm.

 

Updated on September 17, 2015, 8:30 AM (IST): Vigorous Monsoon conditions over Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Konkan & Goa region

Southwest Monsoon was vigorous over Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Konkan & Goa region, giving moderate to heavy rain over parts of these places.

Active Monsoon conditions were observed over Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and Kerala. Meanwhile, it was normal over parts of West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, East Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and northeastern states.

Foothills of Punjab and Haryana also received isolated light rain during last 24 hours. However, parts of Gujarat, West Uttar Pradesh, West Madhya Pradesh and South Interior Karnataka witnessed least weather activity.

In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday, Raipur recorded 80 mm of rain followed by Ramagundam 77 mm, Pendra 65 mm, Ratnagiri 62 mm, Goa 29 mm, Mangalore 22 mm, Kozhikode 27 mm, Thiruvananthapuram 21 mm, Balasore 20 mm, Jowai 36 mm, Kasauli 17 mm, Amritsar 13 mm, Kohima 12 mm, Nagpur 10 mm, Gangtok 10 mm, Viasakhapatnam 9 mm and Dharamsala 5 mm.

 

Updated on September 16, 2015, 8:00 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous  over Coastal Karnataka and Konkan & Goa region

Vigorous Monsoon conditions were observed over Coastal Karnataka, Konkan & Goa region, Chhattisgarh, parts of Bihar and Odisha. Moderate to heavy rainfall was recorded over all these places during last 24 hours.

It was active over parts Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, remaining parts of Maharashtra and Karnataka and Jharkhand. While normal Monsoon conditions were witnessed over Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir and northeastern states. Parts of northwestern plains observed dry weather.

In span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Ratnagiri received 106 mm of rain followed by Goa 75 mm, Barhampur 71 mm, Gunupur 72 mm, Ninapara 51 mm, Honavar 49 mm, Akola 38 mm, Pune 22 mm, Mangalore 37 mm, Raipur 54 mm, Jagdalpur 43 mm, Bhagalpur 47 mm, Wokha 33 mm, Kohima 14 mm, Jamshedpur 11 mm, Shimla 17 mm, Dehradun 10 mm and Varanasi 9 mm.

Updated on September 15, 2015, 8:00 AM (IST): Vigorous Monsoon conditions observed over Coastal Karnataka and the Konkan region

Southwest Monsoon has been vigorous over Coastal Karnataka and the Konkan region including Mumbai.

Active Monsoon conditions have been observed over the rest of Karnataka, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, and parts of Northeast India.

Other parts of the country observed normal Monsoon conditions. However, states including Haryana, Punjab, Delhi-NCR, North Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand remained mostly dry.

In a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Colaba in Mumbai recorded a good 126 mm of rainfall, Santa Cruz received 32 mm of rain. Kawardha received 61 mm of rainfall, Honavar 60 mm, Gyalshing 48 mm, Mangalore 45 mm, Palghar and Narayanpur (44 mm each), Namchi and Latur (38 mm each), Devgad 35 mm, Sagar Island and Balasore (31 mm each), Guwahati and Jagdalpur (28 mm each), Bhubaneshwar 25 mm, Gadag 23 mm, Osmanabad 18 mm, Gulbarga 12 mm, Hyderabad and Berhampur (9 mm each).

Updated on September 14, 2015, 8:00 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Andhra Pradesh

Vigorous Monsoon conditions have been observed over many parts of Andhra Pradesh.

Southwest Monsoon has been active over many parts of the country including Telangana, Karnataka, Maharashtra, and some areas in the Northeast India.

Normal Monsoon conditions have been observed elsewhere in the country. However, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, West Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, and Himachal Pradesh have been mostly dry.

In the last 21 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday, Ankapalli received a good 81 mm of rainfall, follwed by Raichur where 40 mm rain was received. Kalimpong recorded 36 mm rainfall, Nongstoin 27 mm, Ramagundam 25 mm, Mumbai and Solapur (21 mm each), Bapatla and Goa (20 mm each), Bhopal and Kalavai (19 mm each), and Kolasib 16 mm.

Updated on September 13, 2015, 10:35 AM (IST): Active Monsoon conditions observed over Coastal Karnataka, parts of Maharashtra and Gujarat

Monsoon has been active over parts of Coastal Karnataka, Konkan and Goa, Madhya Maharashtra, Coastal Andhra Pradesh and the Gujarat region.

Normal Monsoon conditions have been observed over many parts of Chhattisgrah, Odisha, and Kerala. Parts of Rajasthan, West Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and West Uttar Pradesh have mostly been dry.

In the last 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Honavar received a good 64 mm of rain, Nashik recorded 55 mm rainfall and Pune observed 49 mm of rain. Also, Jagdalpur received 37 mm rainfall, Surat 34 mm, and Gwalior 16 mm.

Updated on September 12, 08:30 AM (IST): Active Monsoon conditions over Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

Southwest Monsoon was active over Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Odisha, Jharkhand, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Northeast India.

Normal Monsoon conditions were observed over parts of Maharashtra, South Gujarat and East Uttar Pradesh. Remaining parts of the country witnessed least weather activity during last 24 hours.

In span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Friday, Visakhapatnam recorded 47 mm of rain followed by Kurnool at 19 mm, Hyderabad 21 mm, Jagdalpur 19 mm, Nashik 10 mm, Honavar 35 mm, Thiruvananthapuram 45 mm, Jharsuguda 30 mm, Daltonganj 28 mm, Port Blair 30 mm, Guwahati 31 mm, Gossaingaon 32 mm, Jowai 18 mm, Tamluk 18 mm, Navsari 11 mm, Lucknow 8 mm and Surat 3 mm.

Updated on September 11, 08:25 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Konkan region

Vigorous Monsoon conditions were observed over Konkan region, giving heavy rainfall over the region. While, Southwest Monsoon was active over remaining parts of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Odisha, northeastern states and some parts of Bihar and East Uttar Pradesh. Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep Islands also saw good rainfall activity.

Normal Monsoon conditions were observed over rest parts of the country barring northwestern plains inclusive of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan and Gujarat.

In span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday, Ratnagiri 137 mm, Mumbai 34 mm, Kolhapur 34 mm, Solapur 37 mm, Bellary 45 mm, Bagalkot 31 mm, Gulbarga 21 mm, Kurnool 27 mm, Warangal 34 mm, Kochi 21 mm, Bhagalpur 31 mm, Maharajganj 25 mm, Lakhimpur 39 mm, Tawang 10 mm, Tezpur 11 mm, Pune 8 mm and Hyderabad 3 mm.

 

Updated on September 10, 08:25 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu

Southwest Monsoon was vigorous over Maharashtra, parts of Tamil NaduAndhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Telangana.  All these places have recorded moderate to heavy showers during last 24 hours. Active Monsoon conditions were observed over Kerala, Karnataka and parts of Northeast India.

Rest of the country received isolated light rain barring areas of northwestern plains and most parts of Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand.

In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday, Ahmed Nagar 75 mm, Osmanabad 75 mm, Mahabaleshwar 73 mm, Ratnagiri 64 mm, Rajgurunagar 58 mm, Solapur 54 mm, Nashik 31 mm, Chennai 45 mm, Neyyoor 29 mm, Bagalkot 37 mm, Raichur 54 mm, Gulbarga 36 mm, Hyderabad 47 mm, Nandyal 37 mm, Kochi 21 mm, Jowai 23 mm and Dimapur 21 mm.

Updated on September 09, 08:25 AM (IST): Active Monsoon conditions over Kerala, Karnataka and most parts of Maharashtra

Active Monsoon conditions have been witnessed over Kerala, Karnataka, Goa, most parts of Maharashtra, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Lakshadweep Islands and parts of Northeast India. All these places recorded moderate to good rainfall during last 24 hours. Normal Monsoon was observed over Tamil Nadu, Odisha and South Gujarat. Remaining parts of the country remained mostly dry. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Gangtok recorded 70 mm of rain, Aminidevi 30 mm, Mangalore 23 mm, Pune 22 mm, Nagpur 19 mm, Kozhikode 12 mm, Honavar 14 mm, Hyderabad 11 mm, Nellore 6 mm and Anantapur 3 mm.

Updated on September 08, 07:45 AM (IST): Vigorous Monsoon conditions over Kerala, Coastal Karnataka and some parts of Maharashtra

Southwest Monsoon has been vigorous over various parts of Kerala, Coastal Karnataka along with some areas of Maharashtra resulting in good showers over the aforementioned region. Active Monsoon conditions are being observed over Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, North and South Interior Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, along with parts of North East India. Other parts of the country including Gujarat, Rajasthan, Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and Madhya Pradesh observed least Monsoon activity. In a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Kozhikode received a good 77 mm of rain, Kochi (23 mm), Nilambur (50 mm), Honavar (41 mm), Bangalore (37 mm), Madikeri (61 mm), Nagpur (21 mm), Akola (30 mm), Osmanabad (40 mm, Kampasagar (31 mm), Adilabad (9 mm), Lakhimpur (16 mm), Hosur (25 mm), Yercaud (23 mm), Berhampur (5 mm), Gairsain  (25 mm), and Uttarkashi (25 mm).

Updated on September 07, 08:10 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh

Vigorous Monsoon conditions were witnessed over parts of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, giving good rainfall over these two states. While, Monsoon was active over Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Lakshadweep Islands and Northeast India. However parts of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh remained mostly dry. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday, Raichur 76 mm, Chitradurga 65 mm, Amadalavalasa 57 mm, Tirupathi 55 mm, Chamrajnagar 43 mm, Nellore 38 mm, Bangalore 37 mm, Aminidevi 36 mm, Machilipatnam 30 mm, Anantapur 28 mm, Kozhikode 26 mm, Gyalsingh 10 mm, Dibrugarh 8 mm and Lakhimpur 7 mm.

Updated on September 06, 11:00 AM (IST): Good Monsoon rain in South Interior Karnataka

The Southwest Monsoon is vigorous over South Interior Karnataka and Rayalaseema. In a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Hassan and Gulbarga in South Interior Karnataka have recorded 36 mm and 26 mm of rain, respectively. Mysore also witnessed 37 mm of rain. Meanwhile, active Monsoon conditions are being observed in Sub Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. Madhya Maharashtra, Marathwada and Kerala are also experiencing active Monsoon conditions. For instance, Gayalsingh in Sikkim and North Lakhimpur in Assam have observed 35 mm and 58 mm of rain, respectively in a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday. During the same period, Itanagar in Arunachal Pradesh also received 29 mm of rain. Fair amount of rain has also been observed in the hills of North India. According to the data available with Skymet, Dharamsala and Dalhousie in Himachal Pradesh have received 26 mm and 32 mm of rain, respectively. Osmanabad and Latur in Marathwada also witnessed 39 mm of rain in a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday. Aurangabad and Ahmednagar in Madhya Maharashtra received 20 mm and 6 mm of rain, respectively during the same period. The plains of Northwest India are observing dry conditions, while light rain is being witnessed in East India.

Updated on September 05, 9:00 AM (IST): Vigorous Monsoon conditions over Northeast India

The Southwest Monsoon is vigorous over the northeastern parts of the country. In a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Friday, Dibrugarh in Assam has recorded 56 mm on rain. Gayalsingh in Sikkim also witnessed 19 mm of rain during the same period. Meanwhile, active Monsoon conditions are being observed in parts of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, South interior Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Parts of Odisha and Port Blair. For instance Aurangabad and Akola in Maharashtra have recorded 19 mm and 8 mm of rain, respectively in a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Friday. During the same period, Kurnool and Anantapur in Andhra Pradesh recorded 28 mm and 35 mm of rain, respectively. Bangalore also observed 24 mm of rain. Some parts of Tamil Nadu also witnessed fair amount of rain. For example, Yercaud and Terambalur in Tamil Nadu received 26 mm and 14 mm of rain, respectively. Rest of the country are observing normal Monsoon conditions, Barring, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and some parts f West Coast.

Updated on September 04, 8:35 AM (IST): Active Monsoon conditions over Odisha, Tamil Nadu and Northeast India

Southwest Monsoon was active over most parts of Northeast India including  Sikkim and Sub-Himalayan West BengalOdisha, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu and South Interior Karnataka. All these places recorded good rainfall in last 24 hours. Light rain was also observed over parts of hilly states of North India that includes Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Remaining parts of the country witnessed normal Monsoon conditions barring Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, most parts of Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Bihar. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday, Guwahati recorded 61 mm of rain, Williamnagar 54 mm, Thoubal 26 mm, Nongstoin 26 mm, Gyalsingh 14 mm, Kohima 13 mm, Kalimpong 26 mm, Jolly Grant 20 mm, Dharamsala 9 mm, Pahalgam 6 mm, Khurdah 34 mm, Buldhana 19 mm, Vedasandur 62 mm, Coonoor 43 mm and Hossur 27 mm.

Updated on September 03, 8:15 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon active over Chhattisgarh, West Bengal and Northeast India

Monsoon trough that is running along the foothills of Himalayas has kept the Southwest Monsoon active over most parts of Northeast India, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Uttarakhand. Rest of the parts of the country observed normal Monsoon conditions, giving scattered light rain. Parts of Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, most parts of Rajasthan,West Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Karnataka remained mostly dry. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday, Kolkata recorded 48 mm of rain, Jagdalpur 45 mm, Jowai 40 mm, Nongstoin 29 mm, Imphal 28 mm, Tawang 24 mm, Dehradun 26 mm, Uttarkashi 23 mm, Pendra 37 mm, Cuddalore 39 mm, Koraput 24 mm, Mailam 50 mm, Bilaspur 19 mm and Dharamsala 10 mm.

Updated on September 02, 8:15 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigourous over Chhattisgarh, Sikkim and Northeast India

Parts of ChhattisgarhAssamMeghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal witnessed vigorous Monsoon conditions. All these places have recorded moderate to heavy rainfall during last 24 hours. Southwest Monsoon was active over Madhya Pradesh, North Odisha, Jharkhand, remaining parts of West Bengal, Nagaland, Mizoram, Manipur and Tripura. Rest parts of the country observed normal Monsoon conditions, giving scattered light rain. However, parts of West Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka remained mostly dry. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Jagdalpur recorded 77 mm of rain, Gossaingaon 31 mm, Kohima 33 mm, Thoubal 33 mm, Gyalsingh 35 mm, Tamluk 25 mm, Koraput 21 mm. Jamshedpur 17 mm, Balasore 15 mm, Jabalpur 12 mm, Kota 10 mm and Bankura 7 mm.

Updated on September 01, 8:25 AM (IST): Vigourous Monsoon conditions over Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Sikkim

Vigorous Monsoon conditions were witnessed over Odisha, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Northeast India and Sikkim and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal. Moderate to heavy rainfall has been recorded over all these places during last 24 hours. While, Southwest Monsoon was active over Bihar, Jharkhand, East Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, East Uttar Pradesh, and South Gujarat. Rest parts of the country observed normal Monsoon conditions. However, parts of Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka recorded least least weather activity. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Mushalpur recorded 158 mm of rain, Jowai 69 mm, Nongstoin 54 mm, Jharsuguda 52 mm, Kolkata 46 mm, Namchi 58 mm, Bijapur 39 mm, Jagdalpur 24 mm, Siwan 10 mm, Surat 12 mm, Satna 7 mm and Mumbai 4 mm.

Updated on August 31, 8:25 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigourous northeastern states, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim

Southwest Monsoon was vigorous over Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal. All these places recorded moderate to heavy rainfall during last 24 hours. While, active Monsoon conditions were witnessed over Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, parts of Uttar Pradesh, Odisha and Konkan & Goa region. Rest parts of the country observed normal Monsoon conditions. However, parts of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana and Punjab recorded least least weather activity. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday, Mushalpur recorded 158 mm of rain, Gossaingaon 85 mm, Nongstoin 121 mm, Dhemaji 44 mm, Namchi 38 mm, Dibrugarh 32 mm, Lakhimpur 28 mm, Guwahati 26 mm, Pundikari 78 mm, Surat 37 mm, Koraput 34 mm, Dehradun 26 mm, Bhopal 26 mm and Guna 21 mm.

Updated on August 30, 10:15 AM (IST): Vigorous Monsoon conditions over Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim

Most parts of Northeast India and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal along with Sikkim have been experiencing vigorous Monsoon conditions. In a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Dibrugarh received a whopping 195 mm of rainfall. Very heavy Monsoon showers were also observed over Pasighat (187 mm) in Arunachal Pradesh, Tinsukia (174 mm) and North Lakhimpur (107 mm). One of the rainiest cities in India, Cherrapunji also recorded 195 mm of rain during this period (24 hours). Also, Mangan and Guwahati witnessed 107 mm and 31 mm of rain, respectively. The Southwest Monsoon is active over various parts of Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, East Madhya Pradesh and East Uttar Pradesh. In a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday Jharsuguda recorded a good 99 mm of rain. Good rains were also observed over Guna (50 mm), and Pendra (29 mm). Normal Monsoon conditions are being observed over Madhya Pradesh, Konkan and Goa region, Maharashtra and Vidarbha. In the last 24 hours, Gadag and Ratnagiri recorded 50 mm and 29 mm of rain, respectively. Haryana and West Rajasthan continue to witness dry weather conditions.

Updated on August 29, 08:45 AM (IST): Northeast India observing vigorous Monsoon conditions

The Southwest Monsoon is vigorous over parts of Northeast India, Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh. In a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Friday Dibrugarh in Assam has received 56 mm of rain, Lakhimpur 41 mm, Dhemaji 44 mm and Gosaigaon 34 mm. During the same period Jharsuguda in Odisha recorded 56 mm of rain, while Raipur in Chhattisgarh observed 29 mm of rainfall. Machilipatnam in Andhra Pradesh has also witnessed 28 mm of rain. Other parts of the country like the West Coast, Coastal Karnataka, Maharashtra and parts of Madhya Pradesh are observing active Monsoon conditions. For instance, Honavar in Coastal karnataka recorded 26 mm of rain in a span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Friday. Similarly Ratnagiri and Goa along the West Coast received 30 mm and 18 mm of rain, respectively. Remaining parts of the country are observing normal Monsoon conditions. Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, South Interior Karnataka and Kerala are the only regions which are not witnessing any rain and are dry.

Updated on August 28, 08:30 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Odisha and Chhattisgarh

OdishaChhattisgarh and parts of Northeast India observed vigorous Monsoon conditions , with all these places recording moderate to heavy rainfall during last 24 hours. Meanwhile, Southwest Monsoon was active over Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, East Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Vidarbha region of Maharashtra. Remaining parts of the country witnessed normal Monsoon conditions barring parts of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Gujarat. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday, Jagdalpur recorded 53 mm, Bhubaneswar 50 mm, Khurda 52 mm, Guwahati 55 mm, Bihupuria 45 mm, Angul 48 mm, Patna 23 mm, Kozhikode 26 mm, Cuddalore 14 mm, Dehradun 11 mm and Nagpur 8 mm.

Updated on August 27, 08:25 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Bihar, Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Chhattisgarh

Southwest Monsoon has been vigorous over Bihar, parts of Andhra Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. Moderate to heavy showers were observed over all these areas during last 24 hours. Monsoon was active over Assam, parts of Odisha, Coastal Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and Northeast India. Rest parts of the country observed Normal Monsoon conditions, barring Gujarat, Rajasthan, West Madhya Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday, Patna recorded 57 mm of rain followed by Gaya 53 mm, Lakhimpur 47 mm, Kalingapatnam 46 mm, Bareilly 43 mm, Jagdalpur 26 mm, Visakhapatnam 22 mm, Jharsuguda 20 mm and Mangalore 17 mm.

Updated on August 26, 08:25 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Odisha and Chhattisgarh

Vigorous Monsoon conditions were observed over Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. All these places have recorded moderate to heavy rainfall during last 24 hours. Meanwhile, Southwest Monsoon was active over Konkan region, West Bengal, Sikkim, Bihar and entire Northeast India. Remaining parts of the country witnessed normal Monsoon conditions barring parts off North and West India. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Balasore 74 mm of rain, Port Blair 65 mm, Bhubaneswar 57 mm, Khurda 56 mm, Siwan 40 mm, Raipur 32 mm, Gaya 18 mm, Lakhimpur 19 mm, Gayalsingh 34 mm, Ratnagiri 30 mm, Mumbai 9 mm and Kurnool 6 mm.

Updated on August 25, 08:15 AM (IST): Active Monsoon conditions over Bihar, Jharkhand and Odisha

Southwest Monsoon has been active over Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Coastal Andhra Pradesh and parts of Northeast India on account of the two cyclonic circulations over East India region. All these places recorded moderate rainfall during last 24 hours. Meanhwile, normal Monsoon conditions were observed over Kerala, Coastal Karnataka and Madhya Maharashtra.  Hilly states of North India also witnessed isolated rain activity. Monsoon remained subdued over rest of the country. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Patna 47 mm of rain followed by Tezpur 37 mm, Daltonganj 39 mm, Visakhapatnam 28 mm, Balasore 7 mm, Honavar 7 mm, Mangalore 3 mm and Kochi 3 mm.

Updated on August 24, 08:15 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon active over North and East India

Active Monsoon conditions were witnessed over Uttarakhand, Delhi-NCR, West Bengal, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Sikkim and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal region. All these places have recorded good Monsoon showers during last 24 hours. According to Skymet, Western Disturbance and Monsoon trough have kept the Monsoon surge active over North India and along the foothills of Himalayas. While cyclonic circulation over West Bengal and adjoining Jharkhand region was responsible for rainfall activity over Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal. However, West Rajasthan, Gujarat, West Madhya Pradesh and Marathwada and Vidarbha regions of Maharashtra observed least weather activity. Rest of the country observed normal Monsoon conditions on Sunday. In span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday, Dehradun recorded 40 mm of rain, Delhi 56 mm of rain, Kolkata 47 mm, Asansol 34.2 mm, Balasore 20, Tezpur 26 mm and Imphal 16 mm.

Updated on August 23, 08:15 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon active over Himachal Pradesh and Peninsular India

Southwest Monsoon has been active along the foothills of the Himalayas and Peninsular India. On Saturday, Monsoon showers were witnessed in Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, South Interior Karnataka, Rayalaseema, Tamil Nadu and coastal parts of Andhra Pradesh. Active Monsoon conditions persist over Lakshadweep Islands and Andaman and Nicobar Islands during last 24 hours. Rest of the country observed normal Monsoon conditions on Saturday. In span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Dehradun recorded 33 mm of rain, Bareilly 17 mm of rain, Port Blair 18 mm, Machilipatnam 21 mm, Kudalore 24 mm, Patiala 27 mm, Jabalpur 15 mm, Mangalore 18 mm.

Updated on August 22, 08:15 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon is vigorous along foothills of Uttar Pradesh, Coastal Andhra Pradesh

Southwest Monsoon has been vigorous along the foothills of Uttar Pradesh and coastal parts of Andhra Pradesh. Active Monsoon conditions have been persisting over West Bengal, Bihar, Kerala, Coastal Karnataka, Rayalseema, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi-NCR and entire Northeast India. Heavy showers were also observed over Lakshadweep Islands and Andaman and Nicobar Islands during last 24 hours. Rest of the country observed normal Monsoon conditions on Friday. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Friday, Bareilly recorded 52 mm of rain, Nellore  64 mm, Port Blair 47 mm, Amritsar 31 mm, Gorakhpur 19 mm,  Machilipatnam 33 mm, Kozhikode 21 mm, Goa 14 mm and Honavar 16.

Updated on August 21, 08:15 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon is vigorous over Uttarakhand, Bihar and Northeast India

Southwest Monsoon has been vigorous over UttarakhandBihar, parts of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Sikkim, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and entire Northeast India. Heavy showers were also observed over Lakshadweep Islands during last 24 hours. Monsoon was active over Goa, North Tamil NaduJharkhand, remaining parts of West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, parts of East Madhya Pradesh. Rest parts of the country observed Normal Monsoon conditions. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday, Dehradun recorded 100 mm of rain followed by Bhagalpur 92 mm, Guwahati 56 mm, Dibrugarh 49 mm, Nellore 53 mm, Kurnool 39 mm, Chennai 21 mm and Goa 11 mm.

Updated on August 20, 08:15 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon is vigorous over Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh

Vigorous Monsoon conditions were observed over North BiharJharkhand, parts of Chhattisgarh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh and Lakshadweep Islands. Monsoon trough that is passing through the foothills of Himalayas along with a cyclonic circulation over Bihar and adjoining region have given good rainfall over all these areas. Southwest Monsoon was active over remaining parts of Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Telangana, North Interior Karnataka, Odisha and Punjab. All these places have received light to moderate rain. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday, Jagdalpur recorded 66 mm of rain, Bhagalpur 64 mm, Bhubaneswar 42 mm, Nagpur 23 mm, Kolkata 10 mm, Lakhipur 27 mm, Guwahati 24 mm, Chitradurga 34 mm and Aminia Devi 31 mm.

Updated on August 19, 08:15 AM (IST): Vigorous Monsoon conditions over Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand

Southwest Monsoon has been vigorous over Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand on account of the cyclonic circulation over Bihar and adjoining region. Lakshadweep Islands has also received heavy rainfall during last 24 hours. While, active Monsoon conditions are witnessed over Madhya Pradesh, Kerala and entire Northeast India. All these areas received light to moderate rainfall. Remaining parts of the country observed normal Monsoon condition. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Gwalior recorded 41 mm of rain, Bareilly 33 mm, Daltonganj 37 mm, Bhagalpur 36 mm, Lucknow 15 mm, Kozhikode 30 mm, Guwahati 18 mm and Minicoy 110 mm.

Updated on August 18, 08:20 AM (IST): Vigorous Monsoon conditions over Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh

Vigorous Monsoon conditions have been witnessed over East Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, West Madhya Pradesh, East Rajasthan and parts of North Interior Karnataka. All these places have recorded good rainfall during last 24 hours. Southwest Monsoon is active over entire Northeast India, Bihar, West Bengal, Odisha and Uttarakhand, giving light to moderate rainfall over these areas. Remaining parts of the country observed normal Monsoon conditions. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Guna recorded 59 mm of rain, Varanasi 52 mm, Pendra 49 mm, Kota 40 mm, Daltonganj 21 mm, Dehradun 34 mm, Tezpur 23 mm and Gadag 76 mm.

Updated on August 17, 08:30 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon is vigorous over Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh

Southwest Monsoon has been vigorous over East Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. While it is active over West Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, East Madhya Pradesh, Telangana, South Interior Karnataka, East Rajasthan and Goa. Several parts of these areas have received moderate to heavy Monsoon showers during last 24 hours. These rains have been attributed to the oscillation of the Monsoon trough from south to north. Rainfall activity was further enhanced due to the presence of a cyclonic circulation over East Uttar Pradesh and Bihar and a trough extending from this system up to Tamil Nadu. In span of 21 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday, Jagdalpur recorded 79 mm of rain, followed by Gorakhpur 77 mm, Ranchi 63 mm, Pendra 46 mm, Kota 41 mm, Gwalior 29 mm, Kakinada 66 mm, Trichy 48 mm, Bangalore 27 mm, Goa 13 mm, Honavar 8 mm and Mumbai 8 mm. Remaining parts of the country are witnessing normal Monsoon conditions.

Updated on August 16, 10:40 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon remains active over Rajasthan and West Madhya Pradesh

Active Monsoon conditions have been observed over most parts of West Madhya Pradesh. Due to confluence of winds, good Monsoon showers have been witnessed over West Rajasthan as well. In a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Bhopal received 39 mm of rain, while Guna recorded a good 42 mm of rainfall. Also, Jaisalmer recorded 32 mm of rain, Bikaner (34 mm), and Jodhpur (29 mm). Monsoon is also active over West and Central Uttar Pradesh along with Northeast India and Karnataka in the West Coast. A low pressure area which is over eastern parts of Uttar Pradesh has given fairly widespread rain over central parts of the state. In a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Lucknow has recorded 46 mm of rain while Bareilly has received 33 mm of rainfall. During the same period Pasighat in Arunachal Pradesh has witnessed 44 mm of rain, while Dibrugarh and Tinsukia in Assam have recorded 32 mm and 33 mm of rain, respectively. Along the West Coast, Honavar recorded a whopping 64 mm rain, while Mangalore received 20 mm of rainfall.

Updated on August 15, 08:15 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon remains vigorous over parts of Madhya Pradesh

Southwest Monsoon remains vigorous over Madhya Pradesh due to the low pressure area over Northeast Madhya Pradesh and adjoining areas of Uttar Pradesh. Parts of the state received moderate to heavy rainfall on Friday. In a span of 21 hours from 8.30 am on Friday, Satna recorded 73 mm of rainfall, Jabalpur 18 mm, and Vidisha and Sehore both received 31 mm of rain. Monsoon has been active over Coastal Karnataka and Konkan & Goa. In this region, Honavar recorded 24 mm and Ratnagiri 23 mm of rainfall. Active Monsoon conditions were witnessed in parts of Northeast India as well. Dhemaji and Gossaigaon in Assam received 53 mm and 97 mm of rainfall, respectively.  Himachal Pradesh and parts of Rajasthan also received good amounts of rain in the aforementioned time period. Dharamsala received 34 mm of rain, Karauli 51 and Bharatpur 18 mm of rainfall.

Updated on August 14, 08:30 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra

Southwest Monsoon has been vigorous over Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra due to the low pressure area over Central India. Both the states have received moderate to heavy rainfall in last 24 hours. While, Monsoon is active over Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Uttarakhand, Coastal Karnataka, Kerala and northeastern states. All these areas also witnessed good rainfall. Rest parts of the country witnessed normal Monsoon conditions. In span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday, Nagpur recorded 89 mm of rain followed by Guna at 55 mm, Jaisalmer 23 mm, Dehradun 21 mm, Pendra 16 mm, Raipur 10 mm, Kozhikode 11 mm, Goa 17 mm, Honavar 15 mm, Mangalore 12 mm, Kochi 12 mm and Dibrugarh 27 mm.

Updated on August 13, 08:30 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

Vigorous Monsoon conditions have been observed over parts of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana on account of low pressure area over Chhattisgarh and adjoining Andhra region and Madhya Pradesh.  Both the states witnessed heavy to very heavy rainfall in last 24 hours. The system has also kept Southwest Monsoon active over Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Vidarbha and Marathwada regions of Maharashtra. Also, it was active over Northeast India, Coastal Karnataka and Goa. All these places have recorded good rainfall. Rest parts of the country are witnessing normal Monsoon conditions. In span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday, Visakhapatnam recorded 101 mm of rain, Nizamabad 115 mm, Akola 24 mm, Jamshedpur 24 mm, Bhopal 17 mm, Honavar 30 mm, Goa 22 mm, Amritsar 27 mm and Tezpur 32 mm.

Updated on August 12, 08:30 AM (IST): MP, Rajasthan observing vigorous Monsoon conditions

The Southwest Monsoon is vigorous over Rajasthan and parts of Madhya Pradesh. In a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Bhopal and Indore in Madhya Pradesh have received 66 mm and 31 mm of rain, respectively. While Udaipur in Rajasthan has observed 87 mm of rain. Meanwhile, active Monsoon conditions are prevailing over all the three hilly states of North India, Bihar, Jharkhand, entire Uttar Pradesh and North East India. Monsoon is also active along the West Coast, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh. For instance, Gaya in Bihar recorded 22 mm of rain in a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday. Gorakhpur and Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh observed 8 mm and 9 mm of rain, respectively. Bareilly also recorded 30 mm of rain. In the hills Dehradun observed 19 mm of rain. Along the West Coast, Goa recorded 18 mm of rain, while Honavar and Kozhikode witnessed 19 mm and 17 mm of rain, respectively. Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh also recorded 28 mm of rain. Solapur and Nagpur in Maharashtra witnessed 13 mm and 17 mm of rain, respectively in the same span of 20 hours. Other parts of the country are observing normal Monsoon conditions.

Updated on August 11, 08:30 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Coastal Karnataka, East Rajasthan

Southwest Monsoon remains vigorous over coastal parts of Karnataka where Honavar received 76 mm of rainfall. The Southwest Monsoon is active even over East Rajasthan where Udaipur has received 45 mm of rainfall in a span of 22 hours from 8:30 am on Monday. Monsoon is active over Madhya Pradesh, parts of East Uttar PradeshBihar, Telangana, Chhattisgarh, Kerala, Konkan & Goa, and Northeast India. In the aforementioned time period, Jagdalpur has recorded 33 mm as of today morning, Patna 19 mm, Gorakhpur 29 mm, Ramagundam 19 mm, and Nellore 21 mm of rain. Remaining parts of the country are observing normal Monsoon conditions, barring Gujarat and West Rajasthan. These two states  will remain dry for next few days.

Updated on August 10, 08:30 AM (IST): Heavy Monsoon rains in East Rajasthan, Karnataka, MP, Bihar

Monsoon is vigorous over coastal areas of Karnataka  where Mangalore received 55 mm of rainfall. The Southwest Monsoon is active over Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana and Delhi. In East Rajasthan, Kota received 105 mm of rainfall in a span of 22 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday. The national capital Delhi recorded good showers of 45 mm of rainfall in the aforementioned time period. Monsoon has also been active in Bihar, parts of Madhya Pradesh and Northeast India. Satna recorded 29 mm of today morning, Gaya 31 mm, Imphal 11 mm and Tejpur 30 mm of rain. Remaining parts of the country are observing normal Monsoon conditions, barring Gujarat and West Rajasthan. It these two states, the weather is almost dry.

Updated on August 10, 07:30 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon active over North India, West Coast, 

The Southwest Monsoon was active over Himachal Pradesh on Sunday. Isolated places over Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh have witnessed heavy Monsoon rains. In the Peninsular India, Coastal Karnataka and South Interior Karnataka also received heavy showers in last 24 hours. At present, the axis of the Monsoon trough is passing through Firozpur, Ambala, Varanasi, Gaya and Balasore. Therefore, the northern plains including Delhi has received scattered rains.

Updated on August 9, 10:30 AM (IST): Active Monsoon conditions over North India and Coastal Karnataka

The Southwest Monsoon is active over Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana and Delhi. In a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Tehri and Dehradun in Uttarakhand recorded 26 mm and 22 mm of rain, respectively. In adjoining Himachal Pradesh Una recorded a whopping 96 mm of rain, while Sundar Nagar and Shimla observed 23 mm and 13 mm of rain, respectively. The national capital Delhi also observed a good 30 mm of rainfall in a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday. Good rain is also being observed in the coastal areas of Karnataka and Kerala. For instance, Mangalore in a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday recorded 34 mm of rain, while Honavar witnessed  21 mm of rain. Kozhikode and Kochi in Kerala also recorded 61 mm and 18 mm of rain, respectively during the same period. Remaining parts of the country are observing normal Monsoon conditions, barring Rayalaseema, Interior Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, West Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh where the weather is almost dry.

Updated on August 8, 08:15 AM (IST): Active Monsoon conditions over most parts of India

The Southwest Monsoon is active over most parts of the country. It has been giving good rains over the plains of North India including Punjab, Haryana, and Delhi-NCR. In a span of 20 hours, from 8:30 am on Friday Dehradun observed 41 mm of rain, while Delhi received 16 mm rain. Patiala also recorded 8 mm of rain. Parts of North Madhya Pradesh, along with Goa and coastal Karnataka have also observed good rains. In the last 20 hours from 8:30 am on Friday,  Mangalore has recorded 23 mm of rain, Goa observed 9 mm of rain, Kozhikode witnessed 18 mm rain and Nagpur recorded 23 mm of rain. Active Monsoon conditions are also being observed over the hill state of Uttarakhand and most parts of Northeast India. Guwahati received 21 mm of rain in 20 hours. Andaman and Nicobar have also been receiving good Monsoon showers. Port Blair has recorded 27 mm of rain, while Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh has recorded 11 mm of rain during the same period (20 hours). The only area in the country that did not receive rain was West Rajasthan and Gujarat. The rest of the country will continue to observe active Monsoon conditions.

Updated on August 7, 08:15 AM (IST): Monsoon conditions vigorous over Uttarakhand, Coastal Karnataka

In view of the fresh Western Disturbance and and the active Monsoon trough, Uttarakhand received very heavy rainfall on Thursday. From 8.30 am on Thursday to 5.30 am on Friday, Dehradun received 65 mm of rainfall. Parts of Haryana, Punjab, West Uttar Pradesh and Northeast India also witnessed active Monsoon conditions in the aforementioned time period.  Bareilly in West Uttar Pradesh have recorded 21 mm of rainfall. Hisar in Haryana also received good showers of 26 mm. As the  off-shore trough along the West Coast has gained strength, vigorous Monsoon conditions were observed over Coastal Karnataka. Honavar and Mangalore in coastal Karnataka have recorded 19 mm and 46 mm of rain, respectively. Southwest Monsoon remained active along rest of the West Coast. Andaman and Nicobar Islands have also been observing good Monsoon rains.

Updated on August 6 , 08:20 AM (IST): Active Monsoon conditions over most parts of India

With off-shore trough along the West Coast gaining strength once again, vigorous Monsoon conditions were observed over parts of Goa and Coastal Karnataka. Both the regions observed moderate to heavy Monsoon showers during last 24 hours. Andaman and Nicobar Islands have also been observing heavy rainfall. Meanwhile, Monsoon has been active over  Madhya PradeshMaharashtra, Rajasthan, parts of West Bengal and northeastern states on account of other weather systems prevailing across the country. Rest of the parts witnessed normal Monsoon conditions during last 24 hours. In span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday, Goa recorded 60 mm of rainfall followed by Honavar 51 mm, Mangalore 28 mm, Indore 22 mm, Jaipur 19 mm, Delhi 15 mm, Kolkata 21 mm, Port Blair 77 mm, Dibrugarh 23 mm and Mumbai 15 mm.

Updated on August 5 , 08:16 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh

Southwest Monsoon has been vigorous over Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra on account of the Depression over Cnetral India. The system is presently centered at 22.7°N and 77.8°E and is moving in west direction. Most parts of these states have received heavy to very heavy rainfall in last 24 hours. Active Monsoon conditions were seen over parts of Goa, Coastal Karnataka, Kerala, some parts of Tamil Nadu and northeastern states. Other parts of the country observed normal Monsoon conditions , barring Gujarat that received least weather activity. In span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Indore recorded 191 mm of rain, Akola 177 mm, Nagpur 77, Aurangabad 44, Chennai 61 mm, Mangalore 21 mm, Kochi 19 mm, Honavar 17 mm and Dibrugarh 56 mm.

Updated on August 4 , 08:36 AM (IST): Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Odisha get heavy Monsoon showers

Low pressure area over Chhattisgarh and adjoining areas has kept the Southwest Monsoon vigorous over parts of  ChhattisgarhMadhya Pradesh and Odisha. All these areas have recorded moderate to heavy rainfall in last 24 hours, with isolated places receiving very heavy showers. Meanwhile, it was active over parts of Konkan & Goa, Coastal Karnataka, Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Marathwada and Vidarbha regions of Maharashtra, giving good rainfall over these places. Rest parts of the country witnessed normal Monsoon conditions, except parts of West Rajasthan and Gujarat that received least weather activity. In span of last 20 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Jabalpur recorded 95 mm of rain, Pendra 53 mm, Guna 37, Nagpur 34 mm, Raipur 31 mm, Bhopal 30 mm, Kakinada 39 mm, Ratnagiri 31 mm and Honavar 25 mm.

Updated on August 3 , 09:36 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Odisha and Jharkhand 

Vigorous Monsoon conditions were seen over Odisha and Jharkhand, while Southwest Monsoon was active over parts of Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, North Rajasthan and Coastal Karnataka. Rest parts of the country observed normal Monsoon conditions, barring parts of West Rajasthan, Gujarat and Tamil Nadu. Depression over Jharkhand that has been given good rainfall over the state along with parts of Odisha has moved eastwards and has also weakened into a well-marked low pressure area. The rain belt will now shift over Chhattisgarh and East Madhya Pradesh. In span of last 20 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday, Jharsuguda recorded whopping 145 mm of rain, Ranchi 54 mm, Jabalpur 38 mm, Raipur 29, Satna 20 mm, Mangalore 19 mm, Honavar 16 mm and Kolkata 8 mm.

Updated on August 3, 08:36 AM (IST): Vigorous Monsoon conditions in West Bengal and Jharkhand 

The Southwest Monsoon continues to remain vigorous over West Bengal, Odisha and parts of Jharkhand. Several places in the region have recorded good to heavy rain. For instance, Bankura in West Bengal has recorded 64 mm of rain in a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday. While the state capital Kolkata has observed 35 mm of rain. Similarly, Ranchi and Jamshedpur in Jharkhand have received 54 mm and 23 mm of rain, respectively during the same period of 24 hours. Bhubaneswar, the capital of Odisha has also recorded 41 mm of rain. Meanwhile, active Monsoon conditions are prevailing over the hill states of North India, West Uttar Pradesh and parts of Madhya Pradesh. Coastal Karnataka and Goa are also observing light to moderate rainfall activity. In last 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh and Bareilly in west Uttar Pradesh have recorded 30 mm and 27 mm of rain, respectively. During the same period Goa has observed 23 mm of rain, while Honavar in coastal Karnataka received 31 mm of rain. The remaining parts of the country are observing normal Monsoon conditions, barring Saurashtra and Kutch and West Rajasthan region.

Updated on August 1, 08:56 AM (IST): Heavy rain in West Bengal, East UP and Jharkhand 

The Southwest Monsoon is vigorous over West Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar and East Uttar Pradesh.  According to the data available with Skymet Meteorology Division in India, the capital of West Bengal Kolkata has received a whopping 109 mm of rain in a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Friday. Bankura, which is also in West Bengal has recorded 52 mm of rain. While Gorakhpur and Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh have recorded 161 mm and 65 mm of rain, respectively. Daltonganj and Gaya in Jharkhand have also recorded 71 mm and 23 mm of rain, respectively during the same period of 20 hours. The Konkan and Goa region and coastal Tamil Nadu are also observing vigorous Monsoon conditions. For instance, Ratnagiri in a span of 20 hours, from 8:30 am on Friday has received 83 mm of rain. While Chennai in coastal Tamil Nadu has recorded 56 mm of rain. And up in the hills, Uttarakhand has been receiving good rains with Dehradun recording 63 mm of rain. Meanwhile, active Monsoon conditions are being observed in Rajasthan, Rayalaseema, Coastal and northern karnataka. In a span of 20 hours, from 8:30 am on Friday,  Bikaner has witnessed 31 mm of rain, while Honavar and Mangalore in coastal Karnataka have recorded 30 mm and 16 mm of rain, respectively. The remaining parts of the country are observing normal Monsoon conditions.

Updated on July 31, 08:15 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon active over West Bengal, Odisha and West Rajasthan

Southwest Monsoon remained vigorous over West Rajasthan, while it has been active over West Bengal, Odisha, Konkan & Goa, Coastal Karnataka, rest of Rajasthan, parts of Jharkhand and northeastern states of Nagaland, Mizoram, Manipur and Tripura (NMMT). Rest parts of the country continued to observe normal Monsoon conditions. After making landfall over Bangladesh coast on Thursday, Cyclonic storm Komen has weakened considerably and now sustains the strength of deep depression. The system is currently moving in northwest direction, giving good rainfall over Gangetic West Bengal, Odisha and NMMT region. In span of last 20 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday, Imphal recorded 32 mm of rain, Bikaner 36 mm, Jaisalmer 24 mm, Kolkata 15 mm, Balasore 17 mm, Bankura 14 mm, Honavar 23 mm and Mumbai 9 mm.

Updated on July 30, 08:15 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon active over Rajasthan, Gujarat and West Bengal

The Southwest Monsoon has been active over Rajasthan, Gujarat, Gangetic West Bengal, Coastal Odisha, Konkan & Goa and Coastal Karnataka. Moderate rains have been recorded all over these places during last 24 hours. Depression over Rajasthan  that has been responsible for heavy showers over the state and adjoining Gujarat has weakened into a well-marked low pressure area and is now prevailing over Central Rajasthan. While, deep depression which has been influencing the eastern arm of the Monsoon, is still retaining its strength and continues to prevail in Bay of Bengal, about 300 kilometers southeast of Kolkata. In span of last 20 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday, Barmer recorded 30 mm of rain, Jaisalmer 29 mm, Jaipur 10 mm, Kolkata 19 mm, Mumbai 15 mm, Ahmedabad 12 mm and Balasore 12 mm.

Updated on July 29, 09:15 AM (IST): Very heavy rains lash Kutch region of Gujarat

The Southwest Monsoon is vigorous over Gujarat and South Rajasthan. Very heavy rain in the Kutch region of Gujarat has led to flood like situation. In a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Bhuj has recorded a whopping 127 mm of rain. Because of the deep depression in Rajasthan, Gujarat and its adjoining areas are recording heavy rain. For instance, Ahmedabad in a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday has recorded 87 mm of rain, while Udaipur has witnessed 47 mm of rain. Meanwhile, active Monsoon conditions are being witnessed over West Bengal, Odisha, West Coast and coastal Karnataka. The eastern part of the country like West Bengal, Odisha and Jharkhand are observing some weather activity due to the depression in the Bay of Bengal. The same weather system is also giving rain in parts of Tamil Nadu. According to the data available with Skymet Meteorology Division in India,  Balasore in Odisha has recorded 20 mm of rain, while Bankura in West Bengal and Jamshedpur in Jharkhand have observed 3 mm of rain each in a span of 20 hours. Chennai and Cuddalore in Tamil Nadu have also recorded 14 mm and 20 mm of rain, respectively. The West Coast too has observed some rain in a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday. For mm of rain Mumbai recorded 28 mm of rain, while Honavar and Mangalore observed 12 mm and 8 mm of rain, respectively.

Updated on July 28, 08:30 AM (IST): Gujarat, West Bengal and Jharkhand observing heavy rain

The Southwest Monsoon has been vigorous over Gujarat, Jharkhand, West Bengal and coastal Karnataka. While active Monsoon conditions are being observed in Rajasthan, West Madhya Pradesh, Konkan and Goa and Odisha. In a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Bhuj in Gujarat has recorded a whopping 208 mm of rain. Two other cities in the state, Ahmedabad and Rajkot have received 66 mm and 47 mm of rain, respectively. During the same period, Jamshedpur in Jharkhand has observed 140 mm of rain. While Balasore in Odisha has witnessed 32 mm of rain. Coastal areas of Karnataka like Mangalore and Honavar have also recorded 31 mm and 29 mm of rain, respectively. Good amount of rain (28 mm) was observed in the commercial capital Mumbai as well. The remaining parts of the country are observing normal Monsoon conditions, barring Tamil Nadu, some parts of Telangana and parts of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. Arunachal Pradesh and Assam in Northeast India are also observing almost dry weather.  

Updated on July 27, 08:30 AM (IST): Vigorous Monsoon conditions over West Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat and West Bengal

Well-marked low pressure area over Central India and depression over Bay of Bengal have kept Southwest Monsoon vigorous over West Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, West Bengal and North Odisha. While, it is active all along the West Coast due to the active off-shore trough running from Konkan & Goa region up to Kerala. All these places have recorded moderate to heavy rainfall during the last 24 hours. Rest of the country is witnessing normal Monsoon conditions barring parts of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. According to the data available with Skymet, Bankura in a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday recorded 88 mm of rain, Kota 69 mm, Ahmedabad 69 mm, Bhuj 60 mm, Surat 45 mm, Indore 33 mm, Kolkata 31 mm and Mangalore 60 mm.

Updated on July 26, 10:50 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over West Madhya Pradesh, Southeast Rajasthan and Coastal Karnataka

Active to vigorous Monsoon conditions were observed over parts of West Madhya Pradesh, Southeast Rajasthan, Konkan & Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Gujarat, Gangetic West Bengal, Odisha and Jharkhand. All these places have observed moderate to heavy rainfall in last 24 hours. A low pressure area over Northwest Madhya Pradesh and East Rajasthan has been responsible for giving good rain over parts of Central India, while another low pressure area over Northwest Bay of Bengal is responsible for causing weather over East India. Off-shore trough extending from Konkan & Goa region up to Kerala along the West Coast is presently active, giving good Monsoon showers all along the trough line. Scattered light to moderate rain was recorded over East Madhya Pradesh, Central Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Madhya Maharashtra and Telangana.

Updated on July 25, 7:50 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Konkan and Goa

Southwest Monsoon is vigorous over Konka and Goa. Also, active Monsoon conditions are being observed over West Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, West Coast, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, along with parts of Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh. Northeast India has also been receiving good showers. In a span of 20 hours, West Coast has observed good Monsoon rains. From 8:30 am on Friday to 5:30 am on Saturday, Goa recorded a whopping 152 mm of rain, Nagpur (31 mm), Mumbai (29 mm), Honavar (21 mm), and Mangalore (18 mm). East, Central and Northeast India also received good showers. Kolkata recorded a good 37 mm of rain, while Bhopal observed 29 mm of rain. Also, Gaya received 13 mm of rain, Guwahati (37 mm), and Balasore (17 mm). Monsoon showers were also observed in Jodhpur (8 mm), Visakhapatnam (7 mm), Nashik (15 mm), and Ahmedabad (3 mm).

Updated on July 24, 2015, 8:40 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon gives widespread rain across the country

The southwest Monsoon is currently vigorous only over parts of Kerala and West Madhya Pradesh. However, the spread of Monsoon is more compared to the previous days. Active Monsoon conditions are prevailing over Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, parts of Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Northeast India. It is also active over Vidarbha and remaining parts of the West Coast. In a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday, Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh has observed 56 mm of rain. During the same period Patna in Bihar and Daltonganj in Jharkhand have received 32 mm and 30 mm of rain respectively. Kota and Bikaner have witnessed 44 mm of rain each. Kolkata too has received moderate rain of 12 mm. In Northeast India, Lakhimpur and Dibrugarh in Assam have observed 37 mm and 19 mm of rain, respectively in a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday. Peninsular India has also received some good rain during this period. For instance, Kozhikode in Kerala has received 68 mm of rain. While Ramagundam in Telangana and Mumbai in Coastal Maharashtra have observed 50 mm and 32 mm of rain, respectively.  Honavar and Mangalore in Karnataka have also received 43 mm and 29 mm of rain, respectively.

Updated on July 23, 2015, 8:30 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Gujarat, East Madhya Pradesh and Odisha 

Southwest Monsoon remains vigorous over Gujarat,  East Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Odisha. It has also been active over most parts of the country, barring Uttar Pradesh and interior Tamil Nadu. Mumbai continued to witness heavy rains throughout Wednesday, but intensity reduced during night. However, weather conditions are still favourable for sporadic showers on Thursday. Good showers were also observed over the places along the West Coast. While, northeastern states continued with scattered light rain, with heavy at isolated places. In span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday, Jharsuguda recorded 103 mm, Rajkot 74 mm, Dibrugarh 64, Akola 55 mm, Chennai 55 mm, Jabalpur 53 mm, Mumbai 46 mm and Pendra 41 mm.

Updated on July 22, 2015, 8:30 PM (IST): Southwest Monsoon active in Mumbai

Mumbai has been receiving good showers for the last 2 days and recorded 110 mm of rainfall since 8:30 am on Monday. The suburbs of Mumbai have also seen some good rainfall. The West Coast including Mumbai will continue to receive good showers during next few days. Click here to get the latest updates on Monsoon in Mumbai

Updated on July 22, 2015, 8:30 PM (IST): Rajasthan is the best performing state this season so far

Southwest Monsoon covered entire Rajasthan much before the scheduled date of July 15. And since then, Rajasthan has received good showers. So much so that it has not been rain deficit even for a day in this season so far. As of today, Monsoon rains are surplus by 10% in West Rajasthan and normal in East Rajasthan. Click here to read more about Rain in Rajasthan

Updated on July 22, 2015, 8:30 AM (IST): Vigorous Monsoon conditions prevail over East Rajasthan and West MP

The Southwest Monsoon is vigorous over the Konakan region, East Rajasthan and adjoining West Madhya Pradesh. Monsoon continues to remain active over entire West Coast, parts of Gujarat, Haryana, Rajasthan, Telangana, Coastal Andhra Pradesh, and Rayalaseema. West Bengal, North Odisha, Bihar and Northeast India are also observing active Monsoon conditions. According to Skymet Meteorology division in India, Kota in Rajasthan has received 77 mm of rain in a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday. Guna in Madhya Pradesh has observed 49 mm of rain during the same period. Along the West Coast, Mumbai and Goa have recorded 43 mm and 44 mm of rain, respectively. Mangalore in coastal Karnataka has also witnessed 21 mm of rain. In East India, Kolkata has recorded 31 mm of rain in a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday.  Balasore in Odisha and Bhagalpur in Bihar have also observed  15 mm and 19 mm of rain, respectively. The remaining parts of the country are observing normal Monsoon conditions.

Updated on July 21, 2015, 8:30 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon active over most parts of India

Southwest Monsoon remains vigorous over Madhya Pradesh and is active over Gangetic West Bengal , Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Kerala, Mumbai and northeastern states. Low pressure area over West Madhya Pradesh sustains its strength and continues to give moderate to heavy rains over parts of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Rajasthan. While, cyclonic circulation over Gangetic West Bengal and adjoining Jharkhand also gives good rainfall over West Bengal, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and North Odisha. The Monsoon trough is extending from North Rajasthan up to Eastcentral Bay of Bengal, across Madhya Pradesh. Active off-shore trough along the West Coast is extending from Maharashtra up to Kerala, giving good rain over the places along the well-marked trough line. As per the latest forecast by Skymet, Mumbai is expected to get moderate to heavy rainfall during next 24 hours. In span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Indore recorded 105 mm, Guna 49 mm, Mangalore 33 mm, Mumbai 27 mm and Kochi 21 mm.

Updated on July 20, 2015, 8:25 AM (IST): Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal and coastal Karnataka observing good Monsoon rains

Active to vigorous Monsoon conditions are prevailing over West Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Kerala and Coastal Karnataka. In a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday, Indore in Madhya Pradesh has received a whopping 103 mm of rain. While Bhopal has recorded 31 mm of rain. During the same period, Bankura in  West Bengal has observed 60 mm of rain. The coastal cities of Karnataka, Mangalore and Honavar have witnessed 103 mm and 46 mm of rain, respectively. Southwest Monsoon is also active over East Rajastha, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi-NCR and Northeast India. Even Telangana and the coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh are observing some rain. For instance, in a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday, Udaipur and Jaipur have recorded 26 mm and 19 mm of rain, respectively. Guwahati in Northeast India has witnessed 43 mm of rain. The remaining parts of the country are observing normal Monsoon conditions, except for Saurashtra and Kutch and extreme West Rajasthan.

Updated on July 19, 2015, 11:45 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over Madhya Pradesh, active over coastal Karnataka and Kerala

Southwest Monsoon has been vigorous over parts of Madhya Pradesh and is active over Kerala and Karnataka coast. Madhya Pradesh has received record breaking rainfall in span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday. Ujjain has recorded 319 mm of rain, which is highest ever rainfall recorded in 24 hours, while Bhopal received 149 mm of rain, again highest in 24 hours during last 10 years. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, active Monsoon trough is running south of Delhi extending from North Rajasthan up to Bay of Bengal via Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and West Bengal. Moderate rainfall was also recorded over northwestern plains and East India. Meanwhile, off-shore trough has been active along the West Coast giving heavy rainfall over parts of coastal Karnataka and Kerala, while light showers over parts of coastal Maharashtra. Agumbe recorded 233.6 mm, Kozhikode recorded 93 mm, Mangalore 41 mm, Honnavar 37 mm and Mumbai 6 mm.

Updated on July 18, 2015, 8:15 AM (IST): Active Monsoon conditions over most parts of India

Southwest Monsoon remains active to vigorous over most parts of India. Good rains have been observed over the eastern parts of India including West Bengal, Jharkhand, and Odisha. Active Monsoon conditions prevailed over parts of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. Also, parts of Rajasthan, Punjab and Haryana observed active Monsoon conditions. Goa, Kerala and Coastal Karnataka have received good amounts of rain. Scattered rain has been observed over Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura. The least Monsoon active areas include West Rajasthan adjoining Gujarat as well as South Madhya Pradesh. In a span of 20 hours, Daltonganj received 130 mm of rain, Kozhikode (82 mm), Balasore (64 mm), Cochin (58 mm), Amritsar (40 mm), Bhubaneshwar (30 mm), Bankura and Jabalpur (27 mm), Mangalore (23 mm), Kota (22 mm), Goa (19 mm), Jaipur (16 mm), Kolkata (14 mm), Chennai (14 mm), and Thiruvananthapuram recorded 8 mm of rain.

Updated on July 17, 2015, 8:29 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon remains active over most parts of the country

The Southwest Monsoon is active over Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand parts of East Madhya Pradesh and over some parts of Punjab and Haryana. Active Monsoon conditions are also being observed in the hills of North India. Several places in the region have received good amounts of rain in the last 24 hours. Some weather activity is also being observed along the West Coast, particularly in Kerala and coastal karnataka. Konkan and Goa region has been observing light to moderate rain. Mumbai, Ratnagiri, Nasik, Pune have experienced light rain in the last 24 hours. The interior parts of Peninsular India is one of the few pockets where dry conditions are being observed.

Updated on July 16, 2015, 8:12 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon remains vigorous over East India

The Southwest Monsoon continues to remain vigorous over East and Northeast India. Several places in East Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh and Assam have observed moderate to heavy rain in a span of 20 hours.  For instance, Daltonganj in Jharkhand has received a whopping 126 mm of rain in a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday. Gorakhpur in East Uttar Pradesh has recorded 49 mm of rain, while Gaya and Patna in Bihar have witnessed 56 and 28 mm of rain, respectively during the same period. The city of Joy Kolkata has also recorded 61 mm of rain. In Northeast India good rains have again led to flood like situation in Assam. About 150 villages are under the threat of floods. Places like Lakhimpur, Dhemaji and Sonitpur  are inundated due to heavy rains. Rainfall activity has also picked up along the West Coast, with Mangalore recording 58 mm of rain in a span off 20 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday, while Honavar and Kozhikode have observed 24 mm and 17 mm of rain, respectively. Some parts of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana have also recorded light to moderate rain.

Updated on July 15, 2015, 8:30 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon active over parts of Bihar, West Bengal, Sikkim and Northeast region

Southwest Monsoon has been vigorous over parts of West Bengal, Bihar, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Meghalaya. It is active over parts of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Odisha and coastal Karnataka. The remaining parts of the country are observing weak Monsoon. In span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Kolkata recorded 41 mm of rain, Bhubaneswar 30 mm, Hyderabad 30 mm, Nellore 38 mm, Jabalpur 29 mm and Kakinada 17 mm. The Monsoon trough is extending from the foothills of the Himalayas up to Bay of Bengal across the cyclonic circulation over North Bihar. Another trough is extending from this circulation till Andhra Pradesh. All these systems have given rain over their respective places. The off-shore trough along the West Coast continues to give good rain over coastal Karnataka, while it is weak over parts of Kerala and Goa region. We expect intensity of rain to pick up from Wednesday onwards.

Updated on July 14, 2015, 8:20 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon goes weak over most parts of country 

Southwest Monsoon is presently active over Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, Chhattisgarh, East Madhya Pradesh and coastal Karnataka. Monsoon remains weak over rest of the country and rain activity was confined to few pockets only. In span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Jagdalpur recorded heavy rainfall of 64 mm followed by Kolkata at 59 mm, Bankura 49 mm, Raipur 21 mm and Dehradun 26 mm. On Monday, Monsoon trough remained north of its normal position over the foothills of Himalayas. Besides this, no other significant weather system was seen developing over the country that could influence the Monsoon surge. Off-shore trough along the West Coast has also given moderate rain over coastal parts of Karnataka, while intensity was confined to light over Kerala and Konkan & Goa region.

Updated on July 13, 2015, 8:20 AM (IST): Monsoon rains to continue over hills of North India 

In last 24 hours, the Southwest Monsoon has been fairly active over Haryana, west Uttar Pradesh, coastal Karnataka and parts of Rajasthan. Punjab and its adjoining areas have been observing heavy rainfall activity. In the hills of North India, Monsoon activity has been vigorous. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India the Monsoon trough is likely to shift closer to the foothills due to which the intensity of rain is now likely to decrease in the region. However rainfall activity will continue in the hills for another 2-3 days. According to the data available with Skymet, in a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday Patiala in Punjab has recorded a whopping 117 mm of rain. Bareilly in West Uttar Pradesh and Hisar in Haryana have received 21 mm and 9 mm of rain, respectively. While Balasore in Odisha has witnessed 18 mm of rain. During the same period, Barmer in Rajasthan has recorded a good 51 mm of rain, while Honavar in coastal Karnataka has observed 37 mm of rain.

Updated on July 12, 2015, 11:00 AM (IST): Heavy Monsoon rains over parts of North, Central and East India 

Several weather systems across the country has kept Southwest Monsoon active over Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi-NCR, Uttar Pradesh, parts of Madhya Pradesh. Heavy to very heavy rains have been recorded in these areas. In span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Gwalior recorded 191 mm of rain, Bareilly 117 mm, Lucknow 77 mm, Delhi 69 mm, Amritsar 42 and Jaisalmer 22 mm. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, active Monsoon trough is extending from North Rajasthan up to Bay of Bengal across the depression over Northwest Uttar Pradesh. Besides this, Western Disturbance over the hills is also influencing the Monsoon surge. While, off-shore trough along the West Coast has also given moderate to heavy Monsoon showers over Konkan & Goa, Coastal Karnataka and Kerala. Agumbe have received 104 mm of rain, Mangalore 45 mm and Goa 21 mm.   As per the latest forecast, heavy to moderate rains will continue to lash parts of North, Central and East India during the next 24 hours.

Updated on July 11, 2015, 8:00 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon gives good rain over East and Central India along with Coastal Karnataka

Active Monsoon conditions are prevailing over most parts of Central and East India including Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar and parts of Odisha. In a span of 20 hours, from 8:30 am on Friday, Jharsuguda and Balasore in Odisha received 116 mm and 45 mm of rain, respectively. Also, Satna in Madhya Pradesh observed 60 mm of rainfall. The capital city of Jharkhand, Ranchi recorded a good 34 mm of rain. A depression is lying over Chhattisgarh close to Ambikapur and is responsible for good rain over the aforementioned pockets of the country. Uttar Pradesh, Coastal Karnataka and Kerala also received good Monsoon rains due to vigorous Monsoon conditions being active over these pockets. In the last 20 hours, Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh recorded 50 mm of rain. Also, Mangalore and Honavar in Karnataka recorded 49 mm and 16 mm of rain, respectively.

Updated on July 10, 2015, 08:29 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon remains vigorous over East India

The southwest Monsoon remains vigorous over East India, Particularly West Bengal, Jharkhand and Odisha. Some places in the region have recorded very heavy rain. For instance, Kolkata in a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday has recorded a whopping 149 mm of rain. Ranchi in Jharkhand has also received 99 mm of rain during the same period. In the remaining parts of East India that include Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, the Monsoon conditions are active. In a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday Bareilly in west Uttar Pradesh has also recorded 50 mm of rain. Some rainfall has also been observed in east Rajasthan. According to the data available with Skymet, Kota has received 27 mm of rain, while Jaipur has experienced 17 mm of rain. In the West Coast we can observe good rain in coastal Karnataka. In a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday, Mangalore has recorded 174 mm of rain, Honavar 133 mm and Goa 38 mm. Active Monsoon conditions are also being experienced in Kerala. However, the interior parts of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Telangana are observing subdued rainfall activity.

Updated on July 9, 2015, 08:30 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon vigorous over East India, active over North India

The Southwest Monsoon remains vigorous over West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar and parts East Madhya Pradesh. While, it is active over parts of Delhi-NCR, Punjab, Haryana and some parts of Rajasthan. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, active Monsoon trough along with the cyclonic circulations over Bihar and Bay of Bengal has been influencing the Monsoon surge. In span of last 20 hours from 8:30 on Wednesday, Kolkata recorded 55 mm of rain, Gaya 55 mm, Daltonganj 42 mm, Jabalpur 55 mm, Jodhpur 29 mm and Patiala 26 mm. Meanwhile, the off-shore trough extending from coastal Karnataka to Kerala along the West Coast, which had been inactive for last few days, has gained strength. Due to this, fairly widespread rainfall has been recorded over Konkan & Goa,  Coastal Karnataka and Kerala. Mangalore received 27 mm of rain followed by Kozhikode 20 mm, Goa 20 mm and Kochi 15 mm.

Updated on July 8, 2015, 08:30 AM (IST): Several weather systems keep Monsoon active over North and East India

Heavy Monsoon rains continued to lash many parts of North and East India. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, several weather systems across the country have kept the Southwest Monsoon active over both the regions. In span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Kolkata recorded 54 mm of rain followed by Balasore at 49 mm, Jamshedpur 34 mm, Delhi 27 mm and Goa 24 mm. The active Monsoon trough has now shifted southwards and is now running from Punjab across Indo-Gangetic plains up to Northeast Bay of Bengal. This has given good rainfall over Delhi-NCR, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh. While, cyclonic circulation over Bihar further influenced the Monsoon trough causing moderate to heavy rainfall over Bihar, West Bengal, Jharkhand. Another cyclonic circulation can be seen developing over Bay of Bengal and is likely to intensify further during next 48 hours. This system has been affecting weather over West Bengal, Odisha and Chhattisgarh, giving good showers over these areas. Meanwhile after remaining inactive for last few days, the off-shore trough extending from coastal Karnataka up to Kerala along the West Coast has picked up intensity once again. We can now expect, trough to extend further up to Konkan & Goa region.

Updated on July 7, 2015, 08:30 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon active over North and East India

Southwest Monsoon remains active over entire East and North India. Moderate to heavy rainfall has been recorded at several places of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal PradeshUttarakhand, Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Bihar, West Bengal and parts of Odisha. In span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Monday, Jharsuguda recorded 87 mm of rain, Hisar 52 mm, Patna 31 mm and Ganganagar 29 mm. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, active Monsoon trough extending from foothills of Himalayas up to Bay of Bengal coupled with Western Disturbance over hills and induced cyclonic circulation over North Pakistan and adjoining region have given these weather activities. Meanwhile off-shore trough along the West Coast has weakened further and has given light rain over parts of coastal Karnataka and Kerala. Parts of Central, West India and southern Peninsula continued to witness least weather activity.

Updated on July 6, 2015, 04:30 PM (IST): Performance of Southwest Monsoon from June 1 - July 5

The cumulative rainfall for the country from June 1 to July 5 was recorded at 207.8 mm against the normal average of 206.7 mm. Though, this is considered to be normal, the performance of Monsoon is poor compared to the previous week. Click here to read full article

Updated on July 6, 2015, 01:30 PM (IST):

 Gaya gets record breaking rainfall, more in offing  Very heavy Monsoon rains have lashed Gaya in Bihar in a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Sunday. With this, it has recorded its highest 24-hour rainfall figure in last 10 years for the month of July. As per the latest forecast, more rains are expected to lash the region during next 24 to 48 hours. Click here to read full article

Updated on July 6, 2015, 08:30 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon is vigorous over East Uttar Pradesh and Bihar

Southwest Monsoon is vigorous over East Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. While, it is active over Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Sikkim and northeastern states. In a span of last 20 hours, Gaya recorded 120 mm of rain, followed by Patna at 86 mm and Bhagalpur at 61 mm. Dehradun in Uttarakhand also received 72 mm of rain. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, several weather systems have kept Monsoon current active over the region. Cyclonic circulation over Bihar and adjoining areas is still persisting. While, the active Monsoon trough continues to extend from foothills of Himalayas up to Northeast Bay of Bengal. All the systems combined together are giving good rainfall over Uttarakhand, East and Northeast India. Meanwhile, hilly states along with parts of plains of North India has also received rain on account of the fresh Western Disturbance. The system is presently over North Pakistan and adjoining areas of Jammu and Kashmir. As the system moves forward, the intensity of rain over North India will also increase.

Updated on July 5, 2015, 11:30 AM (IST): Monsoon trough gives good rain over Uttarakhand and parts of East and Northeast India

The Southwest Monsoon has been normal over parts of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Sikkim, West Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand and Bihar. In a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Tezpur recorded 49 mm of rain, Kolkata 22 mm, Dibrugarh 23 mm and Daltonganj 21 mm.  While in North India, Dehradun has recorded 38 mm of rain. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, this activity is due the active Monsoon trough which is extending from the foothills of Himalayas up to Northeast Bay of Bengal across East Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal. The off-shore trough along the West Coast which is running across Karnataka and Kerala, has given light to moderate rain over coastal parts of both the states. Kozhikode received 39 mm of rain, while Mangalore and Kochi both recorded 8 mm of rain. Plains of Northwest India remained mostly dry.

Updated on July 4, 2015, 6:30 PM (IST): Tropical storms in the western Pacific are affecting Monsoon in India

Tropical storms Linfa, Chan-hom and Nangka are gaining strength in the western Pacific Ocean. These storms are taking away all the moisture and affecting wind patterns in the Indian subcontinent. This has resulted in the weak Monsoon period in India. Click here to get latest updates on typhoons in western Pacific 

Updated on July 4, 2015, 9:39 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon remains weak 

The Southwest Monsoon at the moment is weak in most areas of the country. However, parts of East, Northeast and Coastal Karnataka are observing some weather activity in terms of rainfall. Some places in Sub Himalayan West Bengal are also experiencing rain.

Updated on July 3, 2015, 4:30 PM (IST): Monsoon rains to make a comeback in hills of North India

The hills of North India will witness cloudy weather and light rain from Sunday onwards. We can see the Monsoon trough extending from the cyclonic circulation over North Rajasthan up to Bay of Bengal. Moreover, a fresh Western Disturbance is approaching the hilly region. Click here to read the full article

Updated on July 3, 2015, 3:30 PM (IST): First heavy spell of Monsoon rain in Kolkata

Kolkata witnessed the first heavy spell of Monsoon rains on Thursday. Thanks to the cyclonic circulation over Bihar and adjoining West Bengal. This weather system has brought heavy Monsoon rain over the region. Click here to read the full article

Updated on July 3, 2015, 1:30 PM (IST): Monsoon showers likely to continue in Chhattisgarh

Southwest Monsoon is going through a weak phase at the moment. However, parts of East, Northeast and a few places in Central India are receiving good Monsoon showers. Light to moderate rainfall is likely to continue over Chhattisgarh till July 6. Click here to read the full article

Updated on July 3, 2015, 8:30 AM (IST): Monsoon remains active over Uttarakhand and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal

Southwest Monsoon remains active over Uttarakhand and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal region. In a span of last 20 hours, Kolkata recorded 87 mm of rain. While, heavy rains are expected to continue lashing Uttarakhand that may disrupt the ongoing Kedarnath Yatra. Normal activity has been observed over Coastal Karnataka, Goa, Chhattisgarh, Northeast Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and Northeastern states. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, Monsoon rains continue to be subdued on account of active typhoons in Western Pacific. We have to wait for these typhoons to move away for the revival of the Monsoon current. Click here to read the full article

Updated on July 2, 2015, 8:30 AM (IST): Heavy rainfall to continue in Sub Himalayan West Bengal

The Southwest Monsoon is active over Sub Himalayan West Bengal, Uttarakhand and coastal Karnataka. In view of active Monsoon, Sub Himalayan West Bengal, particularly Darjeeling has been receiving very heavy rain. Continuous heavy showers have lead to landslides in the hilly region. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, heavy rains are expected to continue in Sub Himalayan West Bengal and Uttarakhand for at least 48 hours. Meanwhile, isolated rainfall has been observed in central parts of the country. Subdued weather activity is also being observed over Gujarat, adjoining Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Rayalaseema and coastal Andhra Pradesh.

Updated on July 1, 2015, 8:10 AM (IST): Good rainfall likely in East India in next 24 hours

The Southwest Monsoon is active over Sub Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, Odisha, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, East Madhya Pradesh and central parts of Uttar Pradesh. In the West Coast, Monsoon is active over Konkan and Goa and coastal Karnataka. In a span of 20 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, good amounts of rainfall have been observed in Goa, Jharkhand and Central and West Uttar Pradesh. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, very good amounts of rain are expected over Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Telangana, Vidarbha and East Madhya Pradesh in the next 24 hours. Along the West Coast there are chances of moderate rain during this period, with isolated heavy in pockets.

Updated on June 30, 2015, 02:05 PM (IST): Uttar Pradesh inching closer to normal Monsoon rains in June

Despite arriving late over Uttar Pradesh, Monsoon remained active over the state and was even vigorous for last couple of days. Heavy to very very rainfall have been lashing several parts of the state since Sunday. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, Monsoon showers will continue over the state for next 24 to 48 hours. With this, Uttar Pradesh is likely to end with normal rainfall in June. Click here to read full article

Updated on June 30, 2015, 08:05 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon remains active over Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana and Kerala

Southwest Monsoon remains vigorous over parts of Uttar Pradesh and active over Punjab, Haryana, parts of Madhya Pradesh, Konkan & Goa and Kerala. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, these weather conditions will continue to persist for next 24 hours. Low pressure area over Uttar Pradesh is now a diffused system and is likely to merge with the Monsoon trough extending from foothills of Himalayas up to Northeast region. Meanwhile, a Western Disturbance is also moving across Jammu and Kashmir. All the weather systems combined together are causing rain and thundershowers over parts of North India. In last 20 hours, Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh recorded 100 mm of rain, followed by Lucknow at 55 mm.  While, Satna in Madhya Pradesh received 52 mm, Amritsar and Patiala in Punjab got 25 mm and 24 mm of rain, respectively. Off-shore trough along the West Coast is also influencing Monsoonn current, giving good showers over parts of Konkan & Goa and Kerala. Ratnagiri in South Maharashtra witnessed 65 mm of rain, Kozhikode and Kochi in Kerala got 49 mm. At present, most parts of the country are witnessing weather activities with varying intensity. However, Gujarat and South Rajasthan are the only two pockets that remained rain free.

Updated on June 29, 2015, 08:05 AM (IST): Western Disturbance and Monsoon trough gives good rain over North and East India

Most parts of North and East India have been witnessing good Monsoon rains and thundershowers on account of several weather systems over both the regions. A fresh Western Disturbance, which is affecting Jammu and Kashmir, has also revived the Monsoon trough. This trough is extending from foothills of Himalayas up to Bay of Bengal, through a low pressure area formed over Uttar Pradesh and adjoining areas. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, all the systems combined together have given rain and thundershowers over some parts of North India including Delhi-NCR and West Uttar Pradesh. While in East India, it has given good rainfall over Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and East and Central Uttar Pradesh. In a span of 24 hours, from 8:30 am on Sunday, Ranchi in Jharkhand has recorded 63 mm of rain, while Gorakhpur in East Uttar Pradesh received 43 mm of rain. As per the latest forecast by Skymet, the ongoing weather activity over both the regions will continue for next 24 to 48 hours.

Updated on June 28, 2015, 05:45 PM (IST): East Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand to get good Monsoon rain in next 48 hours

As low pressure area over Bihar, Jharkhand and adjoining West Bengal moves westwards, moderate to heavy showers are expected to lash several parts of East India along with Central and East Uttar Pradesh. Click here to read full article

Updated on June 28, 2015, 11:15 AM (IST): Rainfall confined to East and South India

At present, good rain activity is only confined to East and Northeast India. A low pressure area is prevailing over Bihar, Jharkhand and adjoining West Bengal region giving moderate to heavy rain over several parts of East and Northeast India. The system will continue to give good rain over both the regions for next few days as well. Meanwhile, off-shore tough along the West Coast, which is now extending from coastal Maharashtra up to Kerala, has given moderate rain over parts of coastal Karnataka and Kerala with heavy rain at isolated places. Thiruvananthapuram has received 119 mm of rain in a span of last 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday.

Updated on June 27, 2015, 8:15 AM (IST): Rainfall decreases despite Monsoon covering the entire country

Immediately after covering the last post of West Rajasthan, Monsoon rains in the region have taken a dip. In fact rainfall in the entire country has decreased and is expected to pick up marginally in a couple of days. Usually when Monsoon arrives over any region there are good amounts of rain observed for at least 2 to 3 days. However, other features like drop in temperatures and rise in humidity is being experienced over large parts of the country. It's only the rains that have decreased.

Updated on June 26, 2015, 1:00 PM (IST): Southwest Monsoon covers entire country

The Southwest Monsoon has covered the entire country. Even the last post of West Rajasthan has been covered entirely. In fact Monsoon onset over the region usually happens around July 15, but some good rains in the last 24 hours has led to the early declaration of Monsoon over West Rajasthan. In a span of 24 hours, from 8:30 am on Thursday, Jalore has recorded 32 mm of rain. Jaisalmer and Jodhpur have observed 7.6 mm and 6.8 mm of rain, respectively. Barmer has also received 6.4 mm of rain during this period.

Updated on June 26, 2015, 7:55 AM (IST): Monsoon covers almost entire country

The NLM has made a rapid progress in the last one week and covered almost entire country. On Thursday, the Southwest Monsoon made further progress to cover remaining parts of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab and East Rajasthan. The Monsoon also advanced to cover entire Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi along with some parts of West Rajasthan. The only left out region is part of West Rajasthan. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, the Monsoon will take time - at least a week -  before advancing into the region as very less rain is observed in West Rajasthan. For Monsoon to be declared, good rain has to be experienced in the region, which is only possible after a weather system like a Western Disturbance or a current forms in the Bay of Bengal. Meanwhile the NLM continues to pass through Jalore, Nagaur and Ganganagar.

Updated on June 25, 2015, 2:16 PM (IST): NLM advances to cover Delhi

The NLM (Northern Limit of Monsoon) has advanced further to cover remaining parts of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab and East Rajasthan. The Southwest Monsoon has also covered entire Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi along with some parts of West Rajasthan. The NLM currently passes through Jalore, Nagaur and Ganganagar.

Updated on June 25, 2015, 8:10 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon remains active, gives rain across India

Southwest Monsoon has been progressing rapidly and has arrived over parts of North India well before time. The Depression over Gujarat and low pressure area over Jharkhand and adjoining region have kept the Monsoon active.  According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, weather conditions are favourable for its further advancement and may arrive over Delhi-NCR and nearby regions any time now. On account of the weather systems across India, entire country is witnessing spells of rain with varying intensity. However, extreme parts of West Rajasthan is the only pocket that has not received any showers. As per the latest forecast, the region is not even expected to get any rain during the next 24 hours as well.

Updated on June 24, 2015, 6:10 PM (IST): Southwest Monsoon covers Bihar, parts of Uttar Pradesh and North India

The Southwest Monsoon has advanced further to cover some more parts of North India. The NLM has now covered parts of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, and Punjab besides completely covering Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Jammu & Kashmir. In next 24 hours, heavy rain is likely in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan while moderate rain is expected in Delhi & NCR, Punjab and Haryana.

Updated on June 24, 2015, 8:10 AM (IST): Southwest Monsoon covers expected to cover entire Bihar and Uttar Pradesh in next 48 hours

The Southwest Monsoon made further advancement to cover some more parts of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar on Tuesday. The NLM also covered remaining parts of Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and some parts of East Uttar Pradesh. In the next 48 to 72 hours, the eastern arm of the Monsoon is expected to cover almost entire Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and touch parts of Delhi-NCR, Punjab and Haryana. The hilly states of Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Jammu and Kashmir are also expected to experience onset of Monsoon during this period. The deep depression in the Arabian Sea has crossed the Gujarat coast and is likely to advance further in to some more parts of Gujarat, Rajasthan and remaining parts of Madhya Pradesh. Meanwhile, the NLM currently passes through Porbandar, Bhavnagar, Vadodara, Rajgarh, Damoh, Sidhi, Patna and Raxaul. Click here to read the story, weather system in Arabian Sea brings heavy rain in Gujarat

Updated on June 23, 2015, 2:30 PM (IST): Southwest Monsoon touches East Uttar Pradesh

Southwest Monsoon has further advanced into some more parts of North Arabian Sea, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar. Monsoon has also covered remaining parts of Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand and some parts of East Uttar Pradesh. The Northern Limit of Monsoon (NLM) now passes through Latitude 22.0°N/ Longitude 60.0°E, Latitude 22.0°N/ Longitude 65.0°E, Porbandar, Bhavnagar, Vadodara, Rajgarh, Damoh, Sidhi, Patna and Raxaul.

Updated on June 23, 2015, 8:15 AM (IST): Weather systems in country to influence Monsoon surge

Weather systems on both west and east side of the country are influencing the progress of the Southwest Monsoon. A depression is over north-east Arabian Sea and is affecting the weather along the Gujarat and West Coast. While, a well-marked low pressure area over Jharkhand and adjoining Odisha is causing good rainfall over eastern parts of the country. These rain activities will enhance the Monsoon surge, which is now expected to advance further any time now and finally enter parts of North India. Click here to read the article, Deep depression in the Arabian Sea

Updated on June 22, 2015, 2:40 PM (IST): Southwest Monsoon reaches Bihar

Southwest Monsoon has been progressing rapidly and has finally reached Bihar. The Northern Limit of Monsoon now passes through Latitude 21°N/Longitude 60°E, Veraval, Surat, Ratlam, Bhopal, Ambikapur, Bhagalpur and Supaul. Weather conditions are favourable for Monsoon for further advancement into remaining parts of north Arabian Sea, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Bihar, entire Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, most parts of Madhya Pradesh and some parts of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and Rajasthan during next 3 days.

Updated on June 22, 2015, 2:40 PM (IST): Low pressure area over Arabian Sea intensifies into depression

The low pressure area in north-east Arabian Sea has intensified into a depression and is presently centered at 20°N and 67°E, around 300 km southwest of Porbandar. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, system is likely to further intensify into a deep depression during the next 24 hours. At present, there is uncertainty around the movement of the system that whether it will move eastwards towards Gujarat coast or westwards away from the Indian coast. If it moves eastwards, the system will influence the Monsoon surge, resulting in further advancement. It will also enhance the rain activity over Gujarat and parts of Rajasthan and along the West Coast till Konkan & Goa. But if the system shift westwards, it will reduce the intensity of the rain along the coast as moisture and winds will concentrate around it.

Updated on June 22, 2015, 12:40 PM (IST): Mumbai to witness isolated heavy rains

In past 24 hours, rain has reduced substantially over Mumbai. However, frequent spells of rain and showers would occur, with heavy rain at isolated places during the day.

Updated on June 22, 2015, 8:40 AM (IST): NLM to cover some more areas in next 48 hours

The NLM had advanced on Sunday and covered some more parts of Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand along with remaining parts of Odisha and West Bengal. Under the influence of the low pressure area in the Arabian Sea and the depression over Odisha coast, the NLM is likely to advance further and cover parts of Gujarat, some more parts of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand. The Southwest Monsoon is also expected to reach Bihar and parts of Uttar Pradesh in next 2 to 3 days. Meanwhile, the NLM continues to pass through Veraval, Surat, Ujjain, Ranchi, Dumka and Darjeeling.

Updated on June 21, 2015, 2:00 PM (IST): Southwest Monsoon cover more parts of West Bengal, Odisha and Jharkhand After remaining static for last two days, Southwest Monsoon has advanced further into some more parts of Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand and covered remaining parts of Odisha and West Bengal. The Northern Limit of Monsoon now passes through Latitude 21°N /Longitude 60°E, Veraval, Surat, Ujjain, Narsinghpur, Raipur, Ranchi, Dumka and Darjeeling. Conditions are now favourable for Southwest Monsoon to reach into the remaining parts of  north Arabian sea, Gujarat , Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, entire Bihar, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, most parts of Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and Rajasthan during next 3 to ­4 days.

Updated on June 21, 2015, 12:00 PM (IST): Mumbai records 604 mm in 3 days, surpasses monthly normal

Mumbai has surpassed its monthly average rainfall in a span of just three days. Santa Cruz observatory has recorded 604 mm of rain against the normal of 523 mm. Moderate to heavy spells of rain will continue over Mumbai during next two to three days but these will not be as intense as it was. Click here to read full article 

Updated on June 20, 2015, 2:00 PM (IST): Depression in Bay of Bengal to increase Monsoon showers

The well marked low pressure area over Bay of Bengal, off the coast of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha, has intensified into a depression. The system will increase Monsoon showers over North Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, South and Coastal Odisha, Vidarbha and Chhattisgarh. Click here to read the full report

Updated on June 20, 2015, 8:10 AM (IST): NLM to advance further in next 48 hours

After remaining static for few days, the NLM finally made advancement on Friday and covered some more parts of Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Gangetic West Bengal. Remaining parts of coastal Andhra Pradesh and Bay of Bengal have also been covered by the Monsoon. The NLM is currently passing through Veraval, Surat, Ujjain, Narsinghpur, Raipur Phulbani, Cuttack, Digha, Krishnanagar and Darjeeling. Under the influence of the system in the Bay of Bengal, which has turned into a well-marked low pressure area, and a cyclonic circulation in the North Arabian Sea off Odisha coast, the NLM is expected to advance further in next 2 to 3 days. The NLM during this period is likely to cover some more parts of Odisha, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal and possibly touch some parts of Bihar. Must Read: Mumbai receives heavy Monsoon rain

Updated on June 19, 2015, 2:22 PM (IST): Low pressure area in Bay of Bengal becomes well-marked low

The low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal has now become a well-marked low pressure area. According to Skymet, there are high chances of the system intensifying into a depression. Meanwhile, the Northern Limit of Monsoon (NLM) has advanced to cover some more parts of Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Gangetic West Bengal. Remaining parts of coastal Andhra Pradesh and Bay of Bengal have also been covered by the Monsoon.

Updated on June 19, 2015, 8:50 AM (IST): Low pressure area in Bay of Bengal to strengthen further

The low pressure area off south Odisha coast and north Andhra coast in the Bay of Bengal is likely to become a well marked low and cross the coast  by June 20 or June 21. In view of this system, good amounts of rain will be observed in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, south Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Vidarbha in next 24 hours. Thereafter, the system will give rain over West Bengal, Bihar, and Jharkhand. This is the time when the NLM, which has been static for some time will make progress and advance over large areas, particularly the eastern arm of the Monsoon. The western arm will make marginal progress to cover some more parts of Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

Updated on June 18, 2015, 8:45 PM (IST): Low pressure area in Bay of Bengal The cyclonic circulation in the Bay of Bengal has strengthened into a low pressure area. It is showing signs of strengthening further. The system is likely to the East Coast of India and could even move inland after June 20. Looking at the weather models, we could say that the system will bring heavy showers over north Andhra Pradesh and south Odisha. It can recurve later and reach the northeastern parts of the country. Eventually the system will bring rain over West Bengal, Bihar, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand as well. Click here to read the article, Monsoon line remains stagnant

 

 






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