The state of Telangana has been largely rain deficient, as the state has only seen on and off rains on the lighter side, and that too only isolated pockets. In fact, the state so far has seen 80 percent rain deficiency at present.
However, both Telangana and some parts of Andhra Pradesh are all set to see some rainfall activity. A confluence zone has formed over Vidarbha, Marathwada and adjoining parts of Telangana. Two opposite winds are merging over that area, Dry winds from the northwest are meeting with humid southeasterly winds from the Bay of Bengal.
Thus, isolated rain and thundershowers are expected over Telangana on April 4, may increase on April 5, coastal parts of Andhra Pradesh will also see some rains during this time. Dry weather is expected thereafter.
This confluence zone will oscillate towards the east, therefore, parts of North Coastal Andhra Pradesh may also receive light rainfall activities. Another spell of light rain and thundershowers are likely around 8 and 9 over Coastal Andhra Pradesh as well as Telangana.
During that time, a trough will extend from Jharkhand to Interior Karnataka across Telangana and Coastal Andhra Pradesh which will be responsible for giving rains over the region.
Heavy rains are not likely, and only light rains will be seen over both these parts. However, temperatures may subside marginally.
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