Southwest Monsoon forecast for September 16 across India

By admin       2016-09-16

The low pressure area now lies over Telangana and adjoining Marathwada region of Maharashtra. The associated cyclonic circulation is extending up to mid-tropospheric levels and is tilting southwestwards. The axis of Monsoon trough is passing through Sri Ganganagar, Guna, Akola, centre of the low pressure area, Vijayawada and further southeastwards to North Andaman Sea. A fresh upper air cyclonic circulation can be seen over Southwest Uttar Pradesh. Monsoon activity in last 24 hours Vigorous to active Monsoon conditions were seen over Marathwada, North Interior Karnataka, Jharkhand, Vidarbha region of Maharashtra and Coastal Andhra Pradesh. Scattered light to moderate rains occurred over Konkan and Goa including Mumbai, Coastal Karnataka, North Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, West Bengal and parts of East and Central Uttar Pradesh. South Interior Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Rayalaseema observed light rains. Scattered rains were also seen over parts of Haryana and Delhi-NCR. Meanwhile, weather remained dry over remaining parts of the country. In span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday, Bapatla recorded 58 mm of rain, Shantiniketan 58 mm, Gulbarga 36 mm, Dahanu 35 mm, Narsapur 31 mm, Chitradurga 22 mm, Kannur 21 mm, Bijapur 20 mm, Machilipatnam 12 mm, Gondia 8 mm, Ambikapur 5 mm, and Gopalpur 5 mm. Conditions are becoming favorable for the commencement of withdrawal of Monsoon from West Rajasthan during the next 2-3 days . Monsoon Forecast for the next 24 hours Southwest Monsoon is likely to give moderate to heavy rains are likely over Madhya Maharashtra and Konkan and Goa during the next 24 hours. Moderate rains with isolated heavy showers may occur over Vidarbha, South Madhya Pradesh, Coastal Karnataka and adjoining North Interior Karnataka. Scattered light to moderate Monsoon rains also expected over Gujarat, remaining parts of Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, and Gangetic West Bengal. Northeast India along with Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim will also witness good rains and thundershowers. Scattered light rains are likely over Rayalaseema, South Interior Karnataka and Kerala, while weather will remain dry over most parts of Northwest India including Delhi. Mumbai is expected to witness heavy Monsoon rains, while Kolkata and Chennai may see light to moderate showers.

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