Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 3
Aided by low-pressure space within the Bay of Bengal and winds from the Arabian Sea, monsoon within the nation will enter into lively section over a number of components over the subsequent three to 4 days, the IMD on Monday mentioned.
“A low-pressure area is likely to form over north Bay of Bengal by August 4. Lower level south-westerly/westerly winds have also strengthened over the Arabian Sea and over southern parts of the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea,” it added.
As a outcome, the monsoon trough which is presently within the near-normal place is more likely to develop into lively through the subsequent three to 4 days and widespread rains are anticipated over a number of components.
“Monsoon will enter to active phase over the Central and Peninsular India from Tuesday onwards for subsequent three to four days,” the IMD mentioned.
Widespread rainfall with scattered heavy to very heavy rainfall with remoted extraordinarily heavy falls very doubtless over Konkan and Goa until August 5.
Over Mumbai, heavy to very heavy rainfall will happen on Monday adopted by remoted extraordinarily heavy falls on Tuesday and Wednesday. An identical scenario may also be anticipated in Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra, together with the ghat areas.
Heavy to very heavy falls are additionally very doubtless at a couple of locations over Coastal Karnataka and at remoted locations over Kerala and Marathwada until August 7.
Widespread rainfall with heavy to very heavy rainfall and very heavy falls at remoted locations can be doubtless over Gujarat on August 5 and 6.
Widespread rainfall with heavy to very heavy rainfall at remoted locations doubtless over Odisha, Gangetic West Bengal, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh until August 5.
Moderate to extreme thunderstorm accompanied by lightning at remoted locations very doubtless over East Rajasthan, West Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal throughout subsequent 48 hours.