Heavy to very heavy rains doubtless over western coast, central India from Aug 3-5: IMD


New Delhi, August 2

The monsoon will enter an lively part over elements of central and western India from August Four bringing heavy rains over the subsequent three to 4 days, the India Meteorological Department mentioned on Sunday.

A low-pressure space is more likely to kind over the north Bay of Bengal round August 4. A monsoon trough can also be more likely to shift southwards and strengthen through the subsequent three to 4 days.

As a consequence of those meteorological options, the south-westerly monsoon move is more likely to strengthen over the Arabian Sea and alongside the west coast.

Widespread rains with “scattered heavy to very heavy rainfall”, and remoted extraordinarily heavy showers are doubtless over Konkan and Goa, central Maharashtra and the Ghat areas, coastal Karnataka and Kerala throughout August Three to five.

The climate division has additionally issued a purple warning for coastal Maharashtra and Goa on August 4. Heavy to very heavy rainfall is anticipated on August Three over Mumbai and remoted extraordinarily heavy showers on August Four to five, the IMD mentioned.

Widespread rainfall can also be doubtless over the coastal districts of Gujarat area on August 5 and over the remainder of the state on August 6.

The IMD has additionally predicted widespread rainfall with remoted heavy to very heavy showers over Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh on August Four and 5. Isolated heavy rainfall can also be doubtless over Jharkhand and Gangetic West Bengal throughout the identical interval. PTI



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