Weather Update: Heavy rains likely in AP for three days

Andhra Pradesh weather update: The surface periodicity in the southwestern Bay of Bengal and its environs today extended to an average elevation of 5.8 km above sea level across coastal Tamil Nadu and its environs and continues to bend slightly to the southwest. On the other hand, the east-west surface basin extended from the above-mentioned coastal period in coastal Tamil Nadu to the southeastern Arabian Sea at an average elevation of 1.5 km to 3.1 km. As a result, the Meteorological department has said there is a chance of rain in Andhra Pradesh for the next three days.

According to the Amaravati Meteorological Department, light to moderate showers is likely in most parts of Andhra Pradesh today and tomorrow along with thunder and lightning. Light to moderate showers is also expected in some places along the northern coast on Friday.

While in North Coastal Andhra Pradesh, moderate showers are likely in most parts of the southern coast along with thunder and lightning today and tomorrow. Light to moderate rains along with thunder and lightning are likely in some places along the southern coast on Friday. Rayalaseema is also likely to receive moderate rains along with thunders today, tomorrow, and Friday.

Weather Update: Monsoon withdrawal from northwest India begins

Weather Update: Heavy rains likely in AP for three days
Weather Update: Heavy rains likely in AP for three days

The withdrawal of monsoon from northwest India commenced on Wednesday while it has withdrawn from parts of Rajasthan and Gujarat, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said. An anti-cyclonic circulation has established in the lower tropospheric levels over western parts of northwest India and there is a substantial reduction in moisture content and rainfall, which indicates the monsoon has started withdrawing.

Conditions were becoming favourable for further withdrawal of the monsoon from more parts of Gujarat, entire Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, and parts of Madhya Pradesh during three to four days.

The withdrawal this year is likely to be the second most delayed since 1960, according to IMD. In 2019, monsoon withdrawal was the most delayed commencing only on October 9. The monsoon commenced withdrawal on September 28 last year.

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