The figures are:Actual: 92.6 mm, Normal: 171.2 mm and Departure: -46%.
Strong wind flows from the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal are expected to originate with the formation of the low-pressure areas around this date.
The Bay ‘low’ is forecasted to move west over land towards central India and most likely to merge with the system in the Arabian Sea, raining heavily all the way.
Entire central India, north peninsular India, Madhya Maharashtra, west coast,M.P. and Gujarat can recieve good rains along the path.
The Pacific Ocean sea surface is currently significantly warmer than the long-term average across most of the tropical Pacific."
An eastward-bound MJO wave is already impacting the monsoon. It has "livened up" the coastal trough, as seen in the sudden surge of heavy rainfall events over the west coast. Hence hopes of quick revival, that is around the 6th. is more likely now.