Wednesday 24th, Thursday 25th and Friday 26th Outlook:
As the axis slips Southwards in Central India. and supported by a UAC "fulcrum" in the West over Gujarat, most of the rains in the next 3 days (Wed-Fri) will be concentrated from Gujarat Eastwards thru MP and parts of Chattisgarh.
Many Parts of Saurashtra to get heavy showers from Wednesday thru Friday.
Starting with the coastal regions (Porbundar can get heavy rains in excess of 50-70 mms), main Saurashtra Peninsula will get good and beneficial showers Wednesday thru Friday.
Surat can get showers amounting to 30-40 mms on Wednesday.
Konkan and coastal Karnataka will recieve heavy rains on Wednesday, with a few stations exceeding 150 mms.
NW and North India may get the isolated localised convective showers, popping up at random.
Southern peninsula too may get decreased rainfall, with Chennai just a localised shower in some parts may be possible.
Next 3 days, Wednesday thru Friday, Mumbai will get intermittent showers, some heavy .Though, the intensity of Tuesday (100 mms) may not be repeated, City should get an average of 45-50 mms/day. Intervals of bright periods may also be seen.
Delhi NCR: Mainly cloudy, with the localised shower popping up in some parts. Rains upto 5-7 mms.Maximum rises to 36c.
Hyderabad: Rainfall decreases from Wednesday thru Friday.
Goa gets very heavy showers on Wednesday, with a possible rain total of 70 mms.
Northern Pakistan recieved fairly good rains today, with Islamabad receiving 39 mms. But, south of Punjab (Pak), it is still dry and hot, with Dalbandi reaching 47c.
Next 3 days, will be dry and hot in Sindh. Karachi, Nawabshah and Sukkur will be dry and hot. Nawabshah reaching 43c.
Posted Tuesday Evening:
BB-6 slips into Orissa and weakens to 998 mb. UAC over North AP/Vid...East Coast trough tending to "drift" Eastwards from coast....
West coast trough weakens on higher isobars..but remains intact along Northern Konkan coast. West coast activates as MSLP pressure drops near Konkan coast.
Mumbai: Frequent Heavy showers with a few very heavy towards early night (Tuesday). Another 50-55 mms (average) expected by Wednesday morning.