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If we refer to the forecast map of vagaries put up earlier for the 6th-8th July, we can get an idea if any changes are to be made in that.
Overall, I would keep the regions marked same, but just scale down the rainfall by about 15-20%..for all the regions shown.
Surely we see precipitation moving into Uttarakhand, and the adjoiing States of UP, Delhi NCR and parts of Haryana.
Heavy rains likely in Uttarakhand on Sunday and Monday, with the hilly regions getting 100 mms..
Delhi NCR sees an increase in rains from Saturday night thru Monday, with around 15-20 mms /day (Saturday/Sunday) in the region and some areas getting up to 25-30 mms on Monday.
Kathmandu can receive heavy rains on Monday, and may add up to 30-40 mms..heavy rains likely in West and Central Nepal.
The West coast trough "revs up" a bit, to some extent, bringing rainfall between 20-40 mms in places on the coast and 40-60 mms inland in the Konkan. Overall a marginal increase over last few days.
Mumbai City sees more cloudy weather compared to Friday (which was bright), and passing showers on Saturday ( 15-20 mms) and Sunday 20-25 mms.
Outer townships see heavier shower spells, with the quantum around 25-45 mms/day, with the odd patch getting up to 50 mms.
Northern Suburbs and Townships (Vasai and surroundings) can get heavier rains on Saturday.
Passing light to medium showers for Surat, around 7-10 mms /day.
Pune will be partly cloudy and breezy (SW) with light showers in the afternoon/evenings insome parts of city..no substantial changes.
Coastal Karnataka and Goa see a slight increase over last few days also, though less marked than Konkan.
Some thunder showers and pockets of heavy precipitations over North AP, adjoining regions of Vidarbh and N.I.Karnataka.
Nagpur can get a heavy thunder shower by Monday evening..around 20-25 mms.
Warm for Kolkata next 3 days..only the chance of the odd shower "popping" up in a particular patch or part of city in the evening.
Good chance of a thunder shower on Saturday and Sunday night, but the chances decreasing and reducing after Sunday, and almost dry on Monday/Tuesday.
Southern regions of Pakistan may get medium rains. Sindh region, including Karachi have the chances of rainfall increasing after Monday. The monsoon moves into the Sindh region after Monday..initially in Lower Sindh regions.
Karachi can get light showers from Sunday Night/Monday.
But, the rainfall is missing the Sukkur and Nawabshah cities. These will, unfortunately, remain dry and hot..around 42c.
Islamabad remains warm and partly cloudy with day temperatures around 36c.
Please be free to ask specific region weather if required..