Sunday, June 26, 2016
Posted Sunday Night:
Monsoon has moved into South Gujarat, parts of Saurashtra and West M.P.
The Low Pressure (BB-2) has formed off the AP coast in the Bay. BB-2 is expected to become Well Marked in the same position by Monday.System may track inland on Monday and Tuesday. While tracking thru Coastal A.P. on Monday, it will bring heavy rains to A.P. and then move into adjoining North Telengana and adjoining Vidharbh.
Heavy showers in A.P, North Telengana and Eastern Vidharbh on Monday and Tuesday. Nagpur will get more showers on Tuesday and Wednesday, while Akola region of Vidharbh will get showers with moderate to heavy intensity, around 30-40 mms /day. See Map below article
The off shore trough will remain active , with heavy rainfall along the West Coast.
Light rains likely in Coastal Sindh next 2 days. Karachi may see light rains on Monday/Tuesday.Strong Southerly winds.
Estimate of further advance of Monsoon into Delhi NCR will be around 1st July. Rains will increase in NCR from 1st July.
Indore: Few showers on Monday, but rainfall increasing on Tuesday/Wednesday.
Rainfall increasing in Saurashtra after Thursday 30th June.
Mumbai: Will be cloudy with showers or thunder showers, some heavy, on Monday and lesser intensity on Tuesday.Rain may measure around 35-50 mms/day on Monday.
On Monday,heavy showers in Northern Outer townships along the coastal areas.
Roha received about 130 mms on both Friday and Saturday /day. Heavy rains on Monday in Roha and Panvel regions.
Pune: After some light rains on Monday, Pune can see an increased rainfall of upto 20-30 mms on Wednesday.
Many Western Ghat Stations (important for Dams) will receive between 100-150 mms on Monday. Substantial increase in Ghat Stations could be expected on Thursday and Friday (will be kept informed here).
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