Weak rainfall exercise over nation to proceed until August 15: IMD


The present spell of weak monsoon over the nation is more likely to proceed for the following 5 days, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) stated on Wednesday. However, the extraordinary rainfall spell over northeast and adjoining east India, northern elements of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, is predicted to final until August 14 and scale back thereafter, the IMD stated.

Subdued rainfall could be very seemingly over north Indian plains (Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan), adjoining central India and most elements of peninsular India (outdoors Tamil Nadu and Kerala), together with Maharashtra and Gujarat until August 15, it stated.

Rainfall exercise will improve over peninsular India from August 16 onwards, the IMD stated.

Scattered to widespread rainfall could be very seemingly over Tamilnadu and Kerala throughout subsequent 5 days with remoted heavy falls over Tamil Nadu throughout August 11-14 and over Kerala throughout August 11-12.

“The current spell of weak monsoon conditions over the country is likely to continue till next 5 days (August 11-15), outside northeast and adjoining east India, northern parts of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar where current activities of intense rainfall spell likely to continue till August 14 with reduction thereafter,” the IMD stated.

According to the IMD knowledge, from June 1 to August 10, the nation acquired 5 per cent much less rainfall than regular.

The east and northeast India meteorological division of the IMD has recorded 12 per cent much less rainfall, whereas the northwest India and central India meteorological divisions have recorded minus 2 and seven per cent rainfall respectively.

The south peninsula meteorological division has 8 per cent extra rainfall than regular up to now. The present spell of pretty widespread to widespread rainfall exercise with remoted heavy to very heavy falls are very more likely to proceed over northeast and sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim throughout August 11-14 and scale back thereafter.

Isolated extraordinarily heavy falls are additionally seemingly over Assam and Meghalaya throughout August 11 to 13, the IMD stated.

Widespread rainfall with remoted heavy falls are very more likely to proceed over east Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Gangetic West Bengal throughout August 11-14 and remoted very heavy falls over Bihar on August 11 and 12, it stated.

Scattered to pretty widespread rainfall are very seemingly over the western Himachal area throughout the subsequent 5 days.

The IMD stated remoted heavy rainfall is predicted over Uttarakhand throughout August 11-15 and over Himachal Pradesh throughout August 12-14.



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