Monsoon enters extreme South-East Bay of Bengal on time: IMD 

Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) He said the southwest monsoon entered parts of the southeastern Bay of Bengal, the Nicobar Islands and the southern Andaman Sea on Friday, at the usual time. The northern limit of the monsoon, signifying its furthest line of coverage, has passed through Nankuri. Conditions are favorable for further progress in some other parts of the South Bay of Bengal, Andaman Sea and Andaman and Nicobar Islands over the next 3-4 days.

useful cyclonic cycle

Satellite imagery Friday morning showed an imposed cyclonic circulation off the Indonesian coast, creating equatorial transflows and clouds in the extreme southeastern parts of the Gulf. Elsewhere in the Indian Ocean, the hurricane Fabian South of the equator, it achieved great hurricane speed and intensity but has since begun to show signs of weakening.

It is expected to move away from Diego Garcia and head towards Madagascar. It may vanish a short distance from Madagascar. As long as he is alive, he may not allow the monsoons to flow into the Arabian Sea. Already in the Arabian Sea, an unfriendly zone of high pressure (anti-cyclone) appeared at the lower levels, which will remain stable until the end of the month.

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Western disturbances

Parts of the western coast, east-central India and neighboring northwestern India could see showers or thunderstorms over the next few days as the westerly disturbance moves in and creates basins that extend into the southern parts of the country. Rain or thunderstorms are already active on the West Coast, and may become better organized over the next three to four days. The US National Centers for Environmental Forecasting agreed that rainfall from western disturbances around the time of the onset of the monsoon could be mistaken for the actual onset, which is expected to be slightly later this year.

On Friday morning, IMD identified an incoming western disturbance preparing to enter western Rajasthan. Cyclone flows occurred over neighboring Punjab and central Pakistan; southern Pakistan and bordering southwestern Rajasthan; And in eastern Uttar Pradesh. A basin of cyclonic circulation passes over eastern Uttar Pradesh into Telangana.

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Mild dust storms

The short-term weather forecast indicates that dust storms or dust-raising winds may hit isolated pockets over Rajasthan on Monday and Tuesday, which could help reduce the heat. To central India, isolated light to moderate rain, thunderstorms, lightning and gusty winds are expected in Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha and Chhattisgarh on these days. As for the south, light to moderate to isolated light rain, thunderstorms, lightning and high winds are expected in most parts over the next five days.

A heat wave may prevail over parts of southern Uttar Pradesh, western Rajasthan and northern Madhya Pradesh from tomorrow (Saturday) to Tuesday. Humid air and high temperatures could cause hot and uncomfortable weather over Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Konkan and Goa for the next five days, and over coastal Andhra Pradesh, Rayalaseema, Kerala and Tamil Nadu until Tuesday.