Pre-monsoon showers drive up over North-East India, South Peninsula

Incoming “Active” (High Density) Western disturbances extending from southwestern Iran were expected to begin affecting weather over northwest India From Tuesday for three consecutive days, it will rain, thunderstorms, lightning, hail and strong winds. This would lower the day’s temperatures significantly from the prevailing highs over northern and eastern India.

A previous disturbance has just left India and temperatures are peaking in its backwaters. These new disturbances will now be poured. Proximity to the outgoing disturbances will continue to increase its spread Rainfall Over northeastern India where the pre-monsoon rains reach their peak in the rugged terrain.

Heavy rain northeast

Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) Light to moderate to moderate to widespread rain, thunderstorms, lightning and gusty winds are expected over Assam and Meghalaya in the next couple of days. Heavy rains are likely over parts of Assam and Meghalaya until Friday, and over Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura from Wednesday to Friday.

Light to moderate to widespread somewhat to widespread rain with thunderstorms, lightning and gusty winds likely over the hills of West Bengal and Sikkim. It will be isolated to spread thunderstorms, lightning and high winds to the rest of eastern India until Saturday. Heavy rains may hit parts of the hills, while hailstorms may hit parts of Bihar, West Bengal and Sikkim.

Active before monsoons

The southern peninsula, especially Kerala, has been experiencing brisk pre-monsoon activity over the past few days. Northeast and South are two geographical regions that receive monsoons one after the other (Bay of Bengal calls you in the northeast and Arabian Sea in Kerala). Light to moderate to isolated to scattered rain is expected in many parts of south India over the next five days.

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The progress of the monsoon is slow

The monsoon’s progress remains slow, with IMD saying that the arm of the gulf that hit the southern Andaman Sea may remain stagnant for the next couple of days. Strong typhoon (hurricane) in the western Pacific Ocean, named Mawar It is to divert flows towards itself and away from India. The impact on the larger monsoon system is illustrated by the revised update as it begins to appear over neighboring Myanmar. Its Department of Meteorology and Hydrology said the monsoon is likely to blow over the southern parts (where it first arrives over the country) during a four-day window valid until Wednesday.