The National Weather Forecasting Centre/Regional Meteorological Centre, New Delhi of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has said:
♦ A cyclonic circulation lies over south Gujarat & neighbourhood in lower & mid tropospheric levels and another cyclonic circulation liesover East Uttar Pradesh & neighbourhood in lower tropospheric levels. High convergence of strong moist westerly/southwesterlywinds at lower tropospheric levels from the Arabian sea very likely along west coast till 06th July and over plains of northwestIndia & central India from 03rd July, 2020. Under its influence, fairly widespread to widespread rainfall activity with:
- Isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall with isolated extremely heavy falls is very likely over north Konkan on 03rd & 04th July; Gujarat region on 04th &05th July and over Madhya Maharashtra on 04th July.
- Isolated heavy to very heavy falls is also very likely over Coastal Karnataka during 02nd-04th July and over Saurashtra & Kutch during 04th-06th July.
♦ Scattered to fairly widespread rainfall with isolated heavy falls most likely over Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and East Uttar Pradeshduring next 5 days.
♦ Northeast India and East India very likely to continue to receive fairly widespread to widespread rainfall activity with isolated heavyfalls during next 5 days. Isolated extremely heavy falls are very likely over Sub-Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim during next 48
♦ Subdued rainfall activity over Western Himalayan Region and adjoining northwest India very likely to continue during next 2 days andits distribution & intensity very likely to increase thereafter.
♦ The monsoon trough at mean sea level continues to pass through Ganganagar, Narnaul, Aligarh,Sultanpur, Patna, Raiganj, Shillong and Imphal.
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