Rainfall density to decrease throughout Northeast from July 8: IMD

Rainfall density to decrease throughout Northeast from July 8: IMD

Rainfall density to decrease throughout Northeast Rainfall density to decrease throughout Northeast

GUWAHATI: As per the weather forecast bulletin of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) rainfall intensity is very likely to decrease throughout the Northeast India region from July 8 onwards.

According to the bulletin, the rainfall intensity is likely to decrease over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, and Tripura due to the revival of southwest monsoon from July 8.

At the same time, due to the strengthening of the southwest monsoon over the Arabian Sea, increased rainfall activity along the west coast is expected to begin on July 9th.

From the 9th of July onwards, widespread rainfall with isolated heavy to very heavy showers is extremely likely over the Konkan and Goa, Coastal Karnataka, Kerala, and Mahe.

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From the 8th of July, moist easterly winds from the Bay of Bengal are anticipated to gradually settle over parts of eastern India.

By the 10th of July, it is expected to have moved to northwest India, including Punjab and north Haryana.

Accordingly, the southwest monsoon is expected to move through the remaining areas of West Uttar Pradesh as well as parts of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, and Delhi, around July 10th.

Under the influence of these factors, scattered to widespread rainfall with isolated heavy rains is highly expected over Central India (Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, and Chhattisgarh) on July 8th, as well as isolated extremely heavy rainfall over Vidarbha and Chhattisgarh.

Moreover, scattered to widespread rainfall is very likely over Northwest India from 9th July and isolated heavy rainfall also very likely over Uttarakhand from 8th; over Himachal, Uttar Pradesh from 9th and over East Rajasthan from 10 July onwards.

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