Monsoon Trough causes Northeast India to experience Heavy rains for more 4-5 days ; Tamilnadu and Kerala in for heavy rainfalls
Heavy Rain and thunderstorms are expected throughout the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, and Tripura. • Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Lakshadweep may also experience widespread rain and thunderstorms. • Northeast India is forecasted with heavy rains for next 4-5 days, due to the monsoon trough running along the foothills of Himalayas. • In the southern part of India, a trough that lies from Karnataka to comorin, is resulting in the rainfalls at Tamilnadu and the adjoining areas. • A cyclonic circulation is lying over the northeast Bay of Bengal, and the west central Bay of Bengal of Andhra Pradesh coast. • Another cyclonic circulation is expected in the north west Bay of Bengal, which may cause heavy rainfalls in northern part and central part of India, in the next week. • Gangetic west Bengal to face widespread rainfall with thunderstorms along with isolated heavy rainfalls on 3rd September, Orissa from 2nd-5th of September, Chhattisgarh from September 3-5, and Vidarbha on September 5. Farmers are advised to maintain proper drainages in ground nut crop, and to spray the weedicides to control the weeds in paddy field after transplanting. • Light to moderate scattered rainfall with isolated heavy rainfall are over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and Karaikal on September 1-2, Kerala on September 1, north Coastal Andhra Pradesh on September 4, and Telangana on September 4-5. • On September 1, the temperatures are going to be very high in Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Karnataka.