Heavy Rainfall forecasted over Eastern UP, Odisha, Coastal Andhra, Kerala

A monsoon trough is located south of where it usually is, across Rajasthan, North Madhya Pradesh, North Chhattisgarh, and North Odisha. • Meanwhile, a cyclonic circulation is present over Northwest Madhya Pradesh and the surrounding area, and its associated trough crosses East Madhya Pradesh, south Chhattisgarh, and Vidarbha to reach the West-Central Bay of Bengal. • A new cyclonic circulation is also present across the East-Central Bay of Bengal and the surrounding area. Within the next 48 hours, a low-pressure system will probably develop over the Northwest Bay of Bengal under its influence. • Due to this system, for the upcoming several days, isolated heavy rainfall may take place at some locations over East and Northeast India, as well as in and around south Chhattisgarh. • Very heavy falls may lash over isolated areas of Odisha for next 4 days. Farmers are advised to spray only when sky becomes clear and use sticker to the spray solution. • Farmers are advised to do proper arrangement for storing rain water at one portion in the field. This water can be used for irrigation in the crops during dry spell. • Due to high humidity possibilities of pest and disease build up in already sown crop. Take plant protection measures depending on the crop and weather condition • Isolated, extremely heavy downpours are also expected over Assam and Meghalaya. • In addition, East Uttar Pradesh for next 2 days and Uttarakhand for next 3 days may have up to moderately widespread to widespread rainfall and thunderstorms with isolated heavy falls. • To the south, coastal Andhra Pradesh may get mild to moderate, widely dispersed to widespread rainfall for next 3-4 day, as well as Telangana and Kerala and Mahe in next 3 days. • The Konkan, Goa, and the Ghat regions of Madhya Maharashtra and Marathwada may have up to moderate widely distributed to widely distributed rainfall, thunderstorms, and lightning on September 15.

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