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The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rains for the next two days, ie September 19 and 20. A low-pressure area is forming in the northwestern region of the Bay of Bengal, causing heavy to very heavy rainfall over Odisha, coastal areas of Karnataka, Kerala and Andaman and Nicobar.
The monsoon trough lies to the north of its normal state, which runs from Ganganagar in Rajasthan to the Bay of Bengal. In addition, the western end of the monsoon trough is likely to remain in the Himalayan foothills during the next five days and the eastern end is likely to move south from 19 September.
Weather conditions are likely to remain the same for the next two days. The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rains in these areas. Due to these favorable conditions, the coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Central Maharashtra, Marathwada, coastal and northern parts of Karnataka, Kerala may receive heavy and heavy rains for the next three days.
Apart from this, the Indian Meteorological Department on Thursday light showers with light thunderstorms in Madhya Pradesh, Virbhadra, Bihar, Jharkhand, Central Maharashtra, Marathwada, Odisha, Telangawa, Gujarat, Southwest Uttar Pradesh, South Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Sikkim and Chhattisgarh. Has also warned of
Skymet Weather, a private weather forecasting company, says the low-pressure area may also intensify. The company says that the end of the monsoon is expected to witness strong rains in parts of central and eastern India.