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The Indian Meteorological Department has issued a rainfall alert for the next four-five days. Heavy rains may occur over some parts of India in the next four to five days. The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rains in coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh, parts of Telangana, Maharashtra, Gujarat, northern and coastal areas of Karnataka and Kerala.
There is less pressure in the western-central part of the Bay of Bengal, which is also connecting the coasts of Andhra Pradesh. The India Meteorological Department says that in the next two-three days, the low pressure area will move towards West and North Western Telangana.
The monsoon trough lies to the south of its normal state, extending from Ganganagar in Rajasthan to the Bay of Bengal. The eastern end of the monsoon trough will be normal in the south till Thursday i.e. 17 September.
An offshore trough at sea level runs from the southern Gujarat coast to the northern Karnataka coast. Given such conditions, the Meteorological Department is expecting heavy and heavy rainfall in the peninsular regions of India. So far, there are no signs of monsoon from the north-western areas of the country.
Devi, the partner of the president of the National Weather Forecasting Center, says that there has been no sign of monsoon withdrawal from northwest India. A low pressure area may develop in the Bay of Bengal on 17 September, but we need to assess the model before something is certain.
Deva's partner further states that the monsoon retreat can only begin when anticyclonic flow is established and the humidity in the region decreases significantly.