As per the IMD, a cyclonic circulation is likely to form over the north Andaman Sea and neighbourhood around September 29, and under its influence a low-pressure area is likely to form over the north Andaman Sea and adjoining east-central Bay of Bengal during the subsequent 24 hours
The IMD further informed that conditions are becoming favourable for further withdrawal of Southwest Monsoon from some more parts of northwest and adjoining western India during the next 2-3 days.
The weather agency has further said a cyclonic circulation is likely to form over the north Andaman Sea and the neighbourhood around September 29. Under its influence, a low-pressure area is likely to form over the north Andaman Sea and adjoining eastcentral Bay of Bengal during the subsequent 24 hours.
In its daily weather bulletin, the IMD further informed that the southwest Monsoon has withdrawn from parts of southwest Rajasthan today against its normal date of withdrawal from southwest Rajasthan of September 17.
The late retreat of the monsoon this year is the 13th consecutive delayed withdrawal.
Under the influence of cyclonic circulation, a Low Pressure Area is likely to form over north Andaman sea & adjoining Eastcentral Bay of Bengal during subsequent 48 Hours.
Mrutyunjay Mohapatra said a cyclonic circulation may form over east-central Bay of Bengal around the end of September and the system may concentrate into a low pressure area in October first week
A low pressure area is likely to develop over the east central Bay of Bengal around September 28. The system is likely to intensify into a cyclone in the first week of October.
The IMD has also predicted thunderstorms accompanied by cloud-to-ground lightning over Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, and Chhattisgarh during September 21-22.
Several districts are likely to experience heavy rainfall activities in the next 48 hours and an ‘orange warning’ has been issued from some districts, said IMD.
As per IMD, an ‘orange warning’ for heavy to very heavy rainfall has been issued for several Odisha districts.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said the system is likely to move west-northwestwards across North Odisha and South Jharkhand during the next two days.
As per IMD, a cyclonic circulation lies over Northeast and adjoining Eastcentral Bay of Bengal Sea in lower and middle tropospheric levels. Under its influence, a low pressure area is likely to form over northwest Bay of Bengal and neighbourhood during the next 48 hours.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted that several parts of the state will continue to experience thunderstorm and heavy rainfall activities for the next couple of days.
In Central and West India, the weather forecast predicts light to moderate rainfall and thunderstorms that are expected to be fairly widespread to widespread. Additionally, there is a likelihood of lightning, along with isolated instances of heavy to very heavy rainfall.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday informed that it is likely to move across Odisha and Chhattisgarh during the next two days.
As per IMD, the north-south trough from the cyclonic circulation associated with the low-pressure area over central parts of North Bay of Bengal to north coastal Andhra Pradesh has become less marked.
The system is very likely to intensify further in the next 24 hours and move west-northwestwards along south Odisha and north Andhra Pradesh coasts.
“Subsequently, it is likely to become more marked and move west-northwestwards across south Odisha and North Andhra Pradesh coast,” said IMD.
As per IMD, a cyclonic circulation lies over East Central Bay of Bengal adjoining Myanmar Coast. Under its influence, a low-pressure area is likely to form over the Northwest Bay of Bengal during the next 72 hours.