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Fresh ‘low’ forecast as ‘Gulab’ remnant swamps West India

India Meteorological Division (IMD) has set out a observe later tonight (Tuesday) for a fresh new lower-pressure region off the West Bengal and adjoining Bangladesh coasts even as a predecessor remnant depression from erstwhile cyclone ‘Gulab’ and an associated belt of significant to pretty significant rainfall has moved into Telangana and adjoining Marathawada and Vidarbha in the morning.

The depression was situated about twenty five km North-West of Nizamabad and 260 km South-South-East of Nagpur, and will cause significant to pretty significant rainfall with really significant falls at isolated locations in excess of East Gujarat, Madhya Maharashtra and Konkan for the duration of the system of the day today when it would be significant to pretty significant at isolated locations in excess of Marathwada, Saurashtra and Kutch.

Valuable monsoon characteristics

The depression will shift West-North-West and weaken into a well-marked ‘low’ by the afternoon and arise into the North-East Arabian Sea and adjoining Gujarat coastline by Thursday night where it may well make further more traction. It will carry on to impact regional climate for as extended.

The North-East Arabian Sea currently hosts a circulation which will most likely merge with the incoming well-marked ‘low.’ On Tuesday, an east-west trough runs from North Konkan to the incoming depression.

The most important land-based monsoon trough passes via alongside its regular alignment from Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Indore, centre of the depression in excess of Telangana and adjoining Marathawada and Vidarbha, Jagdalpur, Kalingapatnam and onward into East-Central Bay where a fresh new ‘low’ is brewing.

Heavy to pretty significant rain

In its forecast outlook for tomorrow (Wednesday), the IMD saw significant to pretty significant rain and really significant drop lashing Saurashtra and Kutch when it will be significant to pretty significant in excess of East Gujarat and Konkan. On Thursday, significant to pretty significant rain is forecast in excess of Saurashtra and Kutch.

Heavy rainfall is forecast on Thursday also in excess of Jharkhand, plains of West Bengal, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal as the fresh new lower-pressure region forming in the Bay extends influence.

Comprehensive outlook for today

A thorough rain outlook for today (Tuesday) is: Heavy to pretty significant rainfall with really significant falls for East Gujarat, Madhya Maharashtra, Konkan and Goa significant to pretty significant in excess of plains of West Bengal, Marathawada, Saurashtra and Kutch significant in excess of West Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Coastal Andhra Pradesh, Yanam, Telangana, Coastal and North Inside Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaikal, Kerala and Mahe.

Windy conditions predicted

Squally winds (40-fifty km/hr gusting to 65 km/hr) could prevail in excess of North-West and adjoining East-Central Bay and alongside and off the West Bengal coastline, South-East Arabian Sea alongside and off the Kerala coastline, Lakshadweep region, the Gulf of Mannar and Comorin region and South-West and adjoining South-East Bay of Bengal. Fishermen are advised not to venture into these locations.

An extended outlook for October three-five (just after the monsoon draws to a formal closure on September 30, Thursday) predicts fairly widespread to widespread rainfall for most sections of the nation except North-West and adjoining Central India and Gujarat, where it will be isolated to scattered.

US agency outlook

The US Local climate Prediction Centre has forecast previously mentioned-regular rainfall throughout sections of India and the Maritime Continent (Indonesia et al.) for the duration of the week September 29-October five attributed to a lower-amplitude Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) pulse with increased convection persisting in excess of the Indian Ocean and extending into the South China Sea/West Pacific over and above India’s territorial waters.