On Thursday, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) reported that there will be a rise in rainfall in East and nearby central India starting from Saturday. There is a chance of heavy rainfall in Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, Andaman and Nicobar Islands over the next five days, as well as in the South India over the next three days.
Light to moderate scattered rainfall, and a possibility of widespread rain along with isolated heavy rainfall is predicted in Meghalaya and Assam located in Northeast India on Thursday.
In East India, the weather forecast indicates widespread rainfall of light to moderate intensity, often accompanied by thunderstorms, lightning, and occasional heavy rainfall.
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands can expect this weather pattern for the next five days, while Gangetic West Bengal should be prepared for it on Sunday. Similarly, Odisha can expect these conditions from September 2 to 4.
As per IMD, widespread rainfall with thunderstorms and lightning is expected in Central India, which will be mostly light to moderate. Chhattisgarh might experience isolated heavy rainfall over the weekend.
In South India, there in a forecast of scattered rainfall, ranging from light to moderate, with occasional heavy rainfall. Tamil Nadu’s Karaikal and ad Puducherry will experience this weather from Thursday to Saturday, while Kerala can expect it on Thursday and Friday. Telangana and North Coastal Andhra Pradesh should be prepared for such conditions on 4th September.
For the rest of the country, the IMD suggests relatively low levels of rainfall activity over the next five days.