Published On : Tue, Jul 5th, 2022

Moderate rainfall in Vid for next 3-4 days: IMD

Nagpur: Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), on Monday, predicted moderate rainfall with thunderstorm and lightning for next 3-4 days all overVidarbha. On Monday,the maximum temperature in most of the places in Vidarbha dipped below 30 degrees. The day-long drizzling in Nagpur also brought the maximumtemperature below normalby4.5degrees.On Monday, Nagpur received 23 mm rainfall whereas the city recorded total 48.3mmrainfallinlast 24 hours.

Advertisement
Advertisement

According to Skymet Weather,“Underthe influenceof persisting cyclonic circulation,maidenlow pressure areaofmonsoonseasonhasformedover wider region coveringparts of West Bengal, SouthJharkhand and North Coastal Odisha. The cyclonic circulation of the system extends upto mid tropospheric levels.”

Advertisement

Low pressure has dragged the monsoon trough far southof its normal position. Also, there is another cyclonic circulation over the Northwest Arabian Sea.This weather system will be slow moving an likely to shift across central parts of the country, said a statement issued by Skymet Weather.

Advertisement

“For the next 3 days, between July 4 and 6, fairly widespread moderate rainfall with isolated heavy spells can be expected over Vidarbha, Maharashtra, Odisha, North Coastal Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh,” claimed the website. It also stated that the core rainfed zone of central parts like Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Vidarbha, Madhya Maharashtra and Gujarat were running deficit by 30%- 35%. This massive wet spell will possibly reduce these margins and may break even in the next 7-10 days.

There are chances of another monsoon system coming up, at the same region. More powerful system is expected in the Bay of Bengal, emerging around July 10. It will traverse a repeat path of the current system. Along with Nagpur, Akola (20.3 mm), Buldhana (13.0 mm), Bramhapuri (89.2 mm), Chandrapur (32.2 mm), Gadchiroli (98 mm), Gondia (59.4 mm) and Washim (42 mm) also received double digit rainfall in last 24 hours

Advertisement

Advertisement
Advertisement
 

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement