Weather today (October 18): heavy rain over Lash Kerala and Lakshadweep; Thunder likely in parts of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu

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Here is the weather forecast for India:

Tuesday (October 18)

  • Parasitic thunder is possible in several parts of inland Maharashtra, southwestern Karnataka, northern Kerala, around Chennai, Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry.
  • Very heavy showers are forecast on the Kerala coast.
  • Heavy rain is likely over Lakshadweep.

Wednesday (October 19)

  • Stray thunders are expected in several parts of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and northern Tamil Nadu.
  • Northwest Uttar Pradesh can experience dense fog early in the morning.

National 5-day forecast

Rainfall accumulation over 3 days from Tuesday to Friday morning (TWC Met Team)

Cumulative rainfall over 3 days from Tuesday to Friday morning

(TWC Met Team)

The northern limit of the southwest monsoon is currently in the middle of the Indian subcontinent. Consequently, the weather will remain dry in the northern half of the subcontinent, while the southern half will experience wet weather.

A cyclonic circulation near the latitudinal area of ​​the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal is expected to turn into a low pressure system after Saturday night and track towards the subcontinent.

This low pressure system may further develop into a deep depression and make landfall at the mouth of the Ganges during the first half of the coming week.

Under the influence of the above system, fairly widespread to widespread rainfall and isolated heavy falls with thunderstorms and lightning are forecast over Tamil Nadu, Karaikal, Pondicherry, Mahé and Kerala during this week. Widespread rains are also highly likely over the southern interior and coast of Karnataka on Thursday and Friday and over Lakshadweep until Thursday 20 October.

Fairly widespread to widespread light to moderate rainfall and isolated heavy falls with thunderstorms and lightning are expected over the Andaman and Nicobar Islands through Saturday 22nd October.

Dry weather conditions are expected to prevail over most parts of North West and Central India

As for mercury levels, daytime and nighttime temperatures are forecast to be extremely or relatively higher than usual over much of the Trans-Himalayan and Western Himalayan region, at least through the end of this month. this month.

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