Mumbai, June 9: After covering entire Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Coastal Karnataka and Goa, the western arm of Monsoon 2017 has advanced further progressing at a fast normal pace to some more parts of Interior Karnataka and Konkan region of Maharashtra. But the eastern arm remains stagnant.
The Monsoon is continuously passing in northern limit through Vengurla, Tumkur, Nellore, Agartala, William Nagar, and Kokrajhar.
In past 24 hours, Nation was observed having heavy rainfall. Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Konkan and Goa, Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh had a major impact.
Goa’s Pernem and Panjim were recorded 116 mm and 89 mm of rains respectively, while Hyderabad was observed with 87 mm of rain. As on June 7, seasonal rainfall for the country was surplus by 18%.
During the next 2-3 days, weather conditions are highly favorable for Monsoon and will strike parts of Maharashtra including Mumbai. It may reach up to Sub-Himalayan West Bengal in Northeast.
West Coast will continue with good rains with intense showers over Coastal Karnataka and Konkan and Goa in the next 24 hours. Heavy rains will moderately record in Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Visakhapatnam, while Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu will receive subdued Monsoon rains.