Widespread rainfall with isolated heavy falls likely to continue over northeast and adjoining east India during next 3-4 days.
Heavy showers are also likely in some southern parts of Gujarat in the next five days.
This season’s cumulative rainfall for the country as a whole was above the Long Period Average(LPA) by 31%. It is 19%, 94% & 20% above LPA over northwest, central and south peninsular India respectively, the Ministry of Earth Sciences noted.
Overall there will be no significant change in maximum temperatures over most parts of the country during the next 3 days.
Meanwhile, a western disturbance as a trough persists from northwest Rajasthan to coastal Odisha and across North Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh. This trough extends upto 2.1km above the sea level.