VISAKHAPATNAM: With IMD scientists saying that Southwest Monsoon is taking a break, rainfall at Coastal part of the state has been normal.
Hot weather has been predicted for another week. With strong surface winds from Westerly direction reaching forty five to fifty five kmph along and off Coastal Andhra Pradesh, on Wednesday, the sea condition was rough.
The upper air trough in westerlies runs from south Odisha to north Coastal Karnataka across Chattisgarh, Telangana and northern interior Karnataka between 3.6 and 5.8 Km above mean sea level.
The trough sea level running from Odisha to South Tamil Nadu across Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema is becoming weak.
The weather pattern usually breaks during July end and August, but this time the heat is likely to prevail and no rain is likely for another week”, said IMD Scientist, Naga Ratna.