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Widespread rain with isolated heavy rain and thunder/lightning is likely over Rayalaseema and Lakshadweep on August 3 and 4.

The India Meteorological Department said that very heavy rains are likely to continue over southern peninsular India, especially over Kerala, coastal Karnataka and Tamil Nadu for the next two to three days.

A dark circle is moving over southern peninsular India at mid-tropical level and is likely to move northwards gradually during the next three to four days. A north-south trough flows from south Chhattisgarh to Comorin at low tropical levels. At mean sea level the western end of the monsoon trough is north of its normal position and its eastern end is near its normal position. Monsoon trough is likely to be normal or close to south of its normal position from August 5 onwards.

Under the influence of these systems, widespread rain with isolated heavy rain and thunder/lightning is likely over Rayalaseema and Lakshadweep on August 3 and 4; South coastal Andhra Pradesh and Yanam on August 6 and Telangana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaikal, Kerala and Mahe till August 6.

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