India Meteorological Division (IMD) has prolonged by little much more than a working day the most likely development of a ‘defining’ low-strain area over the North Andaman Sea, which is expected to have implications not just for India’s East Coastline but also for the onset of the North-East monsoon over the South Peninsula.
Ordinarily, extension of timeline for genesis of a ‘low’ is taken to sign weakening of self-confidence in the eventuality, but it may well not always be the case right here because world wide peer models have maintained the outlook. The monsoon transition from South-West to North-East also supports the prognosis what with linked reduction in wind shear which aids the development of a ‘low’ and its intensification.
Stormy South China Sea
Added to this is storminess in and active point out of the upstream South China Sea/West Pacific with most likely cascading influence on the Bay of