According to the meteorological department, a trough of westerly wave was moving across northern parts of the country while a strong monsoon current
from the Arabian Sea was reaching Punjab and Kashmir.
Sahu also said monsoon current
from the Bay of Bengal is advancing.
The Met department said a westerly wave over upper parts of the country and moist monsoon current
also gave rain in many cities.
The Met Department said a weak monsoon current
from Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal ware continuously penetrating the upper and central parts of the country and is likely to continue during next 24 hours.
The seasonal low that pulls in the monsoon current
from India, lays over northwest Balochistan and was likely to intensify.
He said a westerly wave over upper parts of the country was attracting monsoon current
from the Arabian Sea directly through Pakistani coastal areas and via Indian Gujarat.
will remain cut off during the next 24 to 48 hours.
are penetrating in southern parts of the country and increasing temperature could further strengthen the rainy weather system, weather officials said.
According to the synoptic situation, seasonal low lies over Balochistan and its adjoining areas while monsoon currents
are penetrating southern parts of the country.
Moderate monsoon currents
are reaching upper and central parts of the country, while weak monsoon currents
in southern parts of the country.
Strong monsoon currents
from Bay of Bengal and Arabian sea are likely to penetrate northern parts of the country from Tuesday (evening/night) and expected to intensify from Wednesday.
from Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal are penetrating upper and central parts of the country.