Under the influence of lower-level wind strengthening towards the southwest and the meeting with lower levels of western goods, sufficiently broad rainfall activities or storms are very possible in the northeastern state of Western and Bengal
Rain and storms that are widespread are likely to be in the Western Himalayan region from 11 to 13 May. Rain isolated and thunder is also the excessive possibility of the northwest plains during the period, according to the Ministry of India’s Meteorology.
Fresh Western disorders (WD) are likely to affect the Western Himalayan region and the plains of the northwestern Indian from May 11 and so on. Under the influence of this WD and its interaction with the east wind at a lower level and the moisture feed from the Arabic Sea at a lower level, a fairly wide or bottom of rainfall is very possible for the Western Himalayan region and isolated rainfall or storms will be compared with plains Northwest of India for 11 to 13 May with maximum intensity on 12 and May 13. Isolated rainfall is also likely to be on Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand on 12 and May 13.
Under the influence of lower-level wind strengthening towards the southwest and the meeting with lower southwestern vessels, quite extensive rainfall or storm activity is very possible in the northeastern state and West Bengal; and isolated for rain / goal scattered in the remaining part in East India for the next 4-5 days.
Because the north-south trough (low pressure area) / wind discontinuity from the southwest of Madhya Pradesh to the coast of Karnataka at a lower level, light or being spread until the rain or thunder is quite widely as possible over Kerala & Mahe, Lakshadweep and Karnataka and isolated For rain / boundshower spread across the other part of the Indian South Peninsular for the next 4-5 days. There are no heat wave conditions that might occur in any part of the country for the next 4-5 days.