New Delhi, June 18:  Hyderabad’s India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Monday has predicted light to moderate rainfall is likely to occur at isolated places in Telangana, Rayalaseema and coastal Andhra Pradesh in next three days. Scientist, Raja Rao, said that heatwave will prevail in some parts of coastal Andhra Pradesh for the next two days.Also Read - Cyclone Gulab Could Re-born as Cyclone Shaheen Over Bay of Bengal in 2-3 Days, Predicts IMD

On Sunday, India Meteorological Department had said that the southwest monsoon has weakened after remaining “very active” during the first half of June adding that it is expected to revive in the next five-six days. Also Read - Low Pressure Area Over North Bay of Bengal, Jharkhand to Cause Heavy Rainfall For Next Two Days

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The northern limit of the monsoon continues to pass through Thane (including Mumbai), Ahmednagar, Buldhana, Amravati, Gondia, Titlagarh, Cuttack, Midnapore, Goalpara and Baghdogra.

“The further advance of the southwest monsoon has weakened. It was very active until June 15, but there is a lull now. However, it is expected to revive in the next five-six days,” IMD Additional Director-General Mritunjay Mohapatra said.

For tomorrow, the IMD has predicted “heavy to very heavy rain” at a few places in Konkan, Goa and coastal Karnataka and heavy rain in parts of the sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, central Maharashtra and Kerala.

(With PTI Inputs)