A cyclonic circulation is likely to emerge near the Myanmar coast on Monday and under its influence, a low-pressure area will be developed in the subsequent 24 hours, the weatherman said.
There is also a likelihood of heavy to very heavy showers in Nabarangpur, Nuapada, Bolangir, Kalahandi, Koraput, and Malkangiri districts on Monday and Tuesday, the IMD said.
According to IMD, the relative humidity in the morning was recorded at 87 pc.
IMD has issued a warning for extremely bad weather in Delhi on Wednesday with the possibility of waterlogging and disruption of traffic.
The IMD has issued an "orange" alert for Wednesday and a "yellow" alert for Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. For Friday, it has issued a "green" alert.
Scattered to fairly widespread rainfall with isolated heavy falls is very likely over Uttarakhand from Monday till September 23 while fairly widespread to widespread rainfall with isolated heavy rainfall likely to continue over Odisha and Gangetic West Bengal on Monday, the IMD said.
UP's crime rate as found in latest NCRB data was lower than the national average for all IPC offences including those against women, children, loots and robbery, the state police said on Thursday.
An orange alert is issued as a warning for extremely bad weather with the potential of disruption in commute with road and drain closures and interruption of power supply.
Light rain is likely at night. Moderate rain is predicted over the next two days, which means Delhi is likely to witness another record for monsoon precipitation, an IMD official said.
According to IMD's forecast, the national capital is likely to witness heavy rainfall between Wednesday to Thursday and light showers are predicted on Saturday.
The depression over the northwest Bay of Bengal intensified into a deep depression and crossed the coast near Chandbali in Bhadrak district on Monday morning, following which the weather office issued alerts for 13 districts.
Severe waterlogging was experienced in the national capital as it experienced heavy downpour over the past few days.
The weatherman predicted a generally cloudy sky with light to moderate rain thundershowers during the day in Delhi.
Parts of Delhi received spells of rain in the early hours of Friday.
Light to moderate rainfall is expected in Delhi-NCR over the next three days, when the monsoon trough will shift slightly towards north, an IMD official said.
IMD said enhanced rainfall activity with fairly widespread and isolated heavy to very heavy rains is very likely over Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala the during next three days and reduce in intensity and distribution thereafter.
The India Meteorological Department on Sunday issued a warning for Maharashtra forecasting heavy to very heavy torrential rains with thunderstorms in the state till September 9.
Clear skies greeted Delhi on Sunday, but the IMD has predicted the possibility of thunderstorms later in the day.