India, Sept. 7 -- A wet spell commenced over central, west and parts of northwest India in association with a low-pressure area that formed over westcentral Bay of Bengal on Monday, India Meteorological Department (IMD)said.

A low-pressure area formed over northwest India and adjoining westcentral Bay of Bengal, off south Odisha-north Andhra Pradesh coasts. The low-pressure area and its remnants are very likely to move west-north-westwards during the next four or five days. The monsoon trough is lying south of its normal position, which is very likely to move to south of its normal position during the next four or five days.

A shear zone (zone of change in wind speed and direction) is likely to persist over south Peninsular India during...