DISCUSSION: As of earlier this morning, very deep convection was firing just east of Eastern India which has already produced tremendous amounts of rainfall across the Subcontinent region. That being said, as this previously discussed tropical low-pressure system continues sliding slowly off to the north, the threat for heavy rainfall and associated flash flooding will persist for another few days moving forward. In addition, there will be a corresponding threat for mudslides and/or landslides as the topsoil on mountain/hillsides continues to become less stable due to all of the excessive rainfall occurring over the last 48 to 72 hours! Note how in the short satellite imagery animation below how you can identify the areas of deeper convection based on the locations of the more "bubbly" appearance of the cloud structure close to the center of the animation and even a few surrounding areas near the end of the loop! For other high-impact weather content from across Asia, be sure to click here!