Mostly dry weather to continue over parts of TN

After the cyclone Titli barreled into South Andhra/Odisha coasts, it continues to give heavy precipitation and powerful winds in the region. On the other hand the cyclone Luban continues to track west-north westward in the Arabian sea. Parts of Kerala and some interior regions received light rains, this might continue in isolation. Large parts of the state to remain dry and the conditions are expected to change only after the cyclone remnants dissipate into the Indian landmass.

City Outlook:

Chennai – Dry and warm with day high of 35C. Evenings tend to be less humid with min of 25C.

Vellore – Dry and warm with highs of 35C and lows of 23C.

Trichy – Dry, hazy and warm as max settles at 36C and min at 25C.

Madurai – Partly cloudy, less humid with less chance of rains. Day highs of 35C and lows of 24C is expected.

Coimbatore – Warm and partly cloudy with highs of 34C and lows of 23C.