Tamil Nadu To Remain Dry And Desolate

The extreme southern peninsula, videlicet Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh is likely to remain arid for the next couple of days before a wet spell sinks in by the end of the month.

Oppressive heat is likely across the state of Tamil Nadu with a few places nearing 40 C, which is remarkable considering the fact we are approaching the end of July. On the other hand, rains are likely to continue decimating Gujarat and neighborhood. Moderate-heavy rains are bound to occur across the areas under the blanket of the monsoon trough, that is the section of the country from Gujarat to Gangetic West Bengal with particularly heavy rains near Kolkata.

City Outlook:

Chennai – Summery weather likely with the maximum temperature hitting 37-38 C. Little chances of rains.

Madurai – Blistering heat is likely to preside over the city with the thermometer nearing 40 C. Isolated showers might occur in the city.

Trichy – The city of Trichy is also likely to be blanketed by heat with the mercury hitting 38-39 C.

Coimbatore – Moderate heat is likely in the city, making it an escapee from the rest of the state. A maximum of 32-33 C likely.

Vellore – Blazing heat up ahead with the temperature hitting 39 C in the afternoon. Light showers possible.

Insat 3D Cloud / Wind Height (100-400 hpa)
Insat 3D Cloud / Wind Height (100-400 hpa)
GFS-Rain Model output
GFS-Rain Model output