Owing to weak monsoon conditions, clearer skies and low moisture content in the air, heat has spiked across most parts of Tamilnadu reminding of early Summer conditions. Though it’s not uncommon, the heat is certainly felt given the poor rainfall realised so far in the state. Day time temperatures will touch 38/39C in isolated parts of interior TN and night times continue to remain warm. Humidity will be lesser making for somewhat bearable conditions in interiors. Rains if any will be isolated in one or two places and majority of the state will slip into drier climes.
Rest of South Peninsula continue to remain dry as monsoon winds have completely died down. But scenario in Central India is in stark contrast to the south where yet another seasonal monsoon system hurtles its way towards Odisha. Heavy to very heavy rains are forecast for parts of Odisha, Chattisgarh. Monsoon withdrawal from North West India will be delayed in view of aforementioned system.
Chennai – Warm day with a high of 35/36 degrees. Chance of showers during evening/night.
Coimbatore – A cool and comfortable morning turning slightly warm with a day high of 33 degrees C. Spotty showers are possible.
Madurai – A warm day with a high of 36 degrees to expect. A chance of a shower or two.
Trichy – Mix of sun and clouds with a daytime high of 36 degrees. Chance of a shower or two exists.
Vellore – A day laden with clouds and Sun, high of about 35 degrees, chances of thundery development towards the evening.