Most parts of the state to remain high and dry

Warm and dry weather barring few isolated showers will dominate most of TN as the South West monsoon slowly continues to withdraw from North West India. Prevalence of dry weather is likely over West Rajasthan. Reduction in moisture associated with the Monsoon flow. These are indicative of likely commencement of withdrawal of South West Monsoon from Western parts of Rajasthan around 29th September.

Sharp late evening showers due to daytime heating cannot be ruled out especially over the Northern parts of the state.


City Outlook:

Chennai – Mostly clear with a high of about 33 degrees and a low of about 26 degrees.
Trichy – Clear and Warm. High of about 37 degrees.
Madurai – Some clouds and warm with a high of about 36 degrees and an uncomfortable night with a low of about 26 degrees.
Vellore – Seasonable with a high of about 34 degrees. An isolated thundershower could pass over the city.
Coimbatore – Sunny and pleasant. High of about 32 degrees with few light rains developing later during the day.