The trough from Assam to Gangetic West Bengal with embedded upper air cyclonic circulation over Gangetic West Bengal & adjoining Jharkhand extending upto 1.5 km above mean sea level persists and it has triggered few thundershowers
over parts of Odisha, West Bengal and Bangladesh. The same pattern is expected to prevail for a day or two. Another Western disturbance, likely to affect Jammu and Kashmir from 27th onwards.
Down south, the above normal temperatures will continue till the weekend. Moist winds associated with trough in Easterlies will show its influence over Isolated parts of south Tamil Nadu by bringing light to moderate showers.
Subsequently the said conditions will spread into interior south Tamil Nadu and some parts of North coastal Tamil Nadu. Remaining places likely to witness fair weather conditions.
CHENNAI – Pleasant and warm day ahead to look out with a max of around 33c and a minimum around 23 C.
VELLORE – Slightly hazy morning leaving way to a bright and sunny day. A day max of 33 and a minimum of 22 degrees C.
COIMBATORE – A sun soaked day with a high of 35 degrees c. Nights to remain moderate with a low of 22 degrees C.
TRICHY – Fair weather likely over the region with a max of around 35c and a min of 24 C.
MADURAI – A hot day on cards with a high UV index in store over larger areas of the city. A high of 36 degrees C and a warm night with a low of 24 degrees C.
Topic contributed by Sai Praneeth