Monsoonal Axis continues to run along the Himalayan foothills. Heavy to very heavy rainfall have been reported from Himachal Pradesh with Akri recording 240 mm, Uttar Pradesh’s Salempur 200 mm and Jharkhand’s Daltonganj 295 mm.
An Upper Air Circulation (UAC) persists in North West Bay of Bengal and may descend down to lower level as Low Pressure Area (LPA) in next 24 hrs. This will continue to give heavy rains along Foot hills, East and North Central India. With Western Disturbance in North India Interacting with the monsoon trough, Himachal, Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Punjab will get heavy rains. North East India will continue to get heavy rains and this will add to the flood woes in Assam. In the west coast, Kerala and Karnataka will continue to get rains.
Sadly, dry weather will continue in TN with the exception of light rains over northern part of the State.
Chennai to see a warm day with Temperature settling close to 39 C. Suburbs and outskirts will have a chance of light rains later in the day.
Coimbatore will have a pleasant day with temperature close to 30 C with possibility of light rains.
Madurai will see maximum temperature of 36–37 C with showers later in the evening.