The disturbance, which gave flooding rains to Madhya Pradesh, persists and is expected to slowly move westwards. Under its influence, rains will continue for central India. Another feature which lies over North Bay and its adjoining areas would strengthen in the coming days, leading to widespread rainfall for West Bengal, parts of Odisha and north eastern states. These weather systems will pull considerable amount of moisture from Arabian Sea towards west coast for next few days. This process will strengthen the offshore trough resulting in active phase of monsoon for the entire west coast. Apart from the existing systems, a new disturbance is set to develop and bring torrential rainfall for Gujarat and parts of Maharashtra.
Extreme South TN and Nilgiris district has better prospect of getting thunderstorms due to the revival of monsoon in west coast, while rest of TN will remain mostly dry with some isolated thunderstorms.
Chennai will witness max temperature around 37C with a possibility of isolated showers during evening/night.
Coimbatore’s max temperature will be 30-31C. Pleasant weather will continue for next couple of days.
Madurai is expected to be warm with temperature reaching 37-38C. Thundercloud development is possible in some areas during evening/night.