While Tamil Nadu’s wet days are likely to take a dip and go dormant, the South West Monsoon is going to go berserk over many parts of India. The low pressure area over East Rajasthan and adjoining Madhya Pradesh is likely to track west bringing very heavy rains to India’s famed desert consisting of parts of Rajasthan and Gujarat, and parts of Madhya Pradesh the next couple of days.
At the other side of the country, a low pressure area is likely to brew off West Bengal coast and deepen significantly in a few days. This system is going to pulverize Tripura, West Bengal and Orissa with prolific rains. On the other hand, this system’s intensification will bring drier weather to Tamil Nadu and south Andhra Pradesh.
Evening thunderstorms are likely over Andhra Pradesh, western parts of Telangana and Interior Karnataka. Isolated thunderstorms would occur in Tamil Nadu.
Chennai – The wet days are going to come to an end soon. A small shower is possible, but not too likely. Temperature would peak at 36-37 C
Madurai – Another hot day likely. Temperature could reach 38-39 C. However, parts of the city could experience thundershowers in the evening.
Coimbatore – Warm day likely with mercury rising to 32-33 C. Chances of drizzles/light rains.