Yesterday’s depression over Bangladesh has remained stationary and is expected to move slowly westwards in the next few days skirting the coast of West Bengal. This system will intensify into a deep depression once it comes into contact with the warm waters of North Bay of Bengal, along with other favorable environmental conditions in support of this development. As a result of the intensification process, torrential rains along with strong winds is expected for East Indian states. Sea will be rough for coastal West Bengal and Odisha. There is also another system over Rajasthan which will strengthen into a depression and produce drenching rains for Gujarat and parts of Maharashtra.
Parts of coastal TN and interiors will see scattered thunderstorm activity, while rest of places will remain dry.
Chennai’s maximum temperature will be around 36 C. Isolated storms could occur during evening/night. Surface winds will be strong at the time of thunderstorm.
Coimbatore will see max temperature between 33-34 C. Possibility of light showers during evening/night.
Madurai will continue to see a hot day with temperature soaring to 38-39 C. High temperature would trigger thunderstorms in some areas during evening/night. This trend in temperature will continue for a few more days.