South West Monsoon continues to affect daily life routines across eastern and western parts of the country. Two Monsoon systems are spinning across the mentioned regions bringing in torrential rains. Gujarat and West Rajasthan have bore the brunt of the monsoon mayhem. Many places have recorded more than 200 mm rainfall. With conditions forecasted to remain same, extremely heavy falls are likely to occur over Gujarat, heavy to very heavy rains to occur in areas of Gangetic West Bengal, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Rajasthan. Due to the intensifying Depression in North East Bay, and a present Deep Depression near Rajasthan, squally winds reaching 45-55 kmph is likely along and off West Bengal, Odisha, Gujarat and North Konkan coasts. Fishermen in these areas are warned not to venture out into seas. West Coast will come under the influence of an off-shore trough that will bring heavy rains along Coastal Karnataka and Kerala. Meanwhile, TN will see a decrease in rainfall activity for a short period.
Chennai to experience a partly cloudy sky with maximum temperature close to 36-37 C, A warm day and a chance of isolated rains/Thunderstorm later in the day/night.
Coimbatore – A pleasant breezy day to begin with, warm afternoon with a max temperature of 32C. Isolated showers over some pockets of the city/suburbs.
Madurai – Hot and uncomfortable during the day with max temperature peaking at 37-38 C. Chances of Thunderstorm activity in the evening/night.