The drenching rains in western India could take a short break as the Deep Depression over the region weakens and has started to move northeastwards. In the last 24 hours, Vadgam in Gujarat has recorded 495 mm rainfall and Abu Road in Rajasthan 408 mm rainfall and this wet spell would abate gradually. Meanwhile, the Deep Depression over North Bay is still intense which could lead to extremely heavy falls in areas of Gangetic West Bengal along with Odisha and Jharkhand. Fishermen of this region are warned not to venture out into seas as wind speeds of magnitude 50-60 kmph gusting to 70 kmph will prevail along and off these coasts.Heavy rains likely along Konkan and Goa coast, with widespread rains forecasted in the next 2 days along the entire coast. In the south,TN would see isolated storms for a few more days.
Chennai will see a partly cloudy sky with a maximum close to 36-37 C and a chance of isolated rain/showers.
Coimbatore to remain cloudy with temperatures close to 31-32 C with occasional drizzles.
Madurai will be hot and sunny with a maximum temperature of 37-38 C.