The Deep Depression (DD) off Bangladesh coast intensified into a Cyclonic Storm (CS) “Komen” and becomes the 1st cyclone to form in the last 26 years during July in the Bay of Bengal. The cyclone had made landfall over Bangladesh coast during the day, weakened further and will merge with the monsoon axis in the coming days. The system will bring heavy to very rainfall to West Bengal, Odisha and other eastern states. The Depression (D) over North West India has weakened into a Well Marked Low Pressure Area (WML) and is drenching the desert region of Rajasthan with heavy rainfall. The Western Disturbance (WD) meanwhile will continue to pound Kashmir, Himachal and North Indian states.
Tamil Nadu – The mini-break of two days for rains in North Tamil Nadu will come to an end. Intense Thunderstorms will form over interiors during the course of the day and will move towards the coastal areas by night.
Chennai will witness rains associated with thunder and winds in the evening / night with temperature in the day settling around 36-37C.
Coimbatore will see a cloudy day with temperatures close to 32-33 C with chance of rain in the day.
Madurai will continue to have typical hot day with a maximum temperature around 38-39 C.