The remnants of the Cyclone Komen will track West-West Northwards through West Bengal, bringing in widespread rainfall with heavy thunderstorms in the northwestern parts of the state. The system would bring in heavy rainfall from the afternoon in Jharkhand and parts of Bihar. Scattered thunder showers would occur over Odisha, parts of Chhattisgarh, Eastern Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.
The deep depression which dumped heavy rainfall over Gujarat would move North/North east owing to an incoming western disturbance, dragging the monsoon axis north along with it. Thundershowers expected in Punjab, Haryana and NCR. Isolated showers would be experienced along the Himalayan Mountains. The movement of the remnants of Komen westwards would re-activate the off-shore trough and provide a good influx of moisture bringing in moderate rains to coastal Karnataka, Konkan and Goa coast and light rains to Kerala.
Evening thunderstorms could bring in the much needed rains into Tamil Nadu, interior Karnataka and parts of Madhya Maharashtra.
Chennai – Temperatures could peak at around 35-36 C. Thundershowers might occur in the evening/night.
Coimbatore – A warm day likely with a maximum of 33 C. Light showers possible.