The remnants of cyclone Komen is now seen as a Depression (D).It will weaken further into a well marked low pressure area (WML), but will continue to give heavy to very heavy rainfall in parts of Odisha, Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh. Isolated places will get extreme rainfall of over 200 mm. The Low Pressure Area (LPA) over Pakistan/Rajasthan will continue to dump more rains in western parts of Rajasthan. The offshore trough off west coast is struggling but will be active compared to the past few days with heavy rains expected off Maharashtra Coast due to the inward movement of the system over Madhya Pradesh / Chattisgarh. Light to moderate rains are expected in the interior regions of North-west Tamil nadu and North Tamil Nadu.
Chennai will see maximum between 34-36C with light showers expected towards evening / night in the suburbs and outskirts.
Coimbatore will be less breezy with temperature settling close to 31-32C with a chance of light rains later in the day.
Madurai will continue to be hot with temperature ranging around 36-38C. Northern parts of the city and outskirts will have the chance of being hit by thunderstorms in the evening / night.