With no active synoptic systems to generate large scale deep convection and precipitation, the sub-continent is currently in a so called weak/break-Monsoon like phase. But the situation might change over the next few days, as a pair of upper air cyclonic circulations near North Bay is seen merging together and the resultant Low Pressure system is likely to descend down at sea level, which is the case expected by numerical weather models too. This would bring in rains to central India in couple of days. Until then, rains are likely to be restricted to Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand along with coastal Karnataka and Kerala.
Chennai to experience a partly cloudy sky and the warm conditions will see mercury touching 36-37 C .Chances of light/isolated rains towards the late hours.
Coimbatore will be cloudy with a chance of a passing shower. Maximum Temperatures not seen beyond 30-31c.
Madurai could experience a hot and sunny day with maximum temperatures close to 38-39 C.