The Monsoon has been active over Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and North Eastern states and it will continue to remain active over those areas in the coming days. Heavy rainfall is expected to occur at most places of Jharkhand, Bihar, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and North Eastern states. The Rainfall will gradually increase over coastal West Bengal and Odisha from Wednesday, as a new disturbance is expected to develop in the North Bay. There is also a weak disturbance to the south of Srilanka and its adjoining areas which was responsible for the thunderstorm activity over TN for the past few days. The Conditions are not favorable for any further development of this disturbance and so it will remain as a weak feature and move westwards giving rains to South & West TN (including localized heavy spells over Nilgiris and Coimbatore) district and Kerala.
An area of High Pressure will dominate the events in TN by middle of this week. This system will suppress the development of thunderclouds, leading to decrease in rainfall activity over most parts of TN.
Chennai will see max temperature moving closer to 35C.Skies will be partly cloudy with a chance of sporadic showers during evening/night.
Coimbatore will observe max temperature between 32-33C with a chance of thunder showers during evening/night.
Madurai will witness cloudy skies with max temperature touching 34-35C.Thunderstorms are likely to develop during later part of the day.