With no significant system in action and the monsoon axis sticking to Himalayas with extension to north east, Monsoon will take a small break. Meanwhile, the Upper Air Circulation (UAC) over Bangladesh looks weakened. However, a North-South trough dips down from this UAC into North Bay of Bengal and this will bring rains to Jharkhand and Odisha. Rains will also continue in parts of North East India. The Western Disturbance (WD) over Pakistan will give rains to Himachal, Uttarakhand,Kashmir and also along the foot hills of the Himalayas.
Tamil Nadu has been reveling in the much needed rains for the last 4 days. The drought hit Vellore district has smartly moved from deficient to above normal category.However, there will be decrease in rains in the state of Tamil Nadu as the influence of UAC fades away in the State.
Chennai – Cloudy day with temperature to peak around 34-35 C. Rains are expected in isolated parts of the city and suburbs.
Coimbatore – Dry day on the cards with temperature continuing in the range of 31-32 C.
Madurai – It will be a partly cloudy day with max temperature range bound at 34-35 C. There is less chance for rains in the city.