The Low Pressure Area that lay over Odisha coast has moved inland and is currently seen lying over Odisha and adjoining Jharkhand. This synoptic scale system has brought back the eastern end of the Monsoon Trough to south of its normal position and would generate moist Monsoon clouds over East and Central India. Under the influence of this Low, isolated heavy rain is likely to occur over Jharkhand, Odisha, Chhattisgarh and parts of sub-Himalayan West Bengal as well.
Meanwhile, a feeble off-shore trough is seen in the near vicinity of west coast and is likely to produce rain clouds along coastal Karnataka and Konkan coast. Dry weather is likely to prevail across much of Tamil Nadu with a slight chance of rains restricted to northern districts.
Odisha got heavy widespread rains with Kantapada getting 130 mm and Banki 113 mm. Vidarbha too got heavy rains with Lakhandur getting 157 mm and Kurkheda 110 mm.
Chennai to see a partly cloudy day with a maximum day time temperature settling close to 34-35 C. Parts of the city may experience occasional showers.
Madurai to remain warm and sunny with a day time maximum temperature settling close to 38 to 39C.
Coimbatore will stay cloudy and the maximum temperature will stay close to 33 C