The current phase of subdued rainfall is likely to continue over Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka. Isolated light to moderate showers would occur over Karnataka coast with sporadic rainfall across the Malabar coast. One or two weak thundershowers could develop over Tamil Nadu in the evening with no significant rainfall. This pattern is likely to continue until a wet phase arrives around September 2nd.
The current low pressure area near Jharkhand is likely to trigger scattered showers with isolated heavy rainfalls across East and East Central India which includes Odisha, eastern Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and isolated parts of Bihar, West Bengal and Telangana. The heaviest rainfall from this spell could be witnessed at Chhattisgarh. Isolated showers will be experienced over the Northern Plains.
Ayodhya in UP for 2nd day records heavy rainfall of 123 mm. Kondagaon in Chattisgarh records 178 mm, while Salekasa in Vidarbha records 138 mm
Chennai: A hot day with temperatures hitting 37 C is likely. Not much on the rain front.
Coimbatore: A warm day peaking at about 32-33 C with little chance of rain.
Madurai: A blazing day in store. Don’t be surprised if the thermometer flares up to 38-39 C. Chances of rain are low here as well.