Monsoon Rains is restricted towards East-NE parts of the country as the trough axis gets anchored close to the foothills of Himalayas. These prevailing conditions will see heavy rains over the states along the foothills for next 2 days. Other North & Central parts of India may see isolated thunderstorms. Meanwhile Monsoon withdrawal is expected to commence in a few days of time as slight indications are seen over North-West. Generally it starts retreating from North Western part of the country when the monsoon winds slowly gets replaced by Dry air with a firmly grounded Anti-Cyclone.
Moving to Peninsular states, Interior and north coastal parts of Tamil Nadu would see increase in rainfall from tomorrow. Conditions are also expected to turn favorable in the coming days for widespread rains. Parts of Coastal AP, Telangana, Kerala, Odisha, TN, South interior Karnataka would see increase in rainfall as we move towards the weekend.
Kalmeshwar in Vidarbha records 160 mm rainfall. Cherrapunji in North East records 189 mm.
Chennai: Hot & Humid conditions expected with Max temp likely to touch 35-36C. Scattered Rains are possible for the city and its outskirts.
Coimbatore: Dry day expected with clear skies. Max temp would be close to 31C.
Madurai: No respite for this temple city. Temperature expected to hit a high of 37-38C.