The trough in the lower levels of the troposphere with its associated upper air circulation near Lakshadweep continue to persist, which will bring yet another day of wet weather for much of the southern peninsula. Heavy thunderstorms are expected to develop over Tamil Nadu, Interior Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and parts of Kerala. Moderate rainfalls with isolated heavy ones would be experienced along the west coast of Kerala and Karnataka with evening rains in the Ghats.
The upper air trough present over the Bay of Bengal could breed an upper air circulation over the area which would trigger thundershowers over Odisha. Convective thunderstorms aided by good upper level divergence due to the circulations could bring widespread rains over Telangana. Moderate rains with patchy heavy falls would continue over North-east India.
Madurai – Wet weather around the region is expected to continue for yet another day with the thermometer rising to 35 C.
Coimbatore – Some showers would occur around the city with temperatures around 34 C.