A weak disturbance has formed in the Andaman Sea which is likely to develop into a Low Pressure Area (LPA) in the next 2 days. This system is expected to move towards Andhra Pradesh coast in the coming days. Vertical wind shear is moderate to high around the system which would be a negative factor for significant organization of the system in the future. Meanwhile, TN will continue to get widespread rainfall with heavy storms occurring particularly over interior and western parts of TN (district of Coimbatore and Nilgiris). Kerala will also be getting heavy thunderstorms for the next few days. Dry conditions to prevail for the northern peninsula as the South West monsoon continues to withdraw.
Chennai: City will see max temperature of 34-35C with partly cloudy skies, thunderstorms are likely in isolated places of the city.
Madurai: Maximum Temperature is expected to peak around 33C. Chances of thunderstorm activity in most parts of the city.
Coimbatore: Temperature will be close to 32C. Sky will be cloudy with a fair chance of heavy TS.
Vellore: City will witness a pleasant day with maximum temperature touching 33-34C. Thunderclouds are expected to develop around afternoon time giving rain to most parts of the city.
Trichy: City will see thunderstorms in the evening hours. Maximum Temperature are likely to be around 35C.