The Monsoon has withdrawn from most parts of NW India and some parts of adjoining central India. Thanks to a persistent lower level Anticyclone anchoring over NW India that brought in a significant shift in the wind patterns over the region. Meanwhile, the SWM has been active over TN & Puducherry along with parts of south interior Karnataka. Offshore, in deep Bay waters, conditions are favourable for a LPA to develop near north Andaman Sea and adjoining SE Bay in the next 24 hours. Under its influence heavy rains are likely over Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Dynamic weather models are expecting it to move towards AP/Odisha coast in general with a wide range of uncertainty. During the next 24 hours, parts of western interior TN along with many places in Kerala and south interior Karnataka will experience rainfall at many places, thanks to an upper air cyclonic circulation over SE Arabian Sea and an associated Shear Zone that is seen running along latitude 13 N.
Chennai to see a partly cloudy to cloudy day with a maximum temp. close to 34 C. Isolated rains may occur at times.
Madurai will see a maximum temperature in the low to mid thirties with a possibility of Thunderstorms around.
Coimbatore will stay pleasant at 30 C, with a possible Thunderstorm.
Trichy will experience a max temp. of 34 C. Rains possible
Vellore will stay comfortable at 33 C and Thunderstorms possible during the day.