Southwest Monsoon which was expected to withdraw on a faster pace, got disturbed for the past few days by the two low pressure systems formed either sides of the peninsular India. Now both the system have moved away allowing the withdrawal line to extend down the latitude into south India.
Upper air cyclonic circulation persists over south TN and on the other side, Easterlies seen making an entry towards extreme parts of Bay of Bengal from east signalling the season change. Northeast Monsoon which normally set in over TN around Oct 20th with widespread showers along coastal region. This year there is a possibility of getting disturbed through west pacific typhoons. NWP MODELS are showing a full fledged strong typhoons in west pacific which may create unfavourable conditions over here in Bay of Bengal. Anyhow the conditions are getting closely monitored for any possible changes on this!!
Most parts of Tamil Nadu are expected to be dry except extreme southern Tamil Nadu districts like Kanyakumari, Tirunelveli, Tuticorin, Ramanathapuram which would see scattered thunderstorm activity.
Chennai – Dry weather expected with temp reaching max of 34c
Vellore – clear skies with temp settling near 32-33c
Madurai – partly cloudy skies expected, max temp would stay close to 34-35c.scattered showers in one or two places.
Tiruchi – day would start with clear skies leading to warm day. temp might see 34c
Coimbatore – one or two areas might see some showers with max temp 30-31c