Most parts of Indian subcontinent apart from southern peninsula and some parts of east India is getting filled in by the continental dry air gradually, which indicates the exit of south west Monsoon (SWM) from most parts of the country. Conditions are favorable for further withdrawal of SWM from remaining parts of east India during the next 3 days.
Meanwhile, a trough in the easterlies running from south west Bay up to west central Bay off Andhra coast may trigger some rainfall across parts of coastal Andhra Pradesh. Also, isolated parts of south TN and some parts of Kerala and Lakshadweep will experience some rains during the next 24 hours, from the westward moving
Upper Air Circulation (UAC) near Comorin area.
Chennai will see a partly cloudy sky with some haze. Maximum day time temperature will hover around 33 C.
Coimbatore to see mostly clear skies with few cloud patches. Maximum temperature will stay around 32 C.
Vellore is in for another comfortable day with day time highs just settling about 31-32 C.
Madurai will have sunny day with maximum day time high settling around the low to mid-thirties. Possibility of isolated light rains persists.
Trichy is in for a sunny day with maximum inching close to 33-34C.