The Low pressure areas over the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal continues to persist. Meanwhile, conditions continue to be favorable for the onset of North East Monsoon rains over the southern peninsular region around the 28th of October. Under the influence of the Low Pressure system in the Bay, parts of Tamil Nadu and adjoining regions will experience rains. Fishermen are advised not to venture into sea along coastal TN and Lakshadweep owing to rough seas and bad weather in deep sea areas.The extreme north of India will see rains/snow associated with an active Western Disturbance in the region.
Chennai will remain mostly cloudy with rains occasionally at isolated parts of the city. Maximum will stay close to 32 C. Humid conditions will persist.
Coimbatore could remain partly cloudy with a day time high hovering around 32 C
Madurai will see cloudy skies with day time maximum settling in the low to mid thirties. Isolated pockets can see some rainfall activity.
Vellore will stay pleasant with partly cloudy skies with a day time max. inching to 32 C
Trichy to remain partly cloudy with a chance of few isolated showers. Maximum temperature will stay around 33 C