Rains in Tamil Nadu as northeast monsoon arrives – Chennai Information


The northeast monsoon which supplies many of the annual rainfall of Tamil Nadu has touched the shores of the state, IMD Deputy Director General, Chennai, S. Balachandran advised reporters.

“The southwest monsoon has withdrawn from the entire country while the northeast monsoon has arrived in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Kerala, south Karnataka, and coastal Andhra Pradesh.”

According to the IMD, northeast monsoon will usher in thunderstorms and lightweight to reasonable rains in elements of Chennai and round within the subsequent 48 hours. Weather is cloudy round Chennai and its suburbs with rains at sure locations.

The IMD predicted thunderstorms with mild and heavy rains over Tirunelveli, Tuticorin, Ramanathapuram, Virudhunagar, Thenkasi, Madurai, and Kanniyakumari districts.

The company has additionally forecast the formation of a low-pressure space in central elements of south Bay of Bengal through the subsequent fourty eight hours resulting from a cyclonic circulation over the southeast Bay of Bengal.

The northeast monsoon is slated to usher in 438 mm of rainfall which is round 48 per cent of Tamil Nadu’s annual rainfall.

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