May 27, 2024


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Today’s weather: Depression stays put, but sustains rain over Tamil Nadu

An ‘orange’ inform carries on to be valid for Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaikal and South Kerala and a ‘yellow’ inform for Lakshadweep for right now (Saturday) a working day following a remnant depression from erstwhile cyclone ‘Burevi’ remained stationary more than the Gulf of Mannar. It is predicted to keep anchored in the waters via the working day, even though being ready to kick up a good deal of rain.

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Parts of North Tamil Nadu, together with Chennai, have been reporting rain from the morning with the Regional Meteorological Centre, Chennai, predicting average rain more than elements of the metropolis till past someday following noon even as other parts may stay generally cloudy. The Chennai weather conditions bloggers have been tweeting the developments as the working day wore on (please see down below).

Rains proceed in Tamil Nadu

Parts of South Tamil Nadu also have been given rainfall till early this morning with Manimuthar (five.2 cm) Tirunelveli (four.6 cm) Sattankulam ( cm) and Kayathar (three.four cm), apart from Lalpet in Cuddalore district (four.three cm) being key beneficiaries. Convective clouds rose tall more than Ramanathapuram, Thoothukudi, Tirunelveli, Kanniyakumari, Tenkasi, Theni, Sivagangai and Pudukkottai districts which experienced recorded disproportionately lessen rain during the final two-three days though it experienced rained greatly more than the North.

Tall clouds ended up on display also more than Nagapattinam, Karaikal, Mayiladuthurai, Cuddalore and Villupuram districts. These have the opportunity to lead to major rainfall at isolated areas more than this region, which should be presently beneath the grip of varyingly major spells sort this morning.

Depression remains locked in

In the meantime, India Meteorological Division (IMD), Delhi, mentioned that the depression remained virtually stationary during the past 33 hrs and was found this morning more than the Gulf of Mannar about forty km South-West of Ramanathapuram and 70 km West-South-West of Pamban, with wind speeds of a considerably-lowered forty-fifty km/hr gusting to 60 km/hr. The IMD expects it to stay stalled more than the exact region though weakening into a nicely-marked small-force space by the evening.

This may not noticeably affect its rain making ability and the IMD has forecast major to quite major rainfall at isolated areas Tamil Nadu and Puducherry right now and tomorrow (Saturday and Sunday). Weighty rainfall is also predicted South Kerala and Mahe right now though it would be major to quite major more than Kerala on Sunday. Weighty to quite major rainfall is possible more than Lakshadweep on both right now and tomorrow.

Significant winds, rough seas

Squally winds with wind speeds reaching forty-fifty km/hr gusting to 60 km/hr may prevail more than the Gulf of Mannar and adjoining South-West Bay of Bengal, and the Ramanathapuram, Thoothukudi, Tirunelveli and Kanniyakumari in South Tamil Nadu into tonight and minimize thereafter.

Strong winds of 35-45 km/hr in speed gusting to fifty five km/hr may blow more than the Lakshadweep, Maldives and Comorin space the South-East Arabian Sea and alongside and off the South Kerala coastline on Saturday and Sunday. Fishermen are suggested not to venture into Gulf of Mannar and adjoining South-West Bay alongside and off the South Tamil Nadu coastline right now. They may not venture into the Lakshadweep, Maldives and Comorin space the South-East Arabian Sea and alongside and off South Kerala coastline on both Saturday and Sunday.

Here’s how the weather conditions bloggers in Chennai saw the scenario evolving more than Tamil Nadu: