One of the strongest Western Disturbances of this season is on its way to provide possibly the rainiest period for India if one excludes the South West Monsooon Season. As it moves West to East crossing into India from Pakistan in the next day or two picking up intensity to [Read More]
Time to welcome the hottest season of Chennai. Winter is finally bidding farewell to Chennai. Starting from middle of this week the cool comfortable nights would be replaced by warmer nights. The minimum temperature is expected to get to about 24 / 25 degrees in the next couple of days. [Read More]
With the passing of Maha Shivratri old people talk of changing weather. North of India sees the biting cold reduce from this period as it sees a transition towards warmer days. Similarly south of India sees warmer days as a precursor to the summer. Peninsular India has seen the day [Read More]
Its that time of the year when the weak winter gives way to the long hard summer. We are in the cusp of the first change of weather for the year 2015.
Consequent to the low pressure trough Off Sri Lanka in the South West Bay, one or two places in coastal Tamil Nadu could get some isolated showers. Places in South Tamil Nadu stand a better chance of getting rains. Chennai will have on and off cloudy skies with Max temperature [Read More]
The dry weather conditions are expected to continue for Chennai. The early morning nip in the air is also expected to continue for a week or so.
Did you know Chennai has seen a minimum temperature of 15 Degrees during the month of February, Read on to know more.
In today’s Amazing Weather Facts we present a possibly never to happen again Cyclone that lasted for 31 days, yes you read it right, 31 days and covered a distance of almost 14000 kms in its journey.
In our weather facts series today we bring the Historical Perspective of Cyclones in North Indian Ocean during the month of February. Read more to find out how Post Independence India has not seen a Very Severe Cyclone during the month of February
Next in the COMK Amazing Weather facts series we bring you the World’s smallest tropical cyclone.