Southwest Monsoon officially has come to an end with an overall deficit of 14% in comparison to long term average rainfall. East & Northeast India ended up as the region with least negative anomaly of 8% less than normal rainfall while Northwest India ended up the worst region at 17% [Read More]
With Northeast Monsoon around the corner the rainfall pattern would shift to early morning rains. In order to provide a better representation of the evolving weather picture we will try to post the expected events for the day the previous day evening from today. We hope this would be beneficial [Read More]
Yesterday afternoon saw isolated places in Chennai get rains in the afternoon with Kolapakkam roughly 3 kms to the west of Chennai Airport got 24 mm rains with areas like Anna Nagar, Madhavaram and parts of West Tambaram also getting rains.
Last night saw heavy rains lash the districts of Perambalur, Trichy, Namakkal, Salem & Karur Districts with Chettykulam in Perambalur district recording 117 mm rains while Yercaud near Salem recorded 101 mm rain till 3:30 in the morning.
Yesterday saw good rains in the areas near Namakkal, Theni, Tirukoilur and a few places in the Delta region. North Tamil Nadu saw a fairly dry day except for some rains over Arani / Kanchipuram. Few coastal areas in Chennai received passing showers early in the morning.
Last night saw the North & Western suburbs of Chennai receive spells of midnight rains. Areas like Madhavaram, Puzhal, Anna Nagar got heavy spells of rains. Ennore Port recorded 14 mm while HVF Avadi recorded 11 mm.
Last night saw heavy rains lash most parts of Western Tamil Nadu with areas around Dharmapuri, Erode, Namakkal districts. Mallasamudram in Namakkal district received 80 mm rains of which 79 mm fell in a 3 hour spell starting from 8 PM.
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Dry Weather prevailed over most parts of Tamil Nadu except for some isolated thunderstorms in one or two places. Chennai had a fairly clear day as well with the early sea breeze keeping temperature under check.
Yesterday saw dry weather prevail over pretty much most of Peninsular India with practically little moisture over almost entire South India during the day ensuring rains were a mirage for most in the region.