Coastal Areas to see Rains return today

In what could bring a cheer to most of Tamil Nadu after a break for more than a week or so Northeast Monsoon is likely to show a gradual revival over the course of next few days. The Northerly winds over the past few days have not only brought an overall dry atmospheric conditions over […]

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NEM 2019 looks for Momentum

It is ironical that during Peak Northeast Monsoon time the continual discussions among weather bloggers of Chennai has been mostly about pollution with some heated debates on the origins of the current pollution episode at Chennai. At times one wonders whether has Chennai not seen pollution at all earlier and is the current reaction an […]

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Isolated Heavy Rains likely over Interior TN

Northeast Monsoon so far this year has been relatively better off for the interior areas of Tamil Nadu. The last couple of days have seen places like Madurai, Salem record good rains. In a surprising development triggered by low level convergence parts of Chennai & suburbs recorded sharp spell of rains late afternoon. While Nungambakkam […]

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Another Hot Day Ahead for Chennai

Northeast Monsoon may remain sub par over the Coastal Areas of Tamil Nadu, yesterday saw interior parts of the state get good rains at many places. In particular parts of Salem, Dharmapuri, Tiruvannamalai district recorded very good rains. Salem IMD observatory recorded more than 6 cms for the 24 hours ending today morning at 8:30 […]

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Interior TN to see moderate rains

After a few days of very dull conditions on the rain front yesterday saw the rains return over many parts of Interior Tamil Nadu. Places in Tiruchirappalli, Dindigul, Madurai, Virudhunagar, Erode & Salem districts saw isolated moderate to heavy rains bringing relief to the people at these places. Coastal areas though continue to remain under […]

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Cyclone Bulbul forms in the Bay

In what is likely to be one of the most active post monsoon cyclone seasons the first cyclone in Bay of Bengal during Northeast Monsoon season has formed near Andaman Islands. Cyclone Bulbul, a name given by Pakistan, currently lies around 350 kms to the W/NW of Mayabhunder in the North Andaman Islands. Currently lying […]

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Complex Weather Developments influencing Bay Depression

Ever since Northeast Monsoon went into an enforced break period a lot of people have been giving more than cursory glance over the East hoping the possible disturbance in Bay gives a helping hand. Weather models though has been mostly showing a NW track for what is likely to be named Cyclone Bulbul. But as […]

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Unhealthy Pollution levels to continue over Chennai

The last couple of days instead of Rains & Northeast Monsoon most of Chennai has been speaking about pollution. While it may be a matter of debate on the hows & wheres in terms of how the pollution happened over Chennai one cannot dispute the fact things have take a turn for the worse from […]

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Is NEM 2019 a Worry for Chennai already

While Northeast Monsoon continues to be in subdued mode over large parts of Tamil Nadu the last couple of days have seen a sense of panic happening not o nly among weather watchers but common pubilic as well about a possible failure of Northeast Monsoon this year. While this sense of panic is very valid […]

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Moderate rains likely over South TN

Yesterday saw a relatively quiet day over Tamil Nadu with Northeast Monsoon taking a mini break as all the action was happening over the Arabian Sea. 2019 has been turning out to be a very interesting year for weather watchers with unique events happening at non stop pace. Southwest Monsoon set new records, two simultaneous […]

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