Bay of Bengal – Low Pressure – Update 28th November

The Low Pressure Area has now relocated as we had mentioned in our post today morning.  It now lies North East of Sri Lanka.  IMD expects this to intensify into a Well Marked Low (WML) over the next 24 hours or so. While conditions are moderately helpful for the system to intensify it still pretty […]

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Low Pressure Area Update – Will Chennai get any rains?

As expected the Low Pressure Area moved over the Sri Lankan landmass and now lies over North Sri Lanka & adjoining Bay of Bengal. Since last evening South Tamil Nadu has been receiving some good rains thanks to the Low Pressure Area moving North over Sri Lanka. Being a very disorganized disturbance from the beginning […]

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Bay of Bengal Low Pressure Area – Update November 27th

The Low Pressure Area off the Sri Lankan coast is pretty much kissing the Sri Lankan shore as we speak.  It is almost at the doors of the South East coast. The next 12 – 24 hours when the Low Pressure Area is under the influence of Land Interaction.  As it moves in a North […]

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Low Pressure Area forms In South West Bay – Expected Rainfall Pattern

As expected a Low Pressure Area has formed in South West Bay, to the South East of Sri Lanka.  The Low Pressure Area is showing some organization and convection is building up.  Places in Sri Lanka would start receiving heavy rains starting tomorrow morning, while South Tamil Nadu would start receiving rains by tomorrow evening. […]

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Bay of Bengal Disturbance – Developing Off Sri Lanka coast

Some clarity now on the possible location of the Low Pressure Area genesis.  In all probability the LPA would form South East of Sri Lanka as indicated in the map.  As things stand there is a higher probability this disturbance may move as possibly a Well Marked Low over Sri Lanka, kiss the Indian coast […]

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Bay of Bengal Disturbance Update – November 24th

As  posted in the Facebook of page of COMK the disturbance over the bay is showing good signs of organization at upper levels though at lower levels the elongated trough is a cause of concern.  The disturbance is showing dual vortex which is going to play a key role in the further road map for […]

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Bay of Bengal Disturbance Update (A Turn for the Good) – November 23rd

A probability first predicted by Chennayil Oru Mazhaikalam yesterday is evolving in the Bay of Bengal. IMD has confirmed the Upper Air Circulation off the Sumatra coast is expected to become a Low Pressure Area around November 25th.  The disturbance is developing in an area which has very good support both from the surface and […]

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Northeast Monsoon Update – 21st November

Northeast Monsoon is extremely active over South Tamil Nadu with some heavy rains and flooding reported in Tirunelveli, Thootukudi and Kanyakumari districts. A combination of Wind of Disctontinuity & Low Pressure Trough adjacent to Sri Lanka has been providing good moisture for these rains in South Tamil Nadu The rains are expected to continue for […]

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Bay of Bengal Disturbance – Update

There is a trough of low pressure between Sri Lanka and Sumatra (marked in the map) that is now under monitoring by IMD for further development. Showing a lot of vorticity it is slowly picking up in terms of Convergence and Divergence. This is creating a lot convection in the South Bay thereby providing some […]

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