Fluctuating temp. trend to continue for another day or so

The winter this year has been sub par across Peninsular India with no major cold spell so far. With just a couple of days left for last week of February to come in chances for any cold spell further on looks less likely. The last few days have seen relatively cool mornings along the coast […]

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Southwest Monsoon, Chennai’s Unsung Hero – A COMK Long Term Rainfall Analysis

Weather Bloggers of Chennai always look forward to Northeast Monsoon the extremely erratic NEM though can take a leaf out of the Southwest Monsoon a true Unsung Hero for Chennai. A COMK analysis of Long term Rainfall trend since 1901

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Early Summer for West Interior TN – COMK LRF

Yesterday in a precursor to the upcoming Summer many parts of Tamil Nadu saw abnormally warm day with places like Salem recording more than 5°C above average temperature. Both IMD observatories in Chennai recorded highest temperature during January in more than a decade. Salem saw an increase of 4 degrees while Palayamkottai recorded more than […]

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Cold Winter Morning likely over Interior TN

It is an understatement to say North India has been seeing a fairly strong winter this year with the regular arrival of Western Disturbances modulating the weather pattern often over the Indian Sub Continent. To the contrary South of Vindhyas has been mostly sub par winter with even interior parts of Peninsular India not seeing […]

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Dip in Min. Temperatures likely during Weekend

This year has seen a very sub par winter so far over the southern parts of Peninsular India. Even places in the Deccan Plateau region over Rayalaseema, North Interior Tamil Nadu & South Interior Karnataka have been seeing above average night time temperatures. Around Pongal we had couple of days where the minimum temperatures were […]

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Dry Weather ahead for Tamil Nadu

As Pongal festivities were winding down yesterday saw rains return over many parts of Tamil Nadu. In particular few places in Delta district recorded moderate rains which has created a new worry for those farmers who have been waiting for Pongal festivities to complete before they start their harvesting activities for the season. Tiruchirappalli AP […]

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Is Intense Cyclones The New Order ???

Why did cyclones like Gaja / Vardah intensify much more than what models initially estimated? Why did Arabian Sea throw abnormally high number of cyclones last year? Are these related to Climate Change / Global Warming? As Weather enthusiasts we constantly need to ask questions in our quest to learning. The weather bloggers of Chennai […]

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