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Now back to the Weather front, the Low Pressure over North Peninsular India continues to persist lying over Telengana & adjoining Chhattisgarh. Today we are likely to see heavy rains over parts of Maharashtra around the Marathwada region. One or two places could record very heavy rains as well along the Telengana border as well. Due to the moisture drag we could see heavy rains around the Ghats of Konkan region of Goa & Maharashtra as well.
Dry weather conditions are likely to continue for most of Tamil Nadu with the possibility of some isolated thunderstorms over North Coastal Tamil Nadu between Chennai & Pondicherry. With strong westerlies it is likely to be a hot day for most parts of the state. In particular the southern parts of the state could see day time maximum temperature stay around 38 degrees as has been the case for the last few days.
The strong Westerlies are likely to impact the movement of sea breeze front as well with possibly the sea breeze struggling to move inland like yesterday. This could influence the potential for thunderstorms development in the coastal areas as well.
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