Mr. Agni is on full flow across the country with many places clocking 45 Degrees in the Central India. Chennai has seen 40 Degrees for the last two days.
It has been three consecutive days of Max temperature of the day being broken for Chennai this week. While Nungambakkam touched 39.1⁰, Meenambakkam was scorching at 39.6⁰ Degrees. Chennai Summer is expected to notch up another gear on Friday, be aware Chennaities, tomorrow could potentially see Kathiri show its true [Read More]
Mr. Summer has been trying to compensate for the time he lost out to the rainy days last week and is now on steroids mode to blazing glory.
Chennai Summer rebounds in style after the effects of UAC wanes away. Today saw the highest temperature of the year for Nungambakkam at 37.8⁰ C, scoring the first century in Fahrenheit terms 100.4⁰ F.
Thanks to the disturbances in Arabian Sea & Bay of Bengal over the last one week Chennai had forgotten what Kathiri was. Moderate day time temperature and pleasant night temperatures meant we had almost thought summer was over for us. With now the effect of these disturbances pretty much negligible [Read More]
With a fortnight gone in May we are still to experience hot summer in the strictest sense thanks to benevolent nature in the form of UAC not only negating the impact of Summer but providing rainfall to many places of South India.
The last few days has seen rains for most parts of Tamil Nadu thanks to the UAC over Arabian Sea that was expected to descend to a low. Thanks to not so conducive conditions the Low did not materialize, the UAC is now expected to fade away for the next [Read More]
The Upper Air Circulation off Kerala Coast is providing Chennai Rain Opportunity once again. Like Yesterday the city is expected to receive some showers today as well.
Last couple of days have seen some intense discussions among weather bloggers on the current Upper Air Circulation off the Sri Lankan coast with various weather models predicting scenarios beyond the realm of imagination. Finally there is some clarity emerging with a low Pressure Arabian Sea expected to form in [Read More]
The UAC off the Sri Lankan coast is expected to develop into a Low Pressure in Bay of Bengal area by IMD around 13th. While the development of the low is pretty much now a very firm possibility the future evolution of things from there is anybody’s guess.