A weak easterly wave is expected to impact South Tamil Nadu in the days to come. Weekend could see some isolated rains for South Tamil Nadu. The districts of Tirunelveli & Kanyakumari could see some decent spells of rains along with the places adjoining the Western Ghats in the interior [Read More]
The last couple of days has seen a marked increase in the day time temperatures for Chennai. Nungambakkam saw 35.1 Degrees on Saturday & Sunday, while Meenambakkam crossed 36 degrees. Vellore has crossed 38 degrees as well and is inching towards the first 40 Degrees day time temperature of the [Read More]
Today saw the warmest day of the year so far for Chennai. The next couple of days are going to see an increase in day time temperature for Chennai consequent to the absence of strong surface level easterlies.
In the days to come North Tamil Nadu is expected to see an increase in day time temperature. Places in the interior especially around Vellore / Tirupathur etc is expected to touch around 38 Degrees by weekend / early next week. Day time temperature in Chennai would continue to [Read More]
Regular followers in the COMK Facebook page would have seen our post about the highest temperature of the year clocked in Chennai today.
Thanks to the low pressure trough over the Bay many places in South Tamil Nadu and western interior Tamil Nadu received fairly good spells of rains. On and off rains are expected today, though it would be more isolated and of lesser intensity compared to the weekend rains.
As expected South Tamil Nadu has started receiving rains thanks to the low level circulation south west of Kerala. Places like Madurai etc received a heavy spell of rains today evening. Places adjoining the Western Ghats in the districts of Kanyakumari & Tirunelveli also has been receiving spells of rains [Read More]
With the easterly rains a fair possibility now its time to put out the rainfall update that’s expected from the low pressure trough over the South Bay.
As the Easterly season winds down in the days to come, Tamil Nadu would start to see warmer days this week. It would be pretty much dry for most of Tamil Nadu except for may be one or two places in the Western Ghats and the Kanyakumari district. The day [Read More]
The phrase Hot, Hotter & Hottest is commonly used to refer Chennai’s weather. Though it is an unfortunate truth does that mean Chennai does not have a spring season at all?