The last few days have seen suppressed weather prevail over South India, influenced by the High Pressure Zone sitting over southern parts of Indian Sub Continent. This has meant clear skies with not much moisture in the atmosphere creating rather dry relatively less humid hot afternoons across the region and cool mornings as well.
For the next couple of days similar conditions are likely to persist over the region with mostly dry weather to prevail. Interior areas will remain hot though temperatures may stay near normal with places like Karur / Tiruttani & Salem being the hottest places of the state. Though coastal areas like Chennai may benefit from Sea Breeze, the High Pressure Area would mean the incursion of dry Easterlies thereby making it less likely for temperatures to drop drastically after the incursion of sea breeze. Similarly humidity will remain abnormally low during the afternoons resembling interior weather than coastal weather.
Until fourth week of March any prospect of signification rainfall looks unlikely as things stand. Based on how things evolve we will be making a detailed post on what to expect on the rain front on a slightly longer scale for the days to come