For the period of the last 24 hours, Kerala recorded surplus rains by 115%. In fact, moderate to heavy rains have been enduring over the state including regions like Kochi that reported rains to the tune of 75 mm, Kozhikode 43 mm, Alappuzha 43 mm, Kannur 40 mm, Kottayam 39 mm and Punalur 24 mm.
Now, a cyclonic circulation is seen over South Coastal Karnataka and adjoining area. Moreover, the off shore trough is running from Coastal Karnataka to Kerala. Therefore, we can expect the Monsoon to remain active over Kerala including places like Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi, Kozhikode, Alappuzha, Kannur and Kottayam, giving fairly widespread moderate rain with isolated heavy falls during the next two to three days.
In the course of the first week of July, Southwest Monsoon showed signs of fading over the state, nevertheless these current heavy showers aided in improving the rainfall data over Kerala. At present, the state has received excess rains by 4%.
In addition to the rainfall, the maximum temperatures are likely to remain in the mid-30s, leading to comfortable days; while minimums are most anticipated to settle in the low 20s, resulting in pleasant nights. The sky is also expected to remain cloudy to overcast.
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