During the last 24 hours, isolated light rain has been observed in the interior parts of the South Peninsula. Light rainfall was also observed in Tamil Nadu like Dharmapuri, Vishakhapatnam, Anandpur and Chitradurga.
At present, the Northern Limit of Monson (NLM) is still persisting across Kerala and parts of Tamil Nadu towards northeastern states across the Bay of Bengal. Though the conditions are favourable for Monsoon rains along the West Coast, they remain weak over Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh region as of now.
As the conditions are not yet favourable for Monsoon onset over more areas of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, no significant rains are expected in these areas. Mainly, scattered light rains are expected along North Andhra Pradesh coast, North Telangana, isolated pockets of South Tamil Nadu and the Nilgiri area. Rainfall activity will further reduce over North and South Karnataka.
However, a Low-Pressure Area is expected to form over the North Bay of Bengal and adjoining Bangladesh, which may help in pulling the southwesterly winds over the Bay of Bengal as well as over Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.
At present, hot and humid weather is prevailing along the Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu coast. Temperatures are still being recorded more than 40°C in many parts of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and North Tamil Nadu.
The westerly flow of winds will continue in the region for the next 24 hours. The weather along the Andhra Pradesh coast will remain uneasy and humid for a couple of days more.
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