Chennai is the capital city of Tamil Nadu. Located on the Coromandel Coast off the Bay of Bengal, it is considered as the biggest cultural, economic and educational center in South India. It is also known as the ‘Detroit of South Asia’ for its automobile industry.
The capital city has been witnessing dry and warm weather conditions for quite a long time now. Rains have actually abated the region. This could be attributed to the absence of any significant weather system over and around the region that could have given some rainfall.
As per Skymet Weather, now also, no substantial weather system is expected to develop in the vicinity of Chennai that may bring some break from the prevalent aridity throughout the area.
Weathermen anticipate dry air mass to maintain its clutch over the area, causing warm weather conditions, leading to discomfort and unease among the inhabitants.
The sky condition is expected to remain partly cloudy over the Tamil Nadu capital. Day temperatures are expected to remain around 32°C, while the minimums will range between 21 and 23°C. These weather conditions will prevail during the next three to four days.
The entire Tamil Nadu including Chennai mainly remains dry during February. In fact, the monthly average rainfall stands at a mere 3.4 mm.
Last of all, not just Tamil Nadu, but Southern Peninsula as a whole have been reeling under dry and warm weather conditions.
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