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Fresh low pressure area in Bay to revive Northeast Monsoon

Fresh low pressure area in Bay to revive Northeast Monsoon

11:57 AM

RAin in South IndiaAfter remaining subdued for the last few days, Northeast Monsoon is all set to revive again. All thanks to the fresh weather system brewing in south Gulf of Thailand.

According to Skymet Weather, the low pressure area is most likely to move in westerly direction towards Andaman Sea by November 22 or 23.

With the long sea travel left for the low pressure area, chances of further intensification of the low pressure cannot be ruled. However, we have to wait and watch and closely follow the system for further development.

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We can now expect rains to pick up pace leading to Andaman and Nicobar Islands after the next 24 hours. In fact, the approaching system has already started affecting the weather over northern parts of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

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Thereafter, the system would continue its westward journey towards Tamil Nadu coast. Weathermen expect rains to return over many coastal districts of Tamil Nadu by November 30. Chennai is also likely to see another spell of good rains during this period.

Initially, southern parts of the state would record moderate to heavy showers. However, by December 1-2, many parts of start would start recording moderate to heavy showers. As a result, Chennai may once again witness some flooding and traffic jams.

Meanwhile, intensity of rains over interior parts of Tamil Nadu would be comparatively less.

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