As no significant weather system prevails over the area, no significant rains are being observed by Kerala as well as South Karnataka in the last few days. However, northeasterly winds blowing all the way from Bay of Bengal have led to some rains over both the states during the last 24 hours.
During the last 24 hours, Kerala has received light to moderate rains, while isolated places over Karnataka received light rains.
Going by the data, Vellore has recorded 28 mm rains, Kozhikode 17 mm, Kannur 28 mm, Thiruvananthapuram 3 mm while Hassan received 7 mm rains.
Similar weather system will continue to give easterly moist and warm winds over the interior regions for the next few days. The rain intensity will remain mainly light to moderate over parts of Kerala and adjoining coastal Karnataka. These moderate rains might be witnessed by Kochi, Kozhikode and Palayamkottai. While other stations like the interior parts of South Karnataka, Shimoga and Gadag will receive mainly light rainfall activity.
Dry weather will prevail over other parts of Karnataka including the cities of Gulbarga and Raichur.
Winds along the coastal Bay will remain moderate with a speed of around 20 to 30 kmph. Day temperatures will be close to the normal.
In fact, the present situation shows that Northeast Monsoon over Kerala, and Karnataka will remain mainly inactive and might end at a ‘marginally below normal’ note.
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