During the last 24 hours, Tamil Nadu and adjoining Andhra Pradesh coast have seen light to moderate rains at many places. One or two places also received heavy rains.
Significant rainfall figures were recorded in Palayamkottai with 100 mm rains, Kanyakumari 38 mm, Kavali 23 mm, Nellore 15 mm, Karaikal 6 mm, Cuddalore 13 mm, Kodaikanal 11 mm while Tirupati received 3 mm rains.
These rains can be attributed to the Trough extending from East-central Bay of Bengal to Sri Lanka coast. Also, humid northeasterly winds are blowing over the East coast of India.
The morning temperatures of southern parts of Tamil Nadu have dropped during the last 24 hours, while an increase has been reported in the temperatures for South Andhra Pradesh and North Tamil Nadu.
The present situation shows that scattered light to moderate rains and thundershower activity will continue in parts of Tamil Nadu and South Andhra Pradesh coast for the next couple of days. Rain activities will remain mainly moderate over the southern parts while South Andhra Pradesh and adjoining North Tamil Nadu will receive mainly light rains. Moderate rains are likely over Coimbatore, Ooty, Madurai, Pamban, Nagapattinam and Karaikal areas while Chennai, Vellore and Ongole will receive mainly light rains. The northern parts of Andhra Pradesh coast will remain mainly dry with a partly cloudy sky.
At the same time, Telangana and Hyderabad will remain dry with a partly cloudy sky. Mainly comfortable weather will prevail over here.
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