At present, very warm and humid weather is prevailing over Tamil Nadu including its capital city- Chennai. In fact, some pockets of the state are experiencing hot weather conditions.
The reason for such conditions over the state can be attributed to an upper air Trough which is extending from Rayalaseema up to Comorin region. Moreover, winds coming from the Bay of Bengal are feeding moisture. Due to these systems, the residents of the state will experience uneasy afternoons in the coming days.
However, some relief is expected in the weather conditions of northwestern parts of the state. This is because rain and thundershower activities are possible over some places like Dharmapuri, Krishnagiri, Udhagamandalam, Coonoor, Coimbatore and Madurai during the next 24 hours. These activities will be accompanied with strong winds.
On the contrary, remaining parts of the states will continue to experience dry and uneasy weather conditions. The city of Chennai will experience very warm and uneasy weather with high humidity levels. However, nights will be comfortable due to breezy conditions. The sky conditions will be partly cloudy, with day temperatures settling between 38℃ and 41℃.
The coastal areas of the state will record maximums close to 36℃, while southern coastal areas will record temperature in the range of 34℃ to 35℃. On the other hand, eastern coastal parts will settle their maximums between 36℃ and 39℃.
Further, during the next two to three days, similar weather conditions will continue with humidity levels increasing gradually over the state.
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