The state of Tamil Nadu has been witnessing good rainfall activities for the past 24 hours or so. In fact, a few areas have also seen some heavy showers.
For instance, in the last 24 hours, Salem recorded a whopping 42 mm of rainfall, Kodaikanal saw 21 mm of rains, Atiramapattinam saw 9 mm of rains while Dharmapuri 3 mm.
Presently, a trough is extending from North Bay of Bengal from extreme South Tamil Nadu. A Cyclonic circulation is over South Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu Coast. Also, north easterlies are further strengthening making it favourable for the arrival of Northeast Monsoon shortly.
As per weathermen at Skymet Weather, rainfall activity is expected to continue over the state with West Tamil Nadu seeing heavier rains ahead. Moreover, cities of Ooty, Coonoor, Coimbatore, Dundigal are expected to see moderate to heavy rains while Chennai may also see some rainfall activities.
Not only this, other parts of Tamil Nadu will also see good rains which might increase after 24 hours. Moreover, temperatures will also see a decrease due to these rainfall activities occurring over the state.
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