During the last few days, weather over entire southern peninsula is running dry and warm. Moreover, the weather over the state of Kerala and coastal parts of Karnataka is even warmer due to the prevalence of easterly air mass. A few coastal parts of Andhra Pradesh observed moderate foggy conditions in the early morning hours today.
As a Western Disturbance is soon approaching from Pakistan region, the seasonal anti-Cyclonic Circulation in the lower troposphere over Rajasthan is shifting eastwards and would be lying over South Chhattisgarh and adjoining region. Further, the same system would be moving over to coastal Odisha and Andhra Pradesh. This system would be providing moisture feed from Bay of Bengal to Andhra Pradesh and parts of Telangana.
Due to these moist winds, some places over Andhra Pradesh might receive light rains and thundershowers from January 27 to 29. One or two places over Telangana might also receive these rains. The intensity of this activity will remain mainly dry.
Otherwise, other parts of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka are likely to remain mostly dry and warm. Kerala and coastal parts of Karnataka will continue to experience a very warm afternoon due to the easterly air mass.
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