Due to Cyclone Fani, south-southwesterly winds were blowing over Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh coast during the last 48 hours. These winds were dry and very warm in nature, resulting in rise in temperatures over these areas. Many places like that of Chennai, Tirupati and Vellore recorded 40-plus temperatures during the last two days.
Telangana, however, was witnessing moist winds at the time of the cyclone. Due to these winds, humid weather was being experienced over these places.
As the system has now moved far off, the wind pattern is likely to convert to normal. Now, warm north-westerlies are expected to blow over Telangana and Andhra Pradesh in the next 24 hours.
A trough has already formed along the Tamil Nadu coast. Humidity will increase gradually. Light rain and thundershower are likely over many parts of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, South Karnataka and coastal Andhra Pradesh. Places like that of Chennai, Thiruvananthapuram, Mysore, Mangalore, Kochi, Kozhikode, Coimbatore and Ooty might be a witness to these upcoming rains. These rains will also affect the ongoing temperature status over the region. Now, day temperatures are likely to drop significantly over the region.
However, dry weather will continue to prevail over Telangana and rest parts.
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