With Cyclone Titli moving away, rains have once again returned to Southern Peninsula. During the last 24 hours, moderate rains with one or two heavy spells occurred over Kerala, while scattered rains were experienced over parts of Tamil Nadu.
Now, Titli has weakened into a Depression, moving in east-northeast towards West Bengal and further to Northeast India. With this, normal flow of northeasterly winds are likely to commence. Therefore, rain activities will once again increase over Tamil Nadu and Kerala.
At present, a trough is running along the East Coast along with a cyclonic circulation over Southeast Arabian Sea. Both the systems are responsible for these ongoing rains. As per weathermen, light to moderate rains and thundershowers would continue for another 48 hours.
Initially the increase will be marginal but from October 14 many districts of Kerala and Tamil Nadu will start receiving light to moderate rains. One or two heavy spells cannot be ruled out.
Between October and December, these areas receive plenty of rain and weather remains pleasant. These scattered rain activities will continue throughout the week. We do not expect heavy to very heavy rains at any place, therefore there is no threat of flooding.
The upcoming rains will lead to the weather of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Chennai becoming pleasant yet again.
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