In the last 24 hours, scattered moderate rains occurred over Karnataka coast, Tamil Nadu and adjoining South Andhra Pradesh coast. One or two places also witnessed heavy rains. Significant rains were observed over Agumbe which recorded 40 mm rains, Mangalore received 11 mm, Tirupathi 14 mm, Rentachintala 49 mm, Bapatla 55 mm and Madurai recorded 17 mm rains.
These rains were persisting due to the presence of a Cyclonic Circulation along Tamil Nadu and adjoining South Andhra Pradesh coast. Another Cyclonic Circulation was persisting along South Karnataka and adjoining Kerala coast.
At present, the Cyclonic Circulations have become almost insignificant. Also, the off shore Trough prevailing along the West coast has become insignificant in the last 24 hours.
Thus, rainfall activities are now likely to reduce over most parts of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. However, scattered light rains are possible over North Telangana and North Andhra Pradesh coast. One or two moderate spells cannot be ruled out.
Rains are likely to reduce significantly over Karnataka as well as Kerala. Scattered light rains are possible over coastal Karnataka, while interior parts of the state will remain mainly dry. Some spells of light rains might be witnessed in some areas of Kerala.
Almost Subdued Monsoon activities will prevail over entire Southern Peninsula. This situation to prevail over the area for next 3 to 4 days.
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