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South India to remain mainly dry; few short spelled rains in Tamil Nadu

South India to remain mainly dry; few short spelled rains in Tamil Nadu

04:55 PM

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Presently, east-northeasterly winds are blowing over the southern peninsula region. Dry weather will continue to prevail over most parts of South India in the coming days. Mornings are expected to be hazy/misty with a cool and pleasant atmosphere and mainly a sunny sky during the day.

Few places of Andhra Pradesh coast may witness foggy conditions. Day will be partly cloudy yet warm at isolated places over the state with light to moderate winds blowing over the entire region.

If we talk about the state of Tamil Nadu then a few places over the south-east coastal parts of the state like that of Karaikal and Pamban are likely to receive lights rain and thundershower, in the next 24 hours. However, these rains will only last for a short duration.

Presently, Cyclonic Storm ‘Pabuk’ is heading west-northwestwards from Gulf of Thailand and is likely to reach Andaman Sea by tomorrow evening. Rainfall activity will gradually intensify over the Andaman Islands. Thereafter heavy to extremely heavy rains are expected. Strong gusty winds with speeds of 70-80 kmph reaching up till 100 kmph at times will blow over the sea and the coastline. Sea will be rough to very rough with high waves which will keep fishing activities on ban for some time as of now. These conditions will sustain up to morning of January 7, before lifeline at sea comes to track once again.

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