After remaining quite active in the month of October, Northeast Monsoon has taken a plunge this month. The last few days, saw some good rain activity over Tamil Nadu and Kerala. However, it has come to a halt once again.
At present, no significant weather system prevails over the South Peninsular region as of now. Due to this, northeasterly winds are prevailing over coastal areas of Tamil Nadu, South Andhra Pradesh and Kerala coast. While easterly winds are blowing over the rest parts of Southern Peninsula.
During the last 24 hours, apart from the good activity over Tamil Nadu and Kerala, few light rains were observed over Karnataka and South Andhra Pradesh as well. Going by the numbers, Kodaikanal received 7 m rains, Thiruvanathapuram 23 mm, Palayamkottai 46 mm, Kanyakumari 3 mm, Tuticorin 7 mm, Cuddalore 26 mm and Parangipettai received 39 mm rains. On the other hand, mainly dry weather prevailed over most parts of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Telangana.
In the next 24 to 48 hours, only some light activity is likely over coastal parts of Tamil Nadu. On the other hand, mainly dry weather will prevail over Telangana and North Karnataka, while isolated activity may be observed in the form of light rain and thunderstorm over extreme South Andhra Pradesh coast and adjoining South Karnataka. Cities like Hyderabad, Vishakhapatnam and Bengaluru are likely to remain dry with comfortable weather conditions.
The morning temperatures may drop marginally over these areas. Haziness will prevail during the morning hours. While no large change in temperatures is likely over the area, day temperatures may start rising gradually over most parts of the Southern Peninsula.
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