In the last 24 hours also, moderate rains were observed in patches. The city of Vizag also known as Vishakhapatnam received 14 mm rains. Also, the minimum temperatures have dropped marginally over Telangana and Rayalaseema.
A lower level Anti-Cyclone is seen over South Chhattisgarh and adjoining areas. Northerly cool winds are meeting warm winds over the coast of Andhra Pradesh and adjoining areas. Thus, there are possibilities of thundercloud development in parts of Coastal Andhra Pradesh and adjoining extreme parts of Tamil Nadu in the next 24 hours. Rains are also expected at one or two places.
A change will ensue when mainly northeasterly winds will start blowing over North Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu coast. Rain activities will decrease over most parts. Though isolated rain activities might continue to occur over extreme South and extreme North of Tamil Nadu. Whereas dry weather will prevail over rest parts of Telangana, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.
Due to the changing winds, most parts of South India are likely to witness increased temperatures and remain very warm. After 24 hours, as northerly winds are likely to blow over the region, the minimums will start rising.
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