Chennai could get heavy rain from next week, say meteorologists | Chennai news

CHENNAI: The 8.6 mm rain recorded on Friday at the Meenambakkam weather station could be the start of another shower round, as meteorologists have predicted thunderstorms with light rain for the next two days. Bloggers said the rain could increase in intensity and frequency after September 20, and many parts of the state, including coastal areas like Chennai and neighboring counties, are likely to get good times.
For the next 48 hours, the IMD is forecasting thunderstorms with light rain over some areas of the city and the surrounding area, while the sky is likely to be partly cloudy. Maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to be 36 ° C and 26 ° C.
While in some places in the south of Tamil Nadu and in the delta districts, thunderstorms of varying intensity between 19th and 22nd
“This is because of the weak westerly winds that allow easterly winds to enter, which can lead to wind convergence and convection waves,” said a meteorologist.
As of June 1, Nungambakkam has recorded 503.4 mm of rain and Meenambakkam 436.9 mm, which is a surplus of 118.1 mm and 13.5 mm, respectively. The subdivision of Chennai has so far recorded 431mm for the June to September season, up from a normal 397.4mm, an 8% surplus.
Blogger Pradeep John said it was possible to rain for the last 10 days of September due to favorable wind conditions in the city and neighboring counties as well as the inner counties. “In Chennai, daytime temperatures can be around 34 ° C or 35 ° C, but the relative humidity can be high. There are rains almost daily in the evening or late at night when the convergence shifts from the inner parts of the state, ”he said.

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