A cyclonic circulation lies above South-East Bay of Bengal and is really likely to transfer west-northwestwards towards Tamil Nadu coastline all through following four-five days. A trough operates from the cyclonic circulation to the Tamil Nadu coastline.

Light to moderate scattered/quite widespread rainfall is likely above Karnataka, Kerala, Mahe, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal all through the following five days. Isolated hefty rainfall is likely above Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal all through this period of time following and above Kerala and Mahe on two days on Thursday and Friday.

Chilly wave above North

Isolated really hefty rainfall has also been forecast above Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal on these two days, India Meteorological Department (IMD) claimed this (Monday) early morning.

Meanwhile above North-West India, nil western disturbance action and associated heat has initiated a chilly spell with the IMD predicting chilly wave disorders above Punjab, Haryana and north Rajasthan all through the following two days just before lifting.

As predicted in these columns on Sunday, dense to moderate fog distribute out in isolated pockets above the plains of West Bengal and Sikkim while shallow fog prevailed above isolated pockets above Jammu & Kashmir. Visibility was lessened to five hundred metre or less at Cooch Behar (50 metre) Gangtok (200 metre) and Srinagar (five hundred metre).

Temperature developments

A in-depth outlook claimed that no considerable alter is expected in minimal (night) temperatures above most sections of North-West India all through the following two days followed by a gradual increase by two-3 Deg Celsius thereafter. Night time temperatures may possibly slide by two-four deg Celsius underneath cloudless skies above Madhya Pradesh all through following two days with no considerable alter thereafter.

A slide in minimal temperatures by two-four deg Celsius is indicated above East India and Gujarat state also all through the following 3-four days but no considerable alter above Maharashtra all through following two days nevertheless they could slide by two-3 deg Celsius thereafter. No considerable alter in minimal temperatures is expected above the rest sections of the nation all through following four-five days.

Shallow to moderate fog

Shallow to moderate fog at isolated destinations likely above North-Wast India all through this period of time. An extended outlook for November 27 to 29 indicated the risk of quite widespread to widespread mild to moderate rainfall above the South Peninsula with isolated hefty falls above north Tamil Nadu and adjoining South Coastal Andhra Pradesh.

The 24 several hours ending this (Monday) early morning saw hefty rainfall above East Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Yanam. A useful trough operates from a persisting nicely-marked lower-pressure location above West-Central and adjoining South-West Arabian Sea to North Maharashtra coastline.