Thoothukudi and Thoothukudi Port led the stations in Tamil Nadu received heavy to very large rain in the course of the 24 several hours ending yesterday (Tuesday) morning with rainfall quantities of 10 cm and 9 cm, respectively, in accordance to the Chennai Meteorological Centre of India Meteorological Section (IMD).

Between other centres recording reasonable to rainfall incorporate Vathalai Anaicut, Labbaikudikadu and Thuvakudi (3 cm each and every) Agaram Seegoor, Budalur, Srimushnam, Tiruchendur, Vepur, Viralimalai and Manapparai (2 cm each and every). A temperature-friendly trough from an erstwhile reduced-strain has been hanging minimal around Tamil Nadu yesterday (Tuesday) but has moved absent off to Kerala coast this (Wednesday) early morning.

A couple of others expert light-weight rainfall of 1 cm each, which include over Tozhudur, Veppanthattai Palavidithi, Pelandurai, Neyveli, Tiruchirapalli Airport, Musiri, Ayyampettai, Samayapuram, Sankarapuram, Sendurai, Ponmalai, Eraiyur, Parangipettai, Kulithalai, Grand Anaicut, Thanjai Papanasam, Jayamkondam, Mangalapuram, and Thammampatti.

Rain for Kerala, pieces of Karnataka

The IMD nationwide centre in New Delhi said a cylonic circulation persists in excess of the South-East Arabian Sea off the Kerala coast as does a trough from there to the Konkan coast across Coastal Karnataka, getting moved in from Tuesday’s Gulf of Mannar-North Tamil Nadu coastline alignment.

The trough will continue on to facilitate confluence of winds and established up a moist spell above Kerala and adjoining Kerala for the following several days. Easterly winds from the Bay and north-westerlies from the Arabian Sea will interact to oversee this spell.

The IMD has forecast isolated/scattered light to moderate rain/thundershowers more than Kerala and Mahe for the duration of the next five days, and in excess of Coastal and South Interior Karnataka in the course of the following three times.

Hailstorms for Maharashtra

Isolated light-weight/reasonable rain with thunderstorms, lightning and gusty winds may perhaps persist around Maharashtra, Gujarat, East Rajasthan and West Madhya Pradesh till tomorrow (Thursday). Isolated hailstorms may split out about North Madhya Maharashtra and adjoining Marathawada currently (Wednesday).

The US Nationwide Centres for Environmental Prediction persists with the outlook for intermittent showers for Kerala, Coastal Karnataka, and areas of Tamil Nadu into the 3rd week of March with chance of key exercise developing above the South-East Bay of Bengal to the conclusion of this time period.

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March 09, 2022