Chennai: The Chennai Rains have forecast heavy rains in North Tamil Nadu today as it did in Thoothukudi yesterday.
The northeast monsoon is intensifying in Tamil Nadu. A third depression is expected to hit Tamil Nadu this week as it has already hit two depressions. But the Center for Meteorology said that the atmospheric overlay formed in the southwestern Bay of Bengal will not become part of the cyclone.
Rather it will remain part of the barometric depression. However, the meteorological office said that the coastal areas in Tamil Nadu will receive heavy rainfall.
Heavy rains to continue .. Red alert for 5 districts including Nellai and Thoothukudi today!
Heavy rains lashed the districts of Thoothukudi and Nellai yesterday as the atmospheric overlay circulation in the south-western Bay of Bengal was locked in one place. In this situation, the Chennai Raines website has posted a description of where it will rain in Tamil Nadu today. In it, the previous low-lying area, low-lying area, how the low-lying areas gave the heaviest rainfall in some places as well as this time in Thoothukudi received heavy rainfall.
Heavy rains lashed several parts of Thoothukudi yesterday for several hours. 20 cm of rain fell in several parts of the district in a few hours. Chennai received heavy showers on the 7th, Delta districts on the 10th, Kumari, Nellai, Tenkasi on the 13th, 14th, Pondicherry, Cuddalore and Villupuram on the 18th.
Indian Meteorological Center
The Indian Meteorological Department has announced that the atmospheric overcast cycle currently developing in the Bay of Bengal near Sri Lanka will not form a depression. Instead, the Indian Meteorological Department has forecast that the atmospheric mantle circulation from south China to the Bay of Bengal will turn into a depression in the southeast in the next few days. Heavy rains are expected in the Bay of Bengal now, regardless of atmospheric circulation or low pressure.
Name does not matter
Even though the atmosphere is overcast, it is going to rain heavily due to its strength. Its strength is the most important factor in determining rainfall. We have seen some storms go by without any damage before. We are seeing low-lying areas like 92b giving the most rainfall. That’s still the case.
It is important to test whether there are elements in the atmospheric overlay circulation that cause heavy rainfall. It is noteworthy that this northeast monsoon season received similarly heavy rainfall in many places due to the circulation of the atmospheric overlay. The heavy rains that fell in Thoothukudi yesterday are no exception. Similarly today in northern Tamil Nadu too heavy rain due to atmospheric circulation
Thus, there is a chance of heavy rain in some places between Chennai and Cuddalore tonight and tonight. We can say for sure exactly where this heavy rain will fall. This is the turn for Chennai as it rained in Thoothukudi. Similarly, due to the dry line thunderstorm, there is a chance of heavy rain in northern Tamil Nadu today and tomorrow.
Chennai and suburbs will receive heavy rainfall from this evening. This will continue until tomorrow. Due to this, there is a possibility of water stagnation in some places in Chennai depending on the amount of rain, said Chennai Raines.
Weather Report: North Tamilnadu and Chennai to get heavy rains says Chennai Rains site.