IMD predicts isolated rain in some parts of TN till Sep 25

Chennai, Sep 21 (IANS) The India Meteorological Division (IMD) has anticipated light to direct rain in certain pieces of Tamil Nadu, including waterfront regions and regions concluding the Western Ghats.

The IMD likewise anticipated that most pieces of the state would encounter repressed climate as South West Rainstorm turned feeble in the state. Meteorologists expressed that there was no particular framework that would prompt a huge scope precipitation in the state.

The breeze stream, as indicated by the IMD, was situated towards the low-pressure region bordering Odisha-West Bengal coasts and over the northwest Inlet of Bengal. This, as per climate division authorities, has prompted a powerless storm in Tamil Nadu during the week.

The state capital Chennai is probably going to get tempests and lighting in the following couple of days and there is probability of light to direct rains over the city.

The IMD said that the weather conditions stations in Nungambakkam and Meenambakkam recorded a limit of almost 34 degrees Celsius. The climate division authorities said that varieties in the speed of westerly breezes prompted confined downpours in certain pieces of the state.

It is to be noticed that the state needs to date got 46.1 cm of precipitation which is 62% more than the normal for the southwest rainstorm. Meteorologists additionally said that most pieces of the state have gotten overabundance precipitation in Tamil Nadu with the exception of Kannniyakumari and Karaikal.

Strangely Thoothukudi got a greatest temperature of 38.4 degree Celsius which was four degrees over the normal while Karur Paramathi recorded 35.8 degrees Celsius which was three degrees over the normal.