June 13, 2024

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Easterly wave may bring rain to most of South Peninsula

Scattered to fairly widespread rain/thundershowers will arrive again to Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaikal, Kerala, Mahe and Lakshadweep in excess of the South Peninsula and possible maintain an powerful spell of rain and thundershowers as component of the revival of the North-East monsoon into the weekend and the following.

Far more geographical region than earlier expected might get impacted by the rain-laden easterly wave with the damp spell having extended in excess of the more substantial South Peninsula. Easterly waves move speedy and straight across the Bay of Bengal, and generally are recognised to target Tamil Nadu and Kerala, apart from Sri Lanka to the South.

 

Large falls for Tamil Nadu, Puducherry

India Meteorological Division (IMD) claimed this (Tuesday) morning that isolated significant falls are possible in excess of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal from Wednesday to Saturday. It also saw scope for further improve in the rainfall activity with the probability of significant to extremely significant falls lover Tamil Nadu on Sunday and Monday.

An extended IMD outlook claimed that the significant rain session might last till Tuesday, with fairly widespread to widespread rain/thundershowers in excess of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaikal, Kerala and Mahe isolated significant to extremely significant falls in excess of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal and scattered to fairly widespread in excess of Lakshadweep and the Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

Large weather for Sri Lanka, as well

Somewhere else, isolated rain/thundershowers are predicted in excess of South Interior Karnataka, Rayalseema, Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Yanam. Sri Lanka to the South would also witness significant weather as is regular with easterly waves, with north-easterly winds in excess of the seas all over the island speeding up to of twenty-30 km/hr on Tuesday.

The Sri Lanka Meteorological Division claimed that wind speeds speed up to 40 km/hr at periods in excess of the seas extending from Trincomalee to Colombo via Jaffna, Mannar and Puttalam. The sea affliction together and off Trincomalee to Colombo via Jaffna, Mannar, and Puttalam will be ‘fairly rough’ (wave heights of eight-twenty ft) at periods.

The expected uptick in the fortunes of the North-East monsoon saw the Chennai bloggers get to the tweeting their variations on the evolving situation as follows:

ChennaiRains (COMK) on Twitter

“#COMK #Climate Update for the working day as average #Rains possible to return in excess of Coastal #TamilNadu, especially all over delta districts. Isolated spots in between #Cuddalore &amp Vedaranyam could see significant spells because of to dryline #Thunderstorms. #NEM2020 #COMK https://t.co/o3oPD7aah3”

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ChennaiRains (COMK) on Twitter

“#Climate Products suggest Easterlies to slowly and gradually return from nowadays in excess of the Bay. This could get the #Rains to return in excess of Coastal #TamilNadu for a number of times starting off tomorrow night time / early Wednesday. The stretch in between #Pondicherry &amp Delta might get the heavier spells. #COMK #NEM2020”

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