Chennai and Tamil Nadu Climate Forecast: Tuesday, November 26


Vanakkam! Pricey Tamil Nadu, Higher recall that previous climate proverb: Purple sky at night time, sailor’s delight: Purple sky in morning, sailor’s warning. Please preserve a be careful, as a result of there’s tons apparently about to occur as November enters its final week and December rings in.

So, a pink sky within the West at night time can imply a pair issues, relying on the shade of pink. A extra pinkish hue can portend clear, honest climate, however a deep pink sky may imply that moisture is gathering within the air, and a storm system is forming.

Within the japanese sky, a pink sky at night time can imply honest climate. And there is a little science behind it: a pink night time sky within the East could imply that the sunshine of the setting solar is passing via the low ambiance and reflecting off clouds. It’s doable that the rain has already handed!

Tamil Nadu and Puducherry are already beneath the affect of lively easterly wave circumstances with scattered to pretty widespread rainfall punctuated by remoted heavy falls being forecast for as we speak and tomorrow (Tuesday and Wednesday).

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As well as, an prolonged outlook by the India Meteorological Division, New Delhi, has already stated a low-pressure space could kind over the South Bay of Bengal and adjoining Equatorial Indian Ocean anytime through the subsequent couple of days. There’s, nonetheless, a low likelihood of it intensifying right into a melancholy over the South Bay of Bengal with gradual motion West-North-West — round Sri Lanka, Kanyakumari and into Lakshadweep, a observe made acquainted just lately by supercyclone Kyarr.

However its newest replace says a low-pressure space could kind over the South-East Arabian Sea and adjoining Equatorial Indian ocean on November 30 (Saturday). It’s prone to develop into extra marked (intensified) and transfer West-North-West (off Sri Lanka and Kanyakumari into Lakshadweep).

It could deliver pretty widespread to widespread rainfall with remoted heavy falls over Tamil Nadu and Puducherry; scattered to pretty widespread over Kerala and Rayalaseema; and remoted to scattered over South Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Lakshadweep.

The build-up to this, mixed with the easterly wave, ought to deliver heavy rainfall as we speak (Tuesday) over Coastal Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. Thunderstorms accompanied by lightning are doubtless at remoted locations over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Kerala. Squally wind with speeds reaching 40-50 km/hr (usually related to a melancholy) could prevail over the Comorin space.

As for tomorrow (Wednesday), forecasts favour heavy rainfall at remoted locations over coastal Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. Thunderstorms accompanied with lightning could roam Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Kerala.

The outlook for Thursday and Friday signifies heavy rainfall doubtless at remoted locations over Coastal Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.

Non-public forecaster Skymet Climate has stated that Chennai may anticipate a walloping throughout this weekend (Saturday and Sunday) because the North-East monsoon revs up over Tamil Nadu. A spike in rainfall could materialise over the State between tomorrow (Wednesday) and Sunday. Barring the northern components of Coastal Andhra Pradesh, all the opposite 4 meteorological subdivisions of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, South inside Karnataka and Rayalaseema will obtain good rains. The heavier rains could also be largely confined to Tamil Nadu.

An outlook by NCEP-GEFS (US Nationwide Centres for Environmental Prediction-World Ensemble Forecast System) means that the easterly wave exercise, topped up by a melancholy/cyclone, could proceed into early December with Sri Lanka and South Tamil Nadu being doubtless targets. This can be learn together with an prolonged outlook by the India Meteorological Division that has already indicated the potential for above-normal rainfall for the South Peninsula and the Andaman & Nicobar Islands between November 28 and December 4 (virtually per week beginning Thursday).





Chennai: 20% likelihood of rain

Partly cloudy circumstances through the day as we speak could flip to largely cloudy skies into the night with a number of showers after midnight. The winds will stay north-easterly blowing at 15-30 km/hr with 20 per cent likelihood of rain through the day and an improved 30 per cent into the night time. The utmost temperature anticipated through the day is 29 levels Celsius with a night-time low at 26 levels Celsius.

A greater likelihood of rain (40 per cent) is indicated for tomorrow (Wednesday) as scattered thunderstorms arrive within the afternoon with north-easterly winds holding regular at 15-30 km/hr.

Chennai Worldwide Airport (MAA/VOMM): Foggy circumstances at 9 am with winds northerly to north-easterly and temperature at 28 levels Celsius. Present disruptions counsel a mean delay of 5 minutes in arrivals and 10 minutes in departures (each on a lowering development). An IndiGo flight from Delhi had landed at 8.47 am (scheduled 9.10 am) whereas an Alliance Air from flight Coimbatore was scheduled to land at 9.20 am and SpiceJet from Mumbai at 9.22 am (scheduled 9.25 am). As for departures, there was a mean delay of 10 minutes (lowering tendency). An Etihad Airways flight to Abu Dhabi was scheduled for take off at 9.16 am (scheduled 9.15 am) and a home IndiGo flight to Bengaluru at 9.20 am.

Puducherry: 50% likelihood of rain

A partly cloudy morning could flip more and more cloudy with durations of showers within the afternoon. Most temperature anticipated to be close to 30 levels Celsius. Winds north-easterly at 15-30 km/h with an opportunity of rain at 50 per cent. Rain possibilities at night time pegged at 80 per cent. Lowest temperature close to 25 levels Celsius. Winds shall be north-easterly at 15-25 km/h.

Salem: 10% likelihood of rain

Assured dry day and night time with a temperature excessive of 31 levels Celsius and low of twenty-two levels Celsius. Partly cloudy day with east-north-easterly winds at 10-15 km/hr. Some clouds into the night time with winds mild and variable.

Coimbatore: 10% likelihood of rain

One of many driest day by day forecasts in latest instances with simply 10 per cent likelihood of rain, solar and clouds combined. Solely comfort is the mercury could not search a excessive past 29 levels Celsius. Winds easterly to north-easterly at 15-25 km/h. Barely raised 20 per cent likelihood of rain beneath partly cloudy circumstances into the night time with lowest temperature of 21 levels Celsius. Winds mild and variable.

Tiruchirappalli: 20% likelihood of rain

Mixture of solar and clouds with most day temperature of 31 levels Celsius. Winds north-easterly at 15-30 km/hr. A couple of clouds into the night time lowest temperature of 24 levels Celsius with winds north-easterly at 10-15 km/hr.

Madurai: 20% likelihood of rain

Partly cloudy skies, winds north-easterly at 15-25 km/hr with most temperature of 31 levels Celsius. Usually clear night time with a number of passing clouds. Winds north-north-easterly at 10-15 km/hr with lowest temperature of 24 levels Celsius.

Thoothukudi: 40% likelihood of rain

Like yesterday (Monday), higher likelihood of a moist day with an estimated 40 per cent likelihood of rain as pleasant easterly waves favour the South of Tamil Nadu. The outlook is for combined clouds and solar with scattered thunderstorms and a temperature excessive of 31 levels Celsius. Winds north-easterly at 15-30 km/h. Evening could flip cloudy with occasional showers and lowest temperature of 25 levels Celsius. Winds to be north-north-easterly at 15-25 km/h.

Chennai’s bloggers and Twitterati tweeted away their hopes and needs for a purported second coming of the North-East monsoon:



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