With ample indicators of a low melancholy brewing in North-Western Bay of Bengal sea, Tamil Nadu might must brace up for extra rains within the following days, reported Tamil day by day Dinamalar quoting Regional Meteorological Centre at Chennai. The middle has warned of a low melancholy formation within the Bay of Bengal on July 23.

The low melancholy will lead to heavy winds starting from 40 to 50 kilometers per hour in Tamil Nadu’s coastal districts, Gulf of Mannar, South and Central components of Bay of Bengal, Karnataka, Kerala, and Lakshadweep islands. The fishermen are warned to not enterprise into these areas within the coming days. The skies will stay cloudy in Chennai metropolis on Wednesday and reasonable showers might be anticipated in some components of town areas, the regional middle forecasted.

The middle additionally predicted heavy rains with thunderstorms and lightning to reasonable showers within the Western Ghats districts specifically the Nilgiris, Coimbatore, Theni, Dindigul, and Tenkasi districts on Wednesday. Light showers might be anticipated in some components of the state whereas dry local weather will prevail in most components of the state, the climate bulletin talked about.

Chennai and suburban areas are witnessing heavy rains and thunderstorms, particularly throughout the nights this week. Earlier on Monday night time, incessant rains resulted within the diversion of flight providers to Chennai Airport. Heavy rains with lightning and winds which began lashing town suburbs lasted from Monday night time to Tuesday morning.

Air Asia flight from Guwahati imagined to land at Chennai Airport on Monday night time couldn’t make a touchdown resulting from inclement climate. Airport authorities diverted the flight to Bengaluru Airport. The flight returned to Chennai early Monday morning. Two passenger flights and three cargo flights taking off from Chennai airport have been additionally delayed by one hour on Monday, in line with the day by day.


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