Isolated Rain Expected for Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu
Isolated Rain Expected for Karnataka and Tamil Nadu
The states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka have both suffered from lack of rainfall this season, but the ongoing water crisis in Cauvery has disrupted their problems. Hopes of another rain to save the region from water shortages were dashed when weather models showed the monsoon valley was entering a dormant phase.
Besides water scarcity, weak monsoons also mean that temperatures in these parts of the country are on the wrong side of the thermometer. For example, in the capital state of Karnataka, daytime temperatures over the past 24 hours were 3°C warmer than normal. And this morning, southern India is forecast to experience hot and humid weather over the next few days.
But that changed with the emergence of a valley stretching between the southern interior of Karnataka and the Komorin region across the western part of Tamil Nadu. The system, with cyclonic circulations present off the coast of northern Tamil Nadu and northern Kerala, could bring temporary calm to the region.
According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), on Monday and Tuesday 28th and 29th August, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal will see maximum moderate showers with sporadic heavy rain. (64.5 mm to 115,5 mm) are expected to fall. to become a ghost.
In Karnataka, thunderstorms and lightning are common in remote inland areas.
There will be light rain in the state capital Chennai and Bangalore. The wet season may save cities from unbearably hot days, but it is unlikely to have a significant impact on lower maximum temperatures.
The IMD issued a yellow warning for Tamil Nadu and inland Karnataka until the end of the week, urging locals to "keep informed" about the rainy season.
Due to the possibility of heavy rains in the next two days, Tamil Nadu such as Thanjavur, Tiruvarur, Nagapattinam, Mailaduthurai, Pudukottai, Ariyar, Peranbalur, Pudukottai, Sibagangai, Tiruchirapalli, Dindiguru, Teni, Madurai State districts may also issue yellow watches. Kodagu, Mysore, Chikmagalur, Hassan, Tumkur, Ramnagar, Belgaum, Bagalkot, Vidal and Koral will remain in Karnataka during the Yellow Watch.
Both southern states performed poorly in terms of August rainfall statistics. From 1 to 28 August, Karnataka recorded just 52.1mm of rainfall, a whopping 74% deficit, while Tamil Nadu improved slightly with 63.9mm. 22% of rainfall was recorded.
According to MetbeatNews Kerala also Witness Rain for next Three Days. The presence of moisture above Kerala was evident from yesterday. The ring around the moon at night was formed by the presence of a humid halo. There is also the presence of rain clouds in the Arabian Sea. It will return to south Kerala late at night. The reason for not recovering is that the wind is not currently favourable. However, there is a possibility of rain in a few southern districts. Said Metbeat Weatherman.