Due to an upper air circulation close to the city, Chennai and its suburbs are expected to receive light to moderate rainfall during the next two days. For the past three days, Chennai has had lovely weather with partially cloudy skies.
For at least the next three days, the Regional Meteorological Centre, Centre, predicts nice weather with a gloomy sky and below-average temperatures. The Meteorological Centre predicted partly overcast conditions with mild rainfall for the next five days in its seven-day weather forecast for Chennai. Thunderstorms in the city and suburbs are also a possibility.
An upper air circulation above the north Tamil Nadu coast and interior districts are responsible for the lovely weather.
The highest temperature is expected to be around 36-38 degrees Celsius, with the minimum temperature being around 27-28 degrees Celsius, according to the MeT’s weather report.
On Monday, the sky was gloomy in the morning and then bright and sunny in the afternoon. In Nungambakkam and Meenambakkam, temperatures were around 34.1 degrees Celsius and 34.8 degrees Celsius, respectively.
Due to an upper air circulation close to the city, the weather service has forecast mild to moderate rain over the next two days. Showers are expected in a few spots, and maximum temperatures may be below normal through the end of the week, according to meteorological experts.
Some regions of the city and suburbs may see light to moderate rainfall, and the sky may remain partly cloudy for the next 48 hours. According to an official from the IMD, “This is owing to the presence of upper air circulation (UAC) above the north Tamil Nadu coast and interior areas. The circulation is a relic of cyclone Asani, which weakened and drifted south last week.” (sic)
The UAC is predicted to travel into Kerala on Tuesday, according to a private weather blogger. As a result of the wind convergence, there is a risk of rain till May 19.