Portions of South India, specifically Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Kerala, will keep on encountering wet climate conditions for the following 48 hours, i.e., November 17 and 18. According to the conjectures, boundless precipitation will win in these states as the upper east storm stays dynamic over the locale.
On Monday, secluded weighty downpours lashed the city of Chennai, prompting overwhelmed streets and traffic growls. The beachfront town saw 30-40 mm precipitation in practically all pieces of the city. An astounding 154 mm precipitation was recorded at the Tuticorin Port locale in Toothukudi region of Tamil Nadu. Indeed, even fragments of Kerala saw rainfall of around 50 mm on Monday.
According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the box (an all-encompassing, generally low-pressure region) in easterly breezes runs from Comorin region to north Coastal Tamil Nadu. Also, another box runs from the Maldives region to southeast Arabian ocean off Kerala coast in lower levels.
Affected by these climate frameworks, dispersed to genuinely broad precipitation went with tempest and lightning are familiar over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaikal and Kerala on November 17 and 18. Disengaged substantial rainfall is additionally expected over these previously mentioned places on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Attributable to the harsh climate conditions, the IMD has put a yellow watch over Tamil Nadu and Kerala for the following two days. Then, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry will keep on staying under a similar warning for the whole week. The watch encourages occupants to ‘know’ of the climate conditions.
In Kerala, the provincial met division situated in Thiruvananthapuram has set Kottayam, Ernakulam, Idukki, Malappuram, Kozhikode, and Wayanad under similar warning for the following two days.
Inside Tamil Nadu, the local met division situated in Chennai has put areas of Cuddalore, Nagapattinam, Karaikal, Tiruvarur, Thanjavur, Pudukkottai, and Ramanathapuram under the yellow watch for the following two days. All these previously mentioned places are probably going to observe disconnected substantial precipitation.
Since the start of October, Puducherry has recorded the most noteworthy measure of precipitation in the southern landmass at 305 mm, trailed by Kerala (272.3 mm), Andhra Pradesh (226.8 mm), Karnataka (187.5) and Tamil Nadu (180.7 mm).