Chennai: Change in rain pattern expected from Saturday

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Published Sep 14, 2017, 7:11 am IST
Updated Sep 14, 2017, 7:11 am IST
Meanwhile, the temperature is also expected to increase in the next two to three days.
Winds blowing from southeast from Arabian Sea due to the upper air circulation would result in a change in the pattern, said weather experts (Representational Image)
 Winds blowing from southeast from Arabian Sea due to the upper air circulation would result in a change in the pattern, said weather experts (Representational Image)

Chennai: Dark clouds accompanied by slight drizzles in early mornings, the recent pattern of Chennai’s rains witnessed in the past few days, is set to change from Saturday.

Winds blowing from southeast from Arabian Sea due to the upper air circulation would result in a change in the pattern, said weather experts.

“Depending upon the convergence of the wind, we can predict possibility of late afternoon rains from Saturday, as westerlies would be back,” said Weather blogger, Pradeep John.

 Officials at the Regional Meteorological Centre said the western coast of the state would receive moderate rains in the next few days. “A monsoon depression from South China sea is moving towards North Bay, due to the western belt would see good rains,” he added.

Meanwhile, the temperature is also expected to increase in the next two to three days. Chennai’s Nungambakkam and Meenambakkam stations recorded 33.8 degrees and 34 degrees on Wednesdays.





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