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Low-pressure likely to develop in next couple of days: RMC

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Published Nov 28, 2018, 5:55 am IST
Updated Nov 28, 2018, 5:55 am IST
eathermen say they are closely monitoring the weather pattern and there is a low trough near Maldives, which may convert into low pressure in next two days. (Representation image)
 eathermen say they are closely monitoring the weather pattern and there is a low trough near Maldives, which may convert into low pressure in next two days. (Representation image)

Chennai: The Regional Meteorological Centre has forecast that a new low-pressure is likely to develop over Bay of Bengal over next two days. Weathermen say they are closely monitoring the weather pattern and there is a low trough near Maldives, which may convert into low pressure in next two days.

According to RMC officials, light to moderate rain or thundershower is likely to occur at many places over coastal Tamil Nadu, Puducherry for next two days and at a few places over interior Tamil Nadu, while the sky condition is likely to be partly cloudy in Chennai. The maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to be around 31 and 23 degree Celsius respectively.

A weatherman at RMC said, “the low trough over Bay of Bengal might give light to moderate rainfall in the state. Further, dry conditions across Tamil Nadu that has been persisting for the past couple of days is expected to continue for another day or two in some places, as overall suppressed atmospheric conditions prevail over Peninsular India.”

The RMC has also predicted low temperature in interior places of Tamil Nadu along with adjoining parts of South Interior parts.

“Karnataka and Rayalaseema region is likely to see a dip in night time temperatures.  Places in Vellore, Dharmapuri and Krishnagiri districts could see night time minimum temperatures around 15 degree Celsius with most places in the region likely to see temperatures stay nearly three degrees below normal for a next one week,” said a weatherman.

A weather blogger said, “This is clearly visible in the district rainfall map of Tamil Nadu with districts along the coast between delta and Southern parts seeing better numbers while Northern districts are all seeing massive deficits due to poor monsoon.”

Similarly northwest interior Tamil Nadu districts of Dharmapuri and Krishnagiri are seeing similar fate as not much benefit was seen in these districts due to the absence of penetrating systems across Peninsular India, the blogger noted.

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