For the next 48 hours, many districts belonging to TN would receive rains and that would be mainly due to the atmospheric overlay circulation from south TN to Rayalaseema. This was as per some offices belonging to RMC in Chennai. After 3 days, the rains would come down and then there would be dry weather in Tamil Nadu.
Dr. S. Balachandran, deputy director general of meteorology expressed his views and spoke about how due to the atmospheric overlay circulation from south TN to Rayalaseema several districts belonging to TN, southern districts, north coastal districts and adjoining interior districts Thanjavur, Thiruvarur, Nagapattinam, Pudukottai, Mayiladuthurai and Karaikal might get light to moderate amount of rains for the next 48 hours.
The condition of the sky would be generally cloudy in Chennai and there would be light rains in certain places in Chennai in the next 48 hours. It must be taken into account that on Tuesday the maximum temperatures came down in Chennai city. Weather station at Nungambakkam recorded 29.7 degrees Celsius and 29.1 degrees Celsius as recorded in Meenambakkam.
In Nungambakkam, the minimum temperature was 22.8 degrees Celsius and in Meenambakkam the minimum temperature was 29.1 degrees Celsius. Kallakurichi recorded the highest amount of rainfall of 4cm in the last 24 hours.