The Chennai Regional Meteorological Centre has informed us that there are prospects for a new low-pressure zone to be formed over the Bay of Bengal in Tamil Nadu.
In a notification released in this regard by the Chennai Regional Meteorological Centre, it is mentioned:
"Due to the cyclonic format formed in the upper layers of the atmosphere over the coastal areas of Kerala State, there are prospects for mild to medium rain in 1 or 2 places in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and Karaikkal.
There are prospects for a new low-pressure zone to be formed over the Bay of Bengal near Andaman on 5th December. This low-pressure zone may intensify gradually and there are prospects for it to transform into a strong depression zone! This, in turn, may intensify further and may transform into a cyclone!
Due to the change in the direction of the easterly wind, it is estimated that there are prospects for medium rain persistent over the next 5 days!"
As regards the Chennai Metro City and its suburbs, the sky will remain partly cloudy in the next 48 hours. There are prospects for mild to medium rain with lightning and thunder in a few parts of the city.
The maximum temperature will be 30 Decree Celsius and the minimum temperature will be around 24 degrees Celsius.