Monday, December 13: December places on show two totally different seasons in India. Winter has set in most components of North India, with the sharp drop in mercury ranges accompanied by remoted rain and snow over the Himalayan area. As components of northern India courageous chilly climate situations, the southern peninsula witnesses intermittent showers as a result of northeast monsoon this month.
After a short break, moist climate situations are more likely to take over southern states, notably southeast India, for the following three days. Nevertheless, the rainfall depth is anticipated to stay reasonable, as per the India Meteorological Division (IMD).
The Climate Channel’s met staff highlights that the northeasterly winds from the Bay of Bengal carry moist situations over the area this week. It provides additional that remoted to scattered rain with lightning can be possible over Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala and Lakshadweep through the subsequent 5 days.
On December 13, most districts of Tamil Nadu recorded a number of spells of rain, specifically Ariyalur, Chengalpattu, Cuddalore, Chennai, Kanchipuram, Mayiladuthurai, Nagapattinam, Sivaganga and Tiruvannamalai.
Through the subsequent three days, the remoted locations of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaikal, Kerala, Mahe, Andhra Pradesh, Yanam and south inside Karnataka are set to obtain mild to reasonable rainfall.
Amongst cities, Kochi is ready to witness a partly cloudy sky with the opportunity of reasonable rain or thunderstorm within the subsequent few days. The minimal temperature is anticipated to settle round 25ºC, whereas the utmost is round 32ºC.
The IMD predicts a usually cloudy sky with the opportunity of mild rain over each Bengaluru and Chennai. Temperatures are more likely to hover between a most of 28ºC and a minimal of 18ºC in Bengaluru, whereas they fall between 31ºC and 23ºC in Chennai this week.
On this northeast monsoon season, components of South India have principally recorded extra to a big extra quantity of rains between October 1 to December 12. Puducherry leads the way in which with 1390 mm of recorded rains, adopted by Kerala (1025 mm), Tamil Nadu (693 mm), Andhra Pradesh (401 mm) and Karnataka (370 mm).
Aside from North and South India, most areas of the nation are more likely to expertise dry climate within the coming days, with no extreme climate exercise imminent for the following 4-5 days.
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