Tamil Nadu state capital Chennai and adjoining areas experienced sudden rains on Tuesday, bringing much-needed relief from the ongoing heatwave conditions that have delayed even the reopening of schools.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast moderate thunderstorms with rain in isolated places in Chennai and adjoining areas including Chengalpattu, Kanchipuram, Tiruvalur, Ranipet and Nagapattinam until Wednesday afternoon.

According to the bulletin issued by the weather department, the highest rainfall of 5 cm was recorded in Jamunamarathur (Tiruvanamalai district), followed by Madurai (North), Madurai Airport, Moongilthurapattu (Klakurichi district), Bandalore taluks (Nilgiris district) and Mahabalipuram (Chengalpattu district), 3 cm long each.

Popular weather blogger Pradeep John, aka Tamil Nadu Weatherman, took to Twitter and said that high clouds of morning thunderstorms, which came from Andhra Pradesh and went to sea, will keep the temperature below 40 degrees Celsius on Wednesday in the northern part of Tamil Nadu. , including Vellore, Tiruvallur, Ranipet, Chengalpet, Chennai, Villupuram, Puducherry, Cuddalore, Kallakurichi and Tiruvannamalai.

According to the bulletin from the Regional Meteorological Center (RMC), on Tuesday a cyclone is located over southern Tamil Nadu at 5.8 km above mean sea level and light to moderate rain is likely to fall in one or two places in the state. and Puducherry and Karikal in the coming days.


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