Deep depression weakens as home run towards North TN coast begins

The deep melancholy around the South-West Bay of Bengal weakened into a melancholy as it headed adjusted monitor to the South-West from the open up waters and lay centered at 5.30 am this (Sunday) early morning 260 km East-North-East of Nagapattinam 270 km East-South-East of Puducherry and 280 km South-South-East of Chennai.

An India Meteorological Section (IMD) reported it is most likely to carry on to shift to the South-West, as it had predicted, in the direction of the North Tamil Nadu coast and weaken step by step into a very well-marked small-tension location by midday.

Squally winds forecast

Squally winds velocity reaching 40-50 km/hr gusting to 60 km/hr may prevail around South-West and adjoining West-Central Bay the Gulf of Mannar and alongside and off North Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and South Andhra Pradesh coasts for the rest of the the day now (Sunday).

They would step by step lower to 30-40 km/hr gusting to 50 km/hr tomorrow (Monday). The sea ailment will be ‘rough’ to ‘very rough’ (wave heights of 8-20 ft) around the South-West and adjoining West-Central Bay the Gulf of Mannar the Comorin and together and off the Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and South Andhra Pradesh coasts until Monday early morning.

Fishermen are encouraged not to venture into the South-West and adjoining Westc-Central Bay the Gulf of Mannar the Comorin and along and off the Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and South Andhra Pradesh coasts till tomorrow (Monday).

Western disturbance comes

The weakening of the erstwhile deep despair coincided with the arrival of a western disturbance from the reverse direction towards the North of the state. The opposing winds experienced commenced to shear absent the northern flanks of the process for the previous a number of several hours, and dry air wafting in from adjoining land also hastened its weakening.

The IMD has predicted light to reasonable rainfal or thundershowers at handful of areas over North Coastal Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal for today. Satellite photographs in the early morning confirmed only sparse clouds together the Tamil Nadu coast.

The Chennai Regional Meteorological Centre of the IMD explained thunderstorms with mild to reasonable rain may possibly take place at a lot of destinations about Coastal Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal and isolated in excess of Inside Tamil Nadu. Weighty rain is very likely at isolated places around Villupuram, Cuddalore, Pudukottai and the delta districts.

World-wide design weather outlook

Mild rain was described from isolated spots over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal until midday yesterday (Saturday). Main amounts of rainfall throughout this interval are Velankanni-2 cm and Tiruvarur, Tirupoondi, Karaikal, Adirampatnam and Parangipettai-1 every single.

As for tomorrow (Monday), light-weight to reasonable rainfal or thundershowers are attainable at a quite a few sites in excess of Coastal Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal and at a number of destinations above North Inside Tamil Nadu. Gentle to reasonable rainfall or thundershowers may break out at isolated spots around South Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema.

World product outlook for the future wave of organised pre-monsoon showers for the 7 days from March 11 has been revised with only a smattering of showers for the South Coastal Tamil Nadu even though the bulk goes to Sri Lanka. But Kerala is forecast to get moderately soaked as spillover from the westward propagating rain more than Sri Lanka.

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March 06, 2022