Very Severe Cyclonic Storm Tauk’tae rumbles along the coast

Over time is has been observed more cyclones forming over the Arabian Sea tend to take annular charecterestics compared to the cyclones forming over Bay of Bengal. Gonu, Megh, the cyclone that hit Oman during 1977 are all examples of cyclones that were either annular or were close to getting an annular structure. Very severe […]

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Monster MJO on its way to Indian Ocean

MJO, Madden Julian Oscillation is always surrounded with an aura among the weather bloggers and for that matter many professionally trained meteorologists across the globe for being the King among all tropical waves. When one goes through the rainfall patterns during Northeast Monsoon over the years it has always been linked with how MJO has […]

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Heatwave Conditions to continue for another day over Peninsular India

The last couple of days have seen heat wave conditions over large swathes of Peninsular India as many places recorded not only the hottest day of the year but also broke some long standing records as well. On 30th March Chennai AP recorded 41.3ºC which was the highest recorded temperature ever at the Airport IMD […]

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Temperatures to soar across Tamil Nadu from today

Among the weather bloggers of Chennai it is often remarked while there is always a hint of doubt about the monsoons, be it Southwest or Northeast, at times we might feel the pre monsoon thunderstorm season also might fail, but the bullet proof season without a hint of failure is the summer season which almost […]

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