The thunderstorms continue unabated over the interior places of South India as moderate to heavy rains were recorded in a few places of Tamil Nadu. Kallakurichi in Villupuram district recorded a second straight 8 cm day while accumulating more than 23 cms since the turn of October. Parts of Chennai recorded light overnight rains as the IMD AWS in Nungambakkam recorded 7 mm with all of them coming around early morning 2 AM
With atmospheric conditions continuing to be unstable as the Indian sub continent gets ready for the seasonal change thunderstorms have been thriving in South India for the past week or so. Today also is going to be no different with the interior places of Karnataka, Rayalaseema and Telangana region enjoying a stormy evening along with parts of Tamil Nadu in South India Maharashtra has also been seeing thunderstorms under the withdrawal syndrome of Southwest Monsoon
As far as Tamil Nadu goes once again the best places are the ones between 50 – 100 kms from the coast with conducive conditions prevailing for the districts of Tiruvannamalai, Vellore, Tiruvallur, Kanchipuram and parts of Villupuram as well. Chennai & other coastal areas will require a fair bit of luck from the wind pattern to get benefit out of these storms as under the effect of the circulation pseudo Easterlies will be prevailing over many parts of Coastal Tamil Nadu. Nevertheless remnant moisture could give a spell or two of sharp showers early morning in a few areas.