Heavy rains likely in Southern and delta districts of TN on Feb 1: IMD


CHENNAI: The India Meteorological Division (IMD) has predicted heavy to very heavy rains on Wednesday within the Southern and delta districts of Tamil Nadu.

A uncommon winter despair over the south Bay of Bengal is prone to carry heavy remoted rains in southern and delta districts, it mentioned.

In accordance with the weatherman, the rains might proceed as much as February 3 with Kanyakumari, Thanjavur, and Nagapattinam districts experiencing heavy rains on February 1, Wednesday.

The climate system that causes rains is a uncommon phenomenon and is a despair over the southeast and adjoining southwest Bay of Bengal. This phenomenon will usher in remoted rains over Southern Tamil Nadu until Thursday and the energy of the rains is prone to dip from Friday.

Extra director common of meteorology, S. Balachandran, in a press release mentioned that the climate system within the decrease latitude is prone to transfer east to west route and one other westerly trough within the center degree. The interplay of the easterly and westerly methods will result in rain.

The climate division official mentioned that such climate methods are uncommon through the second half of January and February. He additionally cited the instance of a extreme cyclonic storm at a decrease latitude in February 1987.

It could be famous that the Bay of Bengal had churned out 9 climate methods as depressions or cyclones within the final fifty years in January and February since 1971 however none of them have crossed the Tamil Nadu coast.

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