Chennai Rains: City on Yellow Alert As Tamil Nadu Drenches Under Heavy Showers | Check Forecast

The IMD has provided a detailed weather forecast for the next six days, starting today. Many districts in Tamil Nadu are receiving summer rains, which have significantly reduced the heat.
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Chennai: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a yellow alert for Chennai and its neighbouring cities, warning of heavy rain and thunderstorms. The capital city of Tamil Nadu has been experiencing continuous rainfall for several days, leading to a drop in temperature and a cool atmosphere that has delighted residents.
The IMD has provided a detailed weather forecast for the next six days, starting today. Many districts in Tamil Nadu are receiving summer rains, which have significantly reduced the heat. An orange alert for heavy rain was issued for several districts over the past few days. Now, a red alert for very heavy rain has been announced for Tamil Nadu from today until May 21.
Heavy rain is expected today in districts like Tenkasi, Tirunelveli, and Theni. Some areas in Kanyakumari, Virudhunagar, Dindigul, Tiruppur, Coimbatore, and Nilgiris are also likely to experience heavy to very heavy rain. Additionally, the IMD has indicated potential heavy rain in parts of Thoothukudi, Ramanathapuram, Madurai, Sivaganga, and Pudukottai districts.

Chennai Weather Forecast

Chennai IMD has forecasted to have partly cloudy skies with light to moderate rain expected in some areas each day over the next week. On May 19, temperatures are anticipated to range from 34-35 degrees Celsius during the day and around 26 degrees Celsius at night. Similar weather conditions are expected to persist from May 20 to May 24, with daytime temperatures between 35-36 degrees Celsius and nighttime temperatures ranging from 26-28 degrees Celsius. No significant weather warnings have been issued for Bengaluru during this period.
Both cities are preparing for the upcoming weather conditions, with civic bodies and residents taking necessary precautions to handle the heavy rains and potential thunderstorms.
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