Weather Update: While the rain in the states of South India is continuing nonstop, the cold in North India has started to get worse with the drop in temperature. The temperature will continue to fall in North India, according to the Meteorological Department. Additionally, some southern states may see significant rainfall at the same period. According to IMD, Chennai could get severe to very heavy rainfall today as a result of the cyclonic storm. As many as 17 districts have shut down their schools in Tamil Nadu.
For the following 72 hours, coastal Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh may see hazardous weather conditions, according to IMD. Strong thunderstorms along and over the coast have the potential to produce lightning and sporadic rain. Over the coastal regions of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, moderate to heavy rain is possible with one or two locations seeing exceptional heavy rainfall.
The national capital is predicted to remain under the cloud cover. However, fog is going yo remain a major problem for commuters in the morning. For today, the maximum temperature will be 26 degrees and minimum will be 11 degrees.
The city and its suburbs are likely to follow the similar weather pattern as the clouds take on isolated parts. There are no chances of rain affecting the city, though. The maximum temperature for today will be 31 degrees and minimum will be 21 degrees.
As already mentioned above, Chennai will experience heavy rainfall with thunderstorms for today and couple of days more. The similar weather trend is likely to continue further. For today, the maximum temperature will be 26 and minimum will be 24 degrees.
Kolkata is likely to remain pleasant despite the other parts of country getting hazardous weather. For today, the maximum temperature will be 28 degrees and 18 degrees.
City-wise Weather Update
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Which state will receive rainfall today?
On December 9, North Coastal Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and South Coastal Andhra Pradesh may have light to moderate rainfall with isolated areas of heavy to very heavy showers.
Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, and Himachal Pradesh could experience isolated to scattered light to moderate rainfall or snowfall from December 9 to December 11 due to a recent western disturbance.