Chennai: After remaining dry for almost two weeks, Chennai is likely to get light to moderate rain or thundershower in some places including suburbs on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The rain started on Monday evening when different parts of the city received isolated drizzle or mild rain. In the last 24 hours, Chennai’s Meenambakkam Observatory recorded 46 mm of rain. Meanwhile, rain intensity was less over the Nungambakkam region, as it recorded only 7 mm of rain.
According to a Times of India report, a forecast of the next 24 hours says there is a possibility of thundershower in some areas of the city.
According to Skymet Weather report, a trough has been formed off the Tamil Nadu coast due to the active passage of easterly waves over the Indian Ocean and adjoining Southwest Bay of Bengal.
The report said that rains will continue over the city for the coming three days i.e. till December 7. But after 48 hours, intensity of these rains will start reducing and light to moderate rainfall will be observed.