Low pressure forms in Bay; most of TN to see rain for 3 days

As per the RMC, under the influence of the cyclonic circulation extending up to 3.1 km above mean sea level, a low pressure area formed over Andaman sea and adjoining southeast Bay of Bengal on Thursday morning.
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CHENNAI: A low pressure formed due to a cyclonic circulation is likely to bring heavy rains in several parts of the State in the next three days, the RMC said on Thursday.

As per the RMC, under the influence of the cyclonic circulation extending up to 3.1 km above mean sea level, a low pressure area formed over Andaman sea and adjoining southeast Bay of Bengal on Thursday morning. The circulation is likely to concentrate into a depression over East central and adjoining southeast Bay of Bengal around Saturday and into a deep depression on Sunday. Subsequently, it is very likely to intensify into a cyclonic storm by October 24. Thereafter, it is likely to reach near West Bengal - Bangladesh coast on October 25.

The movement of the cyclonic storm is likely to bring moderate rainfall in Chennai and heavy rainfall in other districts. The city will remain cloudy and moderate rain with thunderstorm and lightning is likely to occur in a few areas. The maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to be around 33 and 25 Degree Celsius respectively.

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