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Cyclone Asani to cause heat surge in Tamil Nadu

Forecast to witness hotter days, humid nights

Cyclone Asani to cause heat surge in Tamil Nadu

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) had said that the low pressure area over southeast Bay of Bengal has moved east-northeastwards and will intensify into a depression by March 20 morning and into a cyclonic storm on March 21.

The weather department has further informed that Tamil Nadu may escape the impact of Cyclone Asani which is currently brewing in the Bay of Bengal.

The state, however, is forecast to experience a heat surge, leading to hotter days and humid nights due to the delayed easterly wind entry.

Chennai is expected to witness maximum temperatures of 36°C, while Tamil Nadu's interior districts may see a surge to 40°C.

However, some parts of Tamil Nadu could witness isolated light rainfall over the next five days.

However, some parts of the state may also witness wet conditions, as the IMD has indicated the possibility of light isolated rainfall across Tamil Nadu over the next five days.

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