Heavy rain lashes Chennai, elements of TN; ‘northeast monsoon like situations succeed,’ says weatherman
In Tamil Nadu, within the 24 hours ending Thursday morning, Thirukuvalai in Nagapattinam district recorded the best rainfall of 13 cm.
CHENNAI: Heavy rain lashed Chennai and its suburbs on Thursday leaving the low-mendacity areas inundated.
The Greater Chennai Police has announced visitors diversion from September 1 to September 4, among 23.00 hrs to 05.00 hrs near Hotel Hablis, GST Road, St.Thomas Mount for Permanent Flood healing work and UG cable laying work.
Meanwhile, in line with a record, the district administrations in Tiruvarur, Nagapattinam, Mayiladuthurai, and Thanjavur declared vacations for educational establishments.
The impartial weather forecaster Pradeep John, recognized as Tamil Nadu Weatherman on social media tweeted that northeast monsoon (NEM) like situations succeed and huge rainy days in lots of parts of Tamil Nadu to keep for the next four-5 days, Chennai will get short day rains with clouds transferring from sea for the following 4 days. Kodaikanal receives large rains and Kerala to be in alert for subsequent three-4 days, he said.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has expected heavy spell of rainfall over Tamil Nadu, Kerala & Mahe and South Interior Karnataka, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal-Sikkim and Northeast India for the duration of subsequent five days.
In Tamil Nadu, inside the 24 hours ending Thursday morning, Thirukuvalai in Nagapattinam district recorded the best rainfall of 13 cm. It become observed by using Kilacheruvai in Cuddalore and Kovilpatti in Toothukudi 11 each, Agaram Seegoor and Labbaikudikadu Perambalur district recorded nine cm rainfall every, Pelandurai in Cuddalore) and Sholayar in Coimbatore recorded 8 each, and Devakottai in Sivaganga and Yercaud in Salem 7 each.