Rain today: heavy rains in Chennai worsen situation, traffic affected, flood alert issued – IMD weather report flood alert in Chennai due to heavy rain Traffic movement affected by severe waterlogging Tamil nadu weather lbs


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  • Heavy rains in many areas of Chennai city
  • Officials Issue Flood Warning

Tamilnadu Rain and Flood Updates: Heavy rains continue in Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, since late at night, making the situation worse. Due to the incessant rains, many parts of the city have been flooded. So the traffic is also affected. The authorities have issued a flood warning in many areas of Chennai.

According to the information, the Chembarambakkam and Puzhal reservoirs in Chennai will open due to heavy waterlogging. State water resources officials have advised the Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur district magistrates to move people living in low-lying areas to safer places.

Let us report that several suburbs in Chennai and Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur districts have been receiving intermittent rains since Saturday morning. Waterlogging has been reported in many areas of Chennai including Koratur, Perambur, Anna Salai, T Nagar, Guindy, Adyar, Perungudi, OMR in Chennai. Many videos related to this are also going viral on social media.

According to the Department of Meteorology, the off-season rain occurs due to an area of ​​low pressure over the Eastern Arabian Sea. The department said a cyclonic circulation persists in the southeastern Bay of Bengal off the coast of Sumatra. Because of this there is the possibility of rain in the states connected to the coast.

According to the IMD, heavy to very heavy rains are highly likely in some locations and very heavy in isolated locations on the north coast of Tamil Nadu between November 11-12. Fishermen have been advised to stay off the coasts of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh and not to undertake any such undertaking in the southwest of the Bay of Bengal between 10-11 November. Apart from this, fishermen already at sea have been asked to return to shore before 9 November.

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