Extreme waterlogging triggered by incessant rains throughout Tamil Nadu and Puducherry has led to the declaration of holidays in faculties and faculties on November 12.
As per stories, faculties and faculties in 23 districts together with Chennai, Kanchipuram, Ranipet, Vellore, Thiruvallur, Villupuram, Thiruvarur, Mayiladuthurai, Nilgiris shall be closed tomorrow as a result of rains.
The choice was taken after heavy waterlogging was reported from Bussi Street, Lawspet East Coast Street, Karuvadikuppam & low-lying areas together with Rainbow Nagar & Krishna Nagar flooded In Puducherry and Karaikal. Heavy showers on Friday lashed the Union Territory forcing a number of residents to remain indoors whereas motorists struggled to navigate arterial roads.
Commenting on the continuing scenario within the southern states, the Indian Meteorological Division stated, “The melancholy that shaped within the Bay of Bengal is more likely to transfer in the direction of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry coast as an intense melancholy by tomorrow (November 12, Saturday), because of which these coastal areas (Tamil Nadu and Puducherry) are more likely to expertise heavy rains for the following three days.”
As per the climate forecasting company, Puducherry and surrounding areas have been receiving widespread heavy rains since final evening as a result of low-pressure space. Heavy rains are additionally more likely to happen at remoted locations over western districts of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry until Sunday.
“It is rather more likely to transfer north-westwards in the direction of Tamil Nadu-Puducherry coasts until November 12 morning. “Thereafter, it might transfer west-north-westwards throughout Tamil Nadu-Puducherry and Kerala throughout November 12 and 13,” IMD cautioned including that the Low-Strain space over Southwest Bay of Bengal off Sri Lanka coast with related cyclonic circulation could intensify through the subsequent 24 hours.
Based on stories, the district administration in Puducherry has additionally requisitioned the help of NDRF to station a workforce to assist in rescue and aid operations in view of the raging downpour.
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