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The IMD issued a red alert for Chennai and 5 additional districts.

the IMD issued a red signal for Chennai and five additional districts.

Key sentence:

  • A low tension region is relied upon to carry boundless precipitation to a few locales along the state’s northern coast. 
  • It will probably gather into a Depression over Southwest and connect Southeast Bay of Bengal during the next day and a half.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) gave a high alert for six regions in Tamil Nadu on November 11. A low tension region is relied upon to carry boundless precipitation to a few locales along the state’s northern coast. 

The high alert was given for Chennai and its bordering regions Tiruvallur, Chengalpattu and Kanchipuram, alongside Villupuram and Tiruvannamalai. 

On Tuesday, the IMD said that an all-around stamped low tension region over focal pieces of the Arabian Sea would probably move west-southwestwards during the following three days. 

“Affected by the cyclonic flow over the southeast Bay of Bengal and local, a low tension region has framed over a similar locale. The related cyclonic course broadens up to 4.5 km above the mean ocean level. 

It will probably gather into a Depression over Southwest and connect Southeast Bay of Bengal during the next day and a half. It will probably move west-northwestwards and reach close to north Tamilnadu coast by the early morning of eleventh November 2021,” the IMD further said. 

The conjecture for more precipitation stays a vital worry for individuals dwelling in Chennai as a few pieces of the city have stayed immersed following weighty precipitation in the state since Sunday. 

Chief minister MK Stalin alongside some state pastors assessed the alleviation works and the degree of harm because of the floods at a few voting public in the city. 

Attempts to deplete the deteriorated floodwater is in progress across a few pockets in the city, while schools and universities stayed shut in a few locales because of the downpours. 

Before the day, state income and fiasco, the board KKSSR Ramachandran said that five individuals lost their lives because of the downpours in Tamil Nadu while 538 hovels and four houses were harmed, news office ANI announced. He likewise cautioned of additional harm if the downpour strengthened. 

In the meantime, a couple of different regions, including Nagapattinam, Karaikal, Pudukkottai, Thanjavur, Thiruvarur and Ramanathapuram, along TN’s southern coast were watching out for potential threats on Tuesday (November 9). 

On Wednesday (November 10), Cuddalore, Puducherry, Villupuram and Sivagangai, alongside the six areas referenced beforehand, have been given a high alert.

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