- Chennai is relied upon to get more storms as a downturn in the Bay of Bengal is rushing towards the Tamil Nadu coast.
- Following the cyclonic course, the IMD has given warnings for individuals of Chennai and different urban areas.
The India Meteorological Department’s (IMD) provincial focus has said it will cross the coast between north Tamil Nadu and south Andhra Pradesh on Thursday evening.
Areas in northern Tamil Nadu, including Chennai, Kancheepuram and Villupuram, will probably get weighty to extremely substantial precipitation, Deputy Director-General of Meteorology, S Balachandran said.
In the first part of the day, the downturn was based 170km southeast of Chennai.
Following the cyclonic course, the IMD has given warnings for individuals of Chennai and different urban areas.
Warning for overall population: Over a two-day time frame, the areas will insight “solid surface breezes” of up to 60kmph. “Individuals ought not to branch out superfluously,” said Balachandran, adding that the IMD is continually checking the circumstance.
Regions to keep away from The IMD has given Chennai and northern Tamil Nadu a high alert (cautioning for very substantial precipitation) on November 11.
In Chennai, substantial precipitation was recorded on Wednesday in Ennore Port, Nugambakkam, Sterling street, KMC Hospital Road, MRC Nagar and Taramani, prompting diminished perceivability waterlogging in certain areas.
Aside from regions in Chennai, six other adjoining regions are likewise expected to get substantial precipitation. Therefore, the local specialists have informed individuals to keep away from those spaces concerning designing their movement appropriately.
Cautioning for anglers: The IMD has encouraged anglers to not wander into the southwest and abutting the west-focal Bay of Bengal, Gulf of Mannar, and along and off Tamil Nadu Puducherry and south Andhra Pradesh coasts on November 11.
Train administrations suspended: The workplace of Divisional Railway Manager of Southern Railway in Chennai said on Thursday that most of the administrations from MAS to Tiruvallur had been suspended due to waterlogging of tracks at Avadi and Ambattur.