Chennai witnessed the "wettest rainfall" of 882.4 mm till November 28 which pushed the city under tremendous rains and floods. This year, Chennai recorded an excess of 79% rainfall in the month of October and November, receiving a total rainfall of 1097.6 mm. Reportedly, Pradeep John stated that Chennai recorded 1003 mm until 7:30 pm in November. Furthermore, this was the 4th highest rainfall ever recorded in a single month.
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin will reportedly meet Governor RN Ravi on November 26. The meet will hold discussions regarding the continuous and heavy rainfall. Furthermore, Chennai Meteorological Department gave a red alert on November 26, which will last till November 27 in all the coastal districts and an orange alert to adjacent districts. Reportedly, Cuddalore and Nagapattinam were the most affected districts due to the heavy… read-more
Tamil Nadu Government declared holidays for educational institutions, due to heavy rainfall. Institutions in 22 districts including Thootukudi, Kanniyakumari, Tirunelveli and other districts will remain shut after the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a red alert in the regions. Since a week, the state is witnessing heavy rainfall, damaging properties and killing people. According to weather forecast, extreme heavy to heavy… read-more