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The low pressure over Bay of Bengal will bring rains to Tamil Nadu and Puduchery on Saturday, the Regional Meteorological Centre today said, warning of ‘heavy to very heavy rains’ for the two days.
Due to the low pressure over southwest Bay of Bengal rains could be expected at some places in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, the weather office said.
There was a possibility of rains in most places in the state and the neighbouring union territory for the next two days with the likelihood of heavy to very heavy rains in some places, it said.
Vedaranyam (Nagapattinam) and Adiramapatinam (Tanjavur) received 3 cm and 2 cm of rainfall, respectively.
Meanwhile, the inter-ministerial Central team which is touring the State to assess the damage caused by rains and flood will submit its report to the Centre within a week, TVSN Prasad, Joint Secretary in the Union Home Ministry, who is leading the team, said.
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Families made new friends at the Tambaram school, sharing their tales of how the rain damaged whatever little property they had.
It was not just people living in low-level areas who are facing the brunt of nature’s fury, but also policemen and women at Avadi and Muthapudupet.
Maximum outflow was 18,000 cusecs on November 17, resulting in severe damage to residential localities.
Several parts of the city, particularly Velachery, Madipakkam, Sholinganallur, Tambaram and Mudichur among others, have been identified for implementing this design.
The weather station in Meenambakkam has already recorded 1144.8 mm this November.
Chennai has crossed 1,025 mm of rainfall for the month. According to the Meteorological Department, November 1918 was the wettest month as the city received 1088.4 mm of rainfall then.