Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry could face heavy rains over the next 3 days; Public holiday declared for schools and colleges in Chennai; Bangalore will witness a light drizzle


Areas of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal could face heavy rains over the next three days, while Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema could experience showers on Sunday and Monday, India’s meteorological department said. The meteorological department also said an area of ​​low pressure is likely to form over the southern Andaman Sea on Monday.

IMD said cyclonic circulation was over the Comorins region and adjacent coasts of Sri Lanka, and strong northeast winds prevail over the coast of Tamil Nadu and the southern coast of Andhra. Pradesh at lower levels. Under its influence, fairly widespread or widespread light to moderate precipitation is expected over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal, Kerala and Mahe, and the Lakshadweep region, over the next four to five days. Scattered to fairly extensive rainfall over the coast of Andhra Pradesh and Yanam, Rayalaseema is also likely during the same period, IMD added.

Here are the latest updates on the rain situation:

☔ NDRF personnel rescue people stranded due to overcrowding at Vardharajapuram in Chennai.

☔ At least eight people have died in rain-related incidents in Tamil Nadu, including 3 people who lost their lives on Friday, said Minister of State Revenue and Disaster Management KKSSR Ramachandran as quoted by ‘ANI. The minister said two NDRF teams have been deployed to Chinglepet and one to Kanchipuram.

Waterlogging has been observed in various areas of Chennai after continuous downpours.

Pondicherry received light showers early on Saturday, according to the news agency ANI reported, sharing visuals of the east coast road.

☔ Twenty-one districts, including Chennai, declared vacations for schools and colleges on Saturday due to forecast heavy rains, according to a report by the time of india.

☔ Southern states that have experienced excessive rains for more than 10 days recorded record rainfall in November, with Andhra Pradesh receiving 156% of excessive rains, Kerala posting a start of 148%, while Tamil Nadu experienced a start of 115%, IMD data showed on Friday.

☔ According to a weather report released by the MeT office in Amaravati, heavy to very heavy rainfall is expected in parts of Rayalaseema and the southern coast of Andhra, particularly Chittoor and Nellore, over the next three to four days. The state government has issued a high alert to district officials in anticipation of a possible rupture of reservoirs that are already overflowing due to recent torrential rains, potentially inundating villages downstream, the Hindustan Times said in a late night report.

☔ Although there has been no rain in Bengaluru over the past 24 hours, IMD forecast light rains in the city and several areas of the southern interior and coastal areas of Karnataka from Friday to Friday. Wednesday.

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