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no relief from rain in chennai today red alert in 20 districts 8 flights had to be canceled

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After slowing down in Tamil Nadu capital Chennai and adjoining areas, the rains have resumed and with this a clear low pressure area intensified in the area on Wednesday. This information was given by the Meteorological Department. The Meteorological Department said that this low pressure area is likely to pass through Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh coast on the evening of November 11. Due to this weather trend, rain is expected over large parts of Tamil Nadu for the next three to four days. According to the Meteorological Department, there may be torrential rains in certain areas, while there is a possibility of moderate to heavy rain at most places. Meanwhile, a red alert has been issued in 20 districts regarding rain, while eight flights have also been canceled due to heavy rains.

The Meteorological Department said that on November 11, torrential rains may occur in some areas of Tiruvallur, Kallakurichi, Salem, Vellore, Tirunamalai, Ranipet and Tiruputtar districts of Tamil Nadu. At the same time, heavy rains may occur in some areas of Nilgiris, Coimbatore, Chengapaltu, Namakkal, Tiruchirappalli, Chennai and Union Territory of Puducherry in Tamil Nadu. While there is a possibility of thunder and lightning in some areas of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal.

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According to the Meteorological Department, there was a decrease in rainfall in Chennai and its adjoining northern areas on Tuesday, while the Cauvery Delta (Tamil Nadu) and Karaikal (Puducherry) received torrential rains. The department said that Nagapattinam has received the maximum rainfall of 31 cm, while Karaikal has recorded 29 cm and Vedaranyam 25 cm. According to the bulletin of the Meteorological Department, on Tuesday, the low pressure area over Southeast Bay of Bengal has intensified further and it is located in the central part of South Bay of Bengal and is in a cyclonic circulation at an altitude of 5.8 km above sea level. is reaching.

According to the bulletin, “It is very likely to strengthen into southwest Bay of Bengal in the next 12 hours after which it is likely to move west and northwest and reach north Tamil Nadu coast in the early hours of 11 November 2021 and thereafter.” It is likely to pass between Karaikal and Sriharikota off South Andhra Pradesh coast on the evening of November 11 itself.

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