Tamil Nadu to experience moderate rains in the coming days
Tamil Nadu to experience moderate rains in the coming days

Rains are lashing many parts of south India. The deep depression developed over Bay of Bengal proceeds to bring light rains in parts of Tamil Nadu. According to the bulletin issued by the regional meteorological center Chennai, Tiruvallur, Kancheepuram, Chengalpattu, Vellore, Tirupattur, Ranipet, Salem, Coimbatore, Nilgiris, Krishnagiri, Theni, Dindigul, Kanyakumari, Tirunelveli, Tenkasi is likely to receive moderate to light rains over the next 24 hours.

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Parts of Nilgiris, Theni and Coimbatore districts may receive massive rainfall during the next 24-hours and heavy rains are said to continue for an additional 24-hours in Nilgiris and Coimbatore. Chennai and its neighboring areas, for the next 24 hours, will continue to witness cloudy weather with maximum and minimum temperatures between 34 and 26 degrees celsius. Over the past 12 days, since the beginning of October, Chennai has recorded only 18.1 mm rainfall. This is 74% departure from normal which should have been 69.6 mm.

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Fishermen have been warned not to enter Kumari sea and Gulf of Mannar regions and the coast along with Kerala and Karnataka on October 13 and 14. Wind speeds are likely to be between 45 and 55 kmph for the next 48 hours in these parts. This season marks the pre-North East Monsoon season on India’s eastern coast and this trend in weather is likely to continue for the next three days until October 16. As of Tuesday morning, Valparai in Coimbatore has registered most rainfall, at 11 cms in the last 24-hours. This is followed by Chinnakalar with nine cms and Sholayar (both in Coimbatore) with 8 cms. Naduvattam in Nilgiris has recorded 8 cms of rainfall. In Chennai, Perambur has recorded the most rainfall, with 3 cms. 

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