Chennai schools and universities were shut for now – November 2. 2022. The city has been immersed with weighty precipitation since Monday. Among then, at that point, and presently, Chennai got 205.47 mm of precipitation, constraining the specialists to report an occasion for the schools.
Tamil Nadu Rains LIVE: Short-term downpours lashed Chennai, its adjoining locale and different districts of Tamil Nadu and precipitation progressed forward with Wednesday also, prompting immersion in pieces of the State capital and close by regions. A few stretches in and around the blood vessel Anna Salai, the blocked territories of north Chennai including portions of Pulianthope and neighborhoods concealed in southern pieces of the city and rural areas saw waterlogging, bringing about gridlock and sluggish development of vehicles. In Chennai, Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Chengelpet, Nagapattinam, Thanjavur and Tiruvarur regions, an occasion has been pronounced for schools. Chennai schools and universities were shut for now – November 2. 2022. The city has been immersed with weighty precipitation since Monday. Among then and presently, Chennai got 205.47 mm of precipitation, constraining the specialists to report an occasion for the schools.
Light to direct precipitation is supposed to go on in beach front and Cauvery delta areas of the State. More prominent Chennai Company specialists reviewed a few regions and expressed that there was no downpour water stagnation in territories including KK Nagar-Rajamannar Salai, and trams like Ganesapuram considering preliminary measures and tempest water channel work.
DOES SCHOOL OPEN OR NOT IN CHENNAI?
Rain status of various cities Chengalpet, Sholinganallur, Kelambakkam received 4cm rain, Anna University, Tambaram 3cm, Pallikaranai 2cm, Tondiarpet 1cm and Mamallapuram 9cm.
Weather forecast for Chennai Sky condition is likely to be generally cloudy. Thunderstorm & lightning with moderate rain is likely to occur in 24 hours. Chengalpet will receive heavy rain.
Chennai Schools: Rainfall to continue till Nov 6 – RMC
Tamil Nadu had recently closed schools from October 31 to November 2 due to the heavy rainfall in several districts. As per the Regional Meteorological Centre of Tamil Nadu, the rainfall is expected to continue till November 6.