Chennai floats again in heavy rain, holiday for govt offices, educational institutes in 4 districts

Heavy rains lashed Chennai and its suburbs resulting in waterlogging in several areas on Thursday. Continue Reading

Heavy rain warning: Red alert issued to Chennai and 3 districts

Even as life was limping back to normalcy in the city after five days of extremely heavy rains, the Met office has forecast extremely heavy rains for Chennai city and three other districts for the next two days as the low pressure area over the bay will reach North Tamilnadu coast on 18 November. Continue Reading

Stalin visits rain-hit areas for third consecutive day

Chief Minister M K Stalin inspected the flood affected areas for the third day today and provided relief to the affected people and also heard their grievances. Continue Reading

Red alert issued: Extremely heavy downpour predicted for TN

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a red alert for Chennai and five other districts of Tamilnadu from 10-12 November, indicating heavy to extremely heavy rainfall in the city and surrounding areas owing to the northeast monsoon. Continue Reading

Another low pressure: Red alert for Chennai, 10 districts from 10-12 November

A day after extremely heavy rains battered Chennai and suburbs, a low pressure area, under the influence of a uper air cyclonic circulation, is likely to form over Southeast Bay of Bengal and neighbourhood tomorrow, promising extremely heavy rains in Tamilnadu for the next five days. Continue Reading

‘Burevi’ weakens into deep depression, but brings rains to Chennai

Cyclone Burevi has weakened into a deep depression and is expected to cross the Tamilnadu coast today, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said. However, heavy rains are reported in Chennai city and its suburbs this morning. Continue Reading