Chennai: The Regional Meteorological Centre has officially announced the commencement of the NorthEast Monsoon over Tamilnadu, Pudhucherry and adjoining areas of South Coastal Andhra Pradesh, Rayalaseema, south interior Karnataka and Kerala.
The met department said the sky condition is likely to be generally cloudy in the city and light to moderate rains is likely to occur in some areas.
Heavy rain is likely to occur at isolated places over other parts of Tamilnadu on 17 and 18 October, the met department said.
Fishermen have been asked not to venture into Kanyakumari and Maldives sea.
River Godavari continued to be in spate on Tuesday though there was a marginal fall in the inflow at Sir Arthur Cotton Barrage to 14.29 lakh cusecs, hours after crossing the 15 lakh cusecs mark. Continue Reading
Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami today said his next foreign trip will be to Israel to know more about the agricultural practices followed there which will come in handy when farmers are affected due to lack of rain. Continue Reading
Tamilnadu and Pondicherry are likely to get heavy rains due to the low pressure formed in Bay of Bengal, read a bulletin issued by the Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC) today. Continue Reading
Heavy rains accompanied with strong winds and thunderstorms will lash several parts of Kerala and Karnataka in the next 24 hours. Continue Reading
‘Government has taken all precautionary measures and so people need not panic about cyclone Gaja,’ said Revenue Minister R B Udayakumar. Continue Reading
Chennai, known for its struggle for water, can smile without worry till next summer, thanks to two things- rains and release of water from Veeranam. Continue Reading