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Tamil Nadu: Flood alert issued for these 5 districts in Tamil Nadu amid heavy rainfall

A flood alert has been sounded in Theni, Dindigul, Madurai, Sivaganga and Ramanathapuram districts of Tamil Nadu. Due to moderate to heavy rains at many places in Tamil Nadu, heavy water-logging has occurred in many areas of the capital Chennai.

By Priyanka Verma 
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Chennai: Due to moderate to heavy rains at many places in Tamil Nadu, heavy water-logging has occurred in many areas of the capital Chennai. Due to this, normal life has become disturbed. Due to heavy rains, dams have been flooded in many places and dam overflow has been seen.

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A flood alert has been sounded in Theni, Dindigul, Madurai, Sivaganga and Ramanathapuram districts of Tamil Nadu. The dam official said an additional 4,230 cubic feet of water was released from the Vaigai dam in Theni. Whereas according to the forecast of IMD, there is a possibility of heavy rain in Chennai today.

Due to heavy rains in Tamil Nadu, the dam overflowed in Coimbatore and besides Chennai, the condition of waterfalls has arisen. In many parts of Tamil Nadu, there is a consistent raining for 2 weeks and IMD has predicted more rainfall in the coming days. The Bharat Meteorological Department (IMD) also predicted heavy rainfall in different places in the entire Tamil Nadu state on November 13.

The Meteorological Department has also warned fishermen do not go to South Andhra Pradesh-North Tamil Nadu-Puducherry beaches and surrounding oceans. While on November 13-14, there is a possibility of heavy rainfall in different places in Kerala and Maha.

The met department has also warned the fishermen not to venture along and off south Andhra Pradesh-North Tamilnadu-Puducherry coasts and adjoining Southwest and West-central Bay of Bengal on 12th and Kerala coast from November 12 – Nov 13 and Lakshadweep from Nov 12- Nov 14 and over Southeast Arabian Sea on Nov 13 – Nov 14, 2022. 40-45 km in Lakshadweep, Maldives-Comorin area, around the Kerala coast and southeast Arabian Sea. 55 km from There is a possibility to run winds at a speed of every hour.

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Significantly, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Friday, Red for Kundalore, Miladuthurai, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur and Thanjavur districts in Tamil Nadu. Alert was released. Such a low pressure weather system was caused by catching a low pressure season system above the Bay of Bengal. In many places in these districts, there was a possibility of heavy rainfall in different places along with heavy rainfall.

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