The formation of a low stress space over Bay of Bengal and an identical system within the Arabian Sea, coupled with the onset of the North East monsoon over South India is more likely to carry extra rains to a number of components of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry within the subsequent two days. The authorities equipment is on a excessive alert whilst rains lashed a number of components of the State and neighbouring Puducherry within the final two days.
The regional climate workplace has forecast rains in most components of the State and Puducherry in the course of the subsequent two days, with very heavy rainfall probably in districts alongside the Western Ghats – The Nigiris, Coimbatore, Dinidgul and Theni. Heavy rain is predicted in Chennai, Villupuram, Cauvery delta districts, Ramanathapuram and Puducherry.
Pamban and Mandapam in Ramanathapuram district obtained the very best rainfall of 18 cm every, in keeping with the rainfall information by the climate workplace obtained at 0830 hours on Tuesday.
Chief Minister Edapaddi K Palaniswami on Tuesday chaired a overview meeting on the monsoon rains on the State Secretariat to take inventory of the preparedness of the federal government equipment and numerous measures being taken. He directed officers to maintain sufficient inventory of medicines, bleaching powder, machines and tools, and urged rescue groups to be on excessive alert, says a state authorities press launch.
The State authorities has additionally recognized susceptible areas and formation of groups of first responders and rescue groups.
The overview meeting by the Chief Minister was attended by Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam, Chief Secretary K Shanmugam, and officers of varied departments, the discharge mentioned.