In Chennai, the sky condition is likely to be partly cloudy. Maximum and minimum temperature will be around 30 degrees Celsius and 23 degree Celsius respectively.
To report rainwater stagnation and other flooding issues, you can contact 044-25384530, 044-25384540, 1913.
Under the influence of the system, light to moderate rainfall or thundershower is likely over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal till December 3.
The gates of both the reservoirs have been opened after five years, owing to heavy rainfall brought by cyclone Nivar to Tamil Nadu and neighboring districts in Andhra Pradesh.
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Cyclone Nivar, which hit the Tamil Nadu coast as a 'very severe cyclonic storm' in the early hours of Thursday, has brought heavy rains over the state, especially in its northern parts.
...desilting work had been completed on time; officials confirm that nearly 15 per cent of the lake has been eaten away by silt
The slow-moving storm is likely to cross the Tamil Nadu and Puducherry coast 30 km north of Puducherry at around 2 am on Thursday.
Although several of them tried to purchase raincoats in Cuddalore town, most shops were shut due to the cyclone.
Tamil Nadu Minister for Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Sevoor S Ramachandran and district collector Sandeep Nanduri inspected the arrangements at relief centres.
The slow-moving storm is expected to make the landfall post Wednesday midnight. It has weakened and gained intensity on multiple occasions throughout the day.
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Cyclone Nivar has weakened to a Severe cyclonic storm category after making landfall and is expected to move north-northwest wards and weaken further.
The storage level stands at 2,913 mcft as against its total capacity of 3,645 mcft.
Valasaravakkam, Egmore among areas that witnessed heavy water logging.
As per the official data released by the Regional Meteorological Centre here, several stations in and around Chennai have registered rainfall in excess of 10 cm.
Several areas saw waterlogging and people could be seen wading through sheets of water as the spell also resulted in traffic congestion in many localities.