Several parts of the Coimbatore district received moderate rain on Monday, registering a decline in the intensity and frequency from the previous days.
Roads in low-lying areas, including several underpasses, remained inundated on Monday. Dr Krishnasamy Mudaliyar Road, Good shed Road, Avinashi Road flyover at Uppilipalayam and Coimbatore north flyover witnessed traffic snarls after motorists could not use the underpasses. A huge tree got uprooted at Uppilipalayam in the impact of the rain. Coimbatore district registered a total rainfall of 257 mm and an average rainfall of 18.36 mm in the 24 hours that ended 8 a.m. Monday, according to the district administration.
Heavy rain will continue in Tamil Nadu for the next 48 hours as the cyclonic circulation extends from the southern Bay of Bengal to the coast of the state, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Monday. So on the 10th & 11th, Tamil Nadu and adjoining south Andhra Pradesh will experience heavy to very heavy rainfall. It’ll decrease on the 12th when this low-pressure area travels towards the west.
People are asked to buy essential things prior and be safe in their homes.
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