Chennai Floods Share your Experiences

Almost all of us were affected in the recent Chennai Floods.  Some of us were lucky to have just escaped with power & connectivity cuts while a few others were not so lucky and had to be rescued from their water logged houses. But we showed the spirit of Namma Chennai with so many young and old alike helping the city and fellow Chennaiites to come back to normal.

This platform has been created for you to share your experiences.  You want to thank an unnamed volunteer go ahead and let the city know.  If you want to share your joy of giving, your story of volunteering, share it so rest of the city could salute you for your efforts. You can share your stories at Chennai Floods – Your Story

In Weather Updates Delta region has got fairly widespread rains yesterday as well with Nagappattinam & Karaikal recording about 4 cms rains till 5:30 AM in the morning. The trough at mean sea level continues to persist off the coast of Tamil Nadu.  This is expected to give some moderate rains to most parts of Coastal Tamil Nadu.  The heavier rains are expected to be in Central Tamil Nadu coasts and South Tamil Nadu coasts.  Some places in South Tamil Nadu around Thootukkudi & Tirunelveli districts could get heavy rains today. Later in the evening / night delta region around Nagappattinam could see rains once again.  Around midnight we will some places in North Coastal Tamil Nadu get some spells of rains at times these spells could be moderate & short heavy spells. Interior places around Trichy / Karur are expected to get some isolated rains today.

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Chennai Weather Update: Skies to remain cloudy with occasional spells of rains during the morning hours  These rains are expected to be moderate most of the time and are unlikely to be heavy.  The rains are expected to clear off later part of the day.  Towards midnight early morning tomorrow we could see similar rains like today morning. Mostly moderate rains with one or two occasional short heavy spells.  Flooding rains are unlikely and there is no reason to panic.