Chennai Meteorological department director Balachandran had today announced that the North eastern monsoons have begun, and from Sri Lanka to North western Bay of Bengal, there is a low pressure trough existing.
Yesterday morning by 12:15, Balachandran had met the press and during his interaction he said the following:" Northeastern monsoons have begun in Tamilnadu and Pondicherry, and now due to the low pressure trough existing in Srilanka to Bay of Bengal stretch there will be constant rains.
There's an upward pressure rotation over Tamilnadu, and hence on November 2 and 3, there will be mild rains in most parts of Tamilnadu, and in coastal areas there will be heavy rains, with the speed of wind being higher. At the maximum in past 24 hours, Kelambakkam had registered 10 centimeter rainfalls".
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