In the central Bay of Bengal, there's a low-pressure zone formed, and hence the Chennai meteorological department had given a warning announcement saying fishermen not to venture into the sea for fishing for the next three days. Due to the atmospheric rotation, and the pressure, heavy rainfalls are expected in southern Tamilnadu and especially in places like Thoothukudi, Tirunelveli, heavy rainfall is expected.
Though northwestern monsoon didn't give many showers of rain as expected, in the coming days there'll be heavy rains said the Chennai meteorological department. Chennai meteorological department director Puviyarasan had said the weather conditions for the next 24 hours.
He said that a storm might be formed in northern parts of Tamilnadu, and this might lead to heavy rains in North Andaman, the Bay of Bengal, and hence warned fishermen not to enter sea for fishing from November 10-13. In the past 24 hours, maximum rainfall of 7 cms was registered at Sirkazhi.
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