Tuticorin Rain: Heavy rain lashes Tuticorin district; Tiruchendur temple premises inundated | Chennai News

Tuticorin Rain: Heavy rain lashes Tuticorin district; Tiruchendur temple premises inundated | Chennai News


TUTICORIN: Very heavy rain lashed Tuticorin district of Tamil Nadu from Thursday morning on account of a low strain over the Bay of Bengal. Kayalpattinam and Tiruchendur within the district recorded 246 mm and 217 mm rainfall, respectively, in 10 hours from 6am to 4pm.
Rain left many locations in and across the two coastal cities together with the Arulmigu Subramaniya Swamy Temple in Tiruchendur inundated.
The Tiruchendur temple premises was inundated, and the facet of the temple that’s going through the ocean merged with the ocean. Srivaikuntam (138 mm), Kulasekarapattinam (135 mm) Sathankulam (105 mm), Ottapidaram (99 mm) and Tuticorin (95.8 mm) are different elements of the district that recorded heavy rain in.
The district recorded a mean rainfall of 84.16 mm from 6am to 4pm and the downpour continued within the night.
Neighbouring Tirunelveli district additionally recorded a great spell of showers with a mean rainfall of 49.93 mm in eight hours from 8am to 4pm. Palayamkottai in Tirunelveli metropolis had recorded the best rainfall of 90 mm, adopted by Tirunelveli city (64 mm) within the metropolis and Cheranmahadevi (53) in rural Tirunelveli. Rains additionally lashed many locations in Ramanathapuram district.
The Ramanathapuram district administration declared a vacation for colleges within the morning. Tuticorin district administration declared a vacation for colleges and schools from the afternoon whereas Tirunelveli district administration declared a vacation for colleges from the afternoon. This pressured college students to bear hardships whereas returning residence amidst the downpour.
A vacation was declared for schooling establishments in Tuticorin and Tirunelveli districts on Friday too.
Heavy rain additionally led to rescheduling of the journeys of Tamil Nadu governor R N Ravi and meeting speaker M Appavu. The governor, who was on a two-day go to to Kanyakumari district, returned to Chennai from Thiruvananthapuram as a result of heavy rain in Tuticorin and Madurai. The speaker’s flight from Chennai to Tuticorin landed in Trichy as a result of unhealthy climate in Tuticorin.





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