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The rainfall this year is predicted to be extreme over some parts of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh from November 11 - 12. It is also predicted to inundate roads and low lying areas. It may also cause reverlines to flood off. All these are predicted by the India Meteorological Department (IMD). Moreover, a cyclone is seen to rise over southeast Bay of Bengal.
Graphs say, rainfall recorded between 64.5mm to 115.5mm is considered to be heavy whereas between 115.5mm to 204.4 is very heavy. Rainfall over 204.4 is considered to be very heavy rainfall. Weather experts predicted the rainfall over Tamil Nadu to be approximately 200mm.
The IMD also said in one of its statements,'Under its influence, isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall is likely over Tamil Nadu on November 8 and 9 and very heavy rainfall over some parts at few places with extremely heavy falls at isolated places are also likely over South coastal Andhra Pradesh during the same period of time.'
The local bodies are also warned of the roads Getty washed away with water logging in low lying areas. There is also a vast possibility of underpass closures in urban areas. The weather office has also remarked,'A depression has moved from central Arabian sea to northwestwards in the last six hours with an avey speed of eight kilometre per hour.'
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