Chennai: The Indian Meteorological Department on Monday predicted widespread rainfall in three states and union territories Monday. IMD has predicted light to moderate rainfall for Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Mahe, Puducherry, and Karaikal for the next 5 days.
The IMD forecast said: “Scattered / fairly widespread light to moderate rains will be experienced over Karnataka, Kerala, Mahe, Tamilnadu, Puducherry and Karaikal over the next 5 days. Isolated heavy rains most likely over Tamilnadu, Puducherry and Karaikal over the next 5 days and Kerala and Mahe on November 25-26. “
“Very heavy isolated rains are also very likely over Tamilnadu, Puducherry and Karaikal on November 25 and 26,” it said.
However, all of the southern states, including Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, and Union Territories, have already experienced flood-like conditions in various parts of the country. State.
The capital of Karnataka, Bangalore, has already been inundated due to unexpected rainfall. Several lakes and bodies of water are in flood and water has entered the low-lying areas of Yelahanka and the Mahadevapura area, according to a report by PTI.
One of Bengaluru’s largest IT parks, Manyata Tech Park, was reportedly flooded and workers were reportedly sent home.
Yelahanka received the maximum rainfall of 139mm in two hours in Bengaluru. Yelahanka MP SR Vishwanath told PTI that the water would recede in 2-3 days.
Water is also receding in Tirupati and the surrounding areas of Andhra Pradesh.