Chennai Floods : Heavy Rains To Continue For Next 48 Hours – Exams May Postpone, As per Tuesday Afternoon Reports, Heavy rain wreaks havoc in Chennai, schools, colleges remain shut.

Chennai Floods : Heavy Rains To Continue For Next 48 Hours – Exams May Postpone :

Chennai Floods : Heavy Rains To Continue For Next 48 Hours - Exams May Postpone

Updates on December 1, 2015 at 03: 00 PM :Heavy rain has started to affect weather in Chennai and Chennai rains will continue to be heavy in intensity till next 48 hours. Heavy rain has continued over Chennai airport since last three hours which has also reduced the visibility to less than 1 km. Due to heavy rain, schools and colleges are likely to remain shut for next few days.

newAccording to Ramanan Sir, All Schools are Colleges in Chennai, Tiruvallur & Kanchipuram Districts are declared Holiday on 2-12-2015 due to Heavy Rain

Anna University, Madras University and Other Schools, Colleges Exams may chances to postpone on December 2, 2015. But Not Yet Announced Officially. Stay Tuned Here For Any Further Updates

Also Read : Anna University Exams Postponed on December 1, 2015

Chennai City seems to he heading for a crisis of sorts as the government has started releasing 20,000 cubic feet per second of water from Chembarambakkam reservoir into Adyar. This is the highest volume of outflow from the reservoir in several years. On November 17, a day after the city received over 25 centimetres of rainfall, Public Works Department released 18,000 cusecs of water from the reservoir.

Chennai Collector E.Sundaravalli issued a flood warning and appealed to families living along Adyar river to move to safer places. Earlier in the day, it was increased to 5,000 cubic feet per second. The outflow was just 900 cusecs on Monday evening.

After pounding and battering the city for a month, heavy rains resumed overnight on Monday after a brief break for four days. For the 24 hours ending 8.30 a.m. on Tuesday, the rainfall level recorded in the city was 3 three centimetres. Between morning and noon, the city received more than 8 centimetres, officials said.

Suburban train services on the Chennai Beach — Tambaram sector were crippled. Services on the Chennai Central — Tiruvallur sector were also disrupted. Arterial roads were flooded and traffic was affected.

PTI reports