The cyclonic storm ‘Mandous’ developed a deep depression off the coast of North TN.
Cyclonic Storm Mandous, which hit the coast at Mamallapuram, has now turned into a deep depression. But the weather system had an effect on the city and its neighborhoods. A number of trees were uprooted.
The fallen trees were taken care of by the city, including by the Greater Chennai Corporation. Power was still out in a lot of the city and the areas around it.
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The IMD Chennai said in a tweet, ‘The cyclonic storm Mandous, whose name means ‘treasure box,’ turned into a deep depression over the north Tamil Nadu coast. It is expected to move west-northwest and weaken into a depression by December 10 at noon.’
The cyclonic storm ‘Mandous’ developed into a deep depression off the coast of north Tamil Nadu. By noon on December 10, it is expected to have moved west-northwest and become a depression. For more information, go to:
India Meteorological Department (@Indiametdept) Dec. 10, 2022
K. K. S. S. R. Ramachandran (generally known as Sattur Ramachandran) , Minister of Tamil Nadu’s Revenue and Disaster Management, said that, based on early estimates, there was no major damage.
He also said that more than 9,000 people were staying in 205 relief centres. According to the city police, nearly 100 trees fell in different parts of the metro, and 52 of them have been taken down. Five other electrical lines also fell, and three of them have been cleared.
Police say that traffic on the Kamarajar Salai near the Marina, which had been stopped, is back up and running. Water did not get into the subways.