Chennai Rains Live Updates on Chennai Flood 2017


Chennai Rains Live Updates on Chennai Flood 2017

OMR is clear from water logging

SP Infocity to Virugambakkam through OMR, guindy is safe by bikes and cars.

Waterlogging is said to have reported in areas such as LB Road, Taramani Link Road and Velachery

Heavy rain has come to an end and so as of now no threat for heavy rain from big clouds near Chennai by TN weatherman.

Local Trains from MSB and Flights from Anna Terminal is running little bit delay

Most of the Main roads are clear. Some subways is said to have blocked.

T.Nagar Duraisamy Subway is closed due to because of logging. Please take alternate route.

Chennai Reservoirs water level

Just avoid Kathipara to Vadapalani road travel as there is heavy water logging from Olympia to Ekkaduthangal Metro. Take alternate route from Saidapet.

Who are travelling through Thoraipakkam Road to reach Keelkatalai/Madipakkam please do not choose  LIC Nagar route.

People who are travelling from Nungambakkam towards AnnaNagar. Sterling Road is filled up to knee with deep water and traffic is bid bad moving at the single lane. Nelson Manickam Subway is cordoned off by traffic police as water is filling up fast. By next rainfall, it’s surely to be flooded. Shanthi colony and Anna nagar is better now. Heavy rains to continue until Mogappair on the same route.

Damage has done more to Sholinganallur. About two or three feet water from signal to aavin. Four wheelers started stranding one by one.

Don’t use Medavakkam to Sholinganallur route. Water is said to have started reaching roads and nearby SathakCollege as there is upto hip level water by now. Already two or four wheelers got stranded.

Mylapore Vivekananda College road is now blocked because of heavy Water logging. Two wheelers – Pedestrains – Cars use alternate route.

People are travelling to Guindy, Porur, Vadapalani, Pallavaram, Saidapet don’t come through Velachery Phoenixmall route. Left after Phoenix mall is said to have been blocked as water level is high.

Okkiyam to mettukuppam damage has done. Its tough for vehicles to cross. Two or three feet water. Tuf to pass okkiyam especially

AnnaUniversity Kotturpuram flooded upto 15cms

Waterlog from camp road to East tambaram. Suburban Trains are usual but slow one.

Water logging at Mount Thomas Police station in Allandur. Siezed vehicles have submerged.

There is no water logging in Nelson Manickam Road Subway near Loyola College as of now. No traffic from Anna arch to Ethiraji Salai.

Velachery ByPass 100Ft Rd is now well clear avoid Velachery High Rd Gurunanak to Vijaynagar use Bypass

OMR safe to travel with manageable water logs.

Madipakkam route is clear now, interiors water logged.

Route from OMR to Tharamani through Velachery Guindy and porur is safe.

Triplicane to Chennai Central route is safe now. Single point water logging near to Body Guard Muniswaran temple.

Olympia tech park is usual water log. Ekkaduthangal to Ashok Pillar looks fine to travel on 100 feet road.

Local trains running at Velachery to beach station. Beach to to Chengalpattu local train running as usual.

Its Okay to travel via Guindy, Alandur, Adambakkam, Ekatuthangal

Velachery phoenix mall, Guindy, Kathipara, Vadapalani main road, Koyambedu bus stand, Anna Nagar, Thirumangalam junction, Mogappair roads are clear and safe and no water logging.

Traffic shutdown at Gengu Reddy Subway in both directions because of rain water logging. Traffic and corporation staff attending.

The former director of the Regional Meteorological Centre`s Area Cyclone Warning Centre – S.R Ramanan stated that rain in Chennai is expected to continue and there is chances for cyclone formation under name Demiri near the Bay of Bengal.

Because of heavy rain TN gov ordered to give leave for private companies. Make confirm from companies.

There is no water logging this route Adyar -anna University-guindy – kathipara (foot deep water) – ramapuram. MRC Nagar – knee deep water

Water overflowing at Medavakkam – Mambakkam road Kaleesuwari / Goldwinner factory. Only HEAVY vehicles able to cross. Stay away

Moderate to heavy rains is said to continue to lash at the state of Tamil Nadu including Chennai for the next 2-3 days. Few areas might also see one or two heavy rains during the same time period. Instances of thunderstorm and lightning were also expected over some places.