District registers whole rainfall of 257 mm; inundation of underpasses results in visitors snarls
Several components of Coimbatore district obtained moderate rain on Monday, registering a decline within the depth and frequency from the earlier days.
Roads in low-lying areas, together with a number of underpasses, remained inundated on Monday. Dr. Krishnasamy Mudaliyar Road, Goodshed Road, Avinashi Road flyover at Uppilipalayam and Coimbatore north flyover witnessed visitors snarls after motorists couldn’t use the underpasses. An enormous tree bought uprooted at Uppilipalayam within the impression of the rain.
According to the district administration, water stage in Sholayar reservoir stood at 160.27 ft in opposition to the total reservoir stage (FRL) of 165 ft. Aliyar reservoir had 118.60 ft of water in opposition to the FRL of 120 ft. The water stage in Bhavani Sagar reservoir touched 103.70 ft in opposition to the FRL of 105 ft. The water stage stood at 70.99 ft in opposition to the FRL of 72 ft in Parambikulam reservoir. Pilloor reservoir had 87.25 ft of water in opposition to its FRL of 100 ft and Siruvani reservoir had 44.60 ft in opposition to the FRL of 49.53 ft.
The influx to Bhavanisagar reservoir was 4,468 cusecs and the outflow 5,342 cusecs.
Pilloor’s influx and outflow stood at 2,000 and three,000 cusecs respectively.
The influx into Parambikulam was 1,737 cusecs, with the identical quantity of outflow.
Coimbatore district registered a complete rainfall of 257 mm and a mean rainfall of 18.36 mm within the 24 hours that ended 8 a.m. Monday, in response to the district administration.
The rainfall recorded elsewhere through the 24-hour interval are: Mettuapalayam 11 mm, Cincona 5 mm, Chinnakallar 8 mm, Valparai PAP 1 mm, Valparai Taluk 1 mm, Sholayar 2 mm, Aliyar 7 mm, Sulur 2 mm, Pollachi 15 mm, Coimbatore south 83 mm, airport 22 mm, Periyanaickenpalayam 37 mm, and Tamil Nadu Agricultural University 63 mm.
Staff Reporter , 2021-11-08 23:58:56