Rains under the influence of north east monsoon on Monday hit normal life in several parts of Tamil Nadu where educational institutions remained closed even as the weather office forecast heavy downpour in the next three days in the state, Puducherry and coastal Andhra Pradesh. Reports claim at least 95 people have died due to incessant rains across parts of Tamil Nadu in the past few days.
In Chennai, office-goers faced a harrowing time due to water-logging and delay in train services.
Several areas, including Mylapore (South Chennai), Vysarpadi and Perambur (North Chennai) have remained inundated since due to flooding.
The city has been experiencing continuous rains since Saturday night with the spell reduced to a drizzle on Monday.
India Meteorological Department has warned of heavy rains in the next three days in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and coastal Andhra Pradesh.
Incessant rains continued in Nagapattinam district for the third consecutive day on Monday throwing normal life out of gear. Paddy crops in hundreds of acres remain submerged in this region.