But air services, suspended till tomorrow, may take two or three more days to resume. Only technical flights and ferry services were operated today.
However, intermittent rains and an overcast sky have left  people worried. The Regional Meteorological Centre has forecast light rains in the next 24 hours for the city and suburbs.
Director, Area Cyclone Warning Centre, S R Ramanan told reporters that heavy rains were possible in the coastal and southern districts of the state.

Click here: Rain-hit Chennai airport resumes technical flights

He has advised fishermen of southern coastal districts against venturing into sea for fishing. At least 245 people have died in rain-related incidents since October one. The worst-hit city and suburbs and Kanchipuram and Tiruvallur districts  took a pounding on Tuesday when a large
number of areas  were flooded.

The deluge destroyed crucial road and rail links, shutdown the airport, snapped power and telecom lines and left lakhs of people stranded. In a big relief to the hapless residents, supply of milk and vegetables picked up pace today but there were complaints of scarcity in several places coupled with high prices for essentials.


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