What exactly went wrong? #ChennaiFloods

What exactly went wrong? #ChennaiFloods

What exactly went wrong? #ChennaiFloods Based on the Koppen climate classification most parts of Tamil Nadu falls under the tropical savanna climate. Being the capital of Tamil Nadu, Chennai is heavily dependent on monsoon rains. Since the district is mostly dependent on rains for recharging its water resources, monsoon failures lead to acute water scarcity and severe drought. The normal annual rainfall of Chennai is about 649.3 mm but the actual rainfall between October – December is 1487.7 mm which is whooping 129% more rainfall this year. (Source: IMDChennai). But…