“In 2015, Chennai received 116 cm of rainfall during the monsoon season of which 102 cm rainfall was recorded in November alone. However, Kancheepuram received the highest amount of rainfall with 106 cm in November 2015, while 81 cm and 72 cm of rainfall were recorded by Puducherry and Karaikal respectively. In November 2021, Puducherry received more rainfall with 104 cm, followed by Karaikal 102 cm, Chennai 91 cm, Chengalpattu 86 cm and Cuddalore 84 cm. So, the highest rainfall in Chennai has been recorded in 2015,” said N Puviarasan, Director, Area Cyclone Warning Centre, Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC), Chennai. As far as the forecast for Chennai is concerned, the sky is likely to be clear; light to moderate rains along with thunderstorm activity to occur for the next two days. Also, the rains will gradually reduce across the state in the coming days, Met officials said.