As winters have started knocking on the doors, Chennai has recently seen a drop in temperature and Twitteratis have already started the hilarious memefest session.
The IMD (The Indian Meteorological Department) has forecast massive rainfall with strong surface winds, thunderstorms and lightning over Chennai. IMD also said remote locations of Villupuram, Chengalpattu, Kancheepuram, Chennai, Thiruvalluvar, Ranipet districts of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry were most likely to receive rainfall on November 21.
On Monday (November 21), daytime temperatures dipped below 25C in the city for the first time in 20 years, and we think it’s safe to say the Twitteratis lost it. A slight exaggeration of the event – the hashtag #ChennaiSnow started trending on social media as memes regarding the same flooded Twitter.
Not wanting to miss the fun, the official CSK handle tweeted a video of the M.A. Chidambaram Cricket Stadium covered in snow.
The #ChennaiSnow hashtag is currently trending on the internet, as a meme fest has erupted across social media with hilarious comic photos, videos and puns.
On a highly unusual blustery afternoon in Chennai, the temperature plummeted to 22.5C, prompting online users to compare the weather to a snowy day. People compared it to a snow day due to the windy and rainy conditions in the city.
Mercury levels dropped nearly 5C yesterday, and ongoing rains may keep temperatures within the same range, according to P Senthamarai Kannan, Director of Regional Weather Forecast Center, IMD Chennai.
The memefest started on social media with funny memes, pictures and hysterical puns and started breaking the internet with comedic comparisons #ChennaiSnow is trending on the internet. The heavy rain and windy weather in the city have led people to compare it to a snowy day.
Here are some of our favourite #ChennaiSnow memes:
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