Heavy rains predicted to continue in Mumbai for few more days before weather improves

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The populace of the Amchi Mumbai is having a hard time, as constant showers have made daily life difficult in the busy city. Heavy, incessant rainfall have brought a lot of monsoon woes to the metro city dwellers as traffic comes to a near standstill, roads and even railway tracks get water logged and houses get flooded damaging home appliances. People in many parts of Mumbai are facing power failure and drinking water issues as well. As per the weather forecast, Mumbai will continue getting heavy showers for few more days before any respite from rains.

The Met department has predicted “extremely heavy rainfall” on July 29 at some places in Raigad district neighbouring Mumbai and “heavy to very heavy rainfall” at few places within the city of Mumbai and its suburbs.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that the entire state of Maharashtra would receive widespread rainfall on 29th of July.

As per an IMD official, districts like Thane and Palghar bordering Mumbai city would receive “heavy to very heavy rains” at few places on 29th July, but the intensity of the rains would lessen from Tuesday onwards.

The districts where very high intensity rains are predicted for Monday are Pune, Kolhapur, Satara and Nashik, while Nandurbar, Jalgaon, Dhule, Aurangabad, Parbhani, Hingoli, Nanded, Latur, Osmanabad and Jalna are predicted to have heavy showers.

The IMD stated that in the rest of the week the rains are expected to get moderate to light in most parts of Maharashtra.

Heavy rainfall is categorized by over 64.5 mm rains in 24 hours.

The Colaba and Santacruz observatories have already recorded 44.2 millimetres and 27.7 mm rainfall, respectively in the 24 hour period starting on Saturday 8.30 am.

Mumbai and its suburbs, Thane, Palghar and Pune have witnessed excess than average rainfall between 1st June and 24th July.

Friday and Saturday also witnessed heavy showers in suburbs of Mumbai and Navi Mumbai.

The populace of the Amchi Mumbai is having a hard time, as constant showers have made daily life difficult in the busy city. Heavy, incessant rainfall have brought a lot of monsoon woes to the metro city dwellers as traffic comes to a near standstill, roads and even railway tracks get water logged and houses get flooded damaging home appliances. People in many parts of Mumbai are facing power failure and drinking water issues as well. As per the weather forecast, Mumbai will continue getting heavy showers for few more days before any respite from rains.

The Met department has predicted “extremely heavy rainfall” on July 29 at some places in Raigad district neighbouring Mumbai and “heavy to very heavy rainfall” at few places within the city of Mumbai and its suburbs.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that the entire state of Maharashtra would receive widespread rainfall on 29th of July.

As per an IMD official, districts like Thane and Palghar bordering Mumbai city would receive “heavy to very heavy rains” at few places on 29th July, but the intensity of the rains would lessen from Tuesday onwards.

The districts where very high intensity rains are predicted for Monday are Pune, Kolhapur, Satara and Nashik, while Nandurbar, Jalgaon, Dhule, Aurangabad, Parbhani, Hingoli, Nanded, Latur, Osmanabad and Jalna are predicted to have heavy showers.

The IMD stated that in the rest of the week the rains are expected to get moderate to light in most parts of Maharashtra.

Heavy rainfall is categorized by over 64.5 mm rains in 24 hours.

The Colaba and Santacruz observatories have already recorded 44.2 millimetres and 27.7 mm rainfall, respectively in the 24 hour period starting on Saturday 8.30 am.

Mumbai and its suburbs, Thane, Palghar and Pune have witnessed excess than average rainfall between 1st June and 24th July.

Friday and Saturday also witnessed heavy showers in suburbs of Mumbai and Navi Mumbai.

Heavy rainfall is predicted to continue battering the city of Mumbai for few more days before the weather improves to offer some relief to the Mumbai dwellers.