Incessant rainfall has been pummelling Mumbai and suburban areas since Wednesday morning. The climate workplace has warned of heavy rain for the following 24 hours within the metropolis. Neighbouring areas of Thane, Raigad and Ratnagiri can even see heavy downpour at present and tomorrow, in keeping with the India Meteorological Division (IMD).
“Mumbai and the western suburbs and elements of Thane obtained greater than 60 mm rainfall in final six hours…,” KS Hosalikar, Deputy Director Common of Meteorology, IMD, Mumbai stated in a tweet. Mr Hosalikar added that northern Konkan, Raigad, Thane, Mumbai and Palghar, elements of south Gujarat are “very more likely to obtain intermittent intense spells of rain”.
Mumbai W suburbs & elements of Thane, NM obtained greater than 60 mm rains in final 6 hrs at 2.30 pm. Satellite tv for pc/radar signifies intense clouding over N Konkan. Raigad Thane Mumbai & Palghar, elements of S Gujrat very more likely to obtain intermittent intense spells of rains. TC pl@RMC_Mumbaipic.twitter.com/rFSupJcsVW
— Okay S Hosalikar (@Hosalikar_KS) August 12, 2020
A warning for very heavy rainfall has been issued for Raigad, Nashik and Pune, an IMD official informed information company Press Belief of India. Different elements of Maharashtra can even obtain mild to average showers, he added.
In response to the most recent climate bulletin from IMD, very heavy rain is predicted in Konkan and Goa from August 13-15. Extreme thunderstorms are very probably at locations in east Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh in the course of the subsequent 24 hours.
Madhya Pradesh too has been seeing heavy rain and waterlogging at present. Steady rain for over three hours have inundated elements of Satna.
Water floods the Nagod police station within the Satna district of #MadhyaPradesh after steady heavy rainfall for over three hours. Autos parked within the police station compound had been semi- submerged. pic.twitter.com/GOGP67oyIk
— ANI (@ANI) August 12, 2020
This 12 months rainfall is more likely to be regular within the second half of the four-month monsoon season, the IMD stated. In its long-range forecast, for August-September, the Met division stated. August is more likely to obtain 97 per cent rainfall of the lengthy interval common.