After witnessing a spell of heavy rainfall over the previous three days, Mumbai and neighbouring Thane obtained average rains on Monday, however the IMD predicted showers will proceed within the evening within the area.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD), in a press release, additionally stated that important discount in rainfall is predicted over the west coast through the subsequent two days.
According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the Thane-Belapur Industries Association observatory recorded 34 mm rainfall between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm on Monday, the IMD stated.
The Santacruz climate bureau (in Mumbais suburbs) recorded 5.2 mm rainfall, whereas the Colaba climate station, consultant of the island metropolis, reported 1.2 mm rainfall.
The IMD stated that the Mumbai metropolis has obtained 928.three mm rainfall this monsoon season until now, that’s 26 per cent extra from regular common rainfall of 735.1 mm for the present interval.
The suburbs have obtained 896.2 mm seasonal rainfall until now, a departure of 27 per cent from the traditional common rainfall of 705 mm for the present interval.
“Showers to continue tonight Mumbai and around, as seen from satellite and radar latest images..,”IMD Mumbai’s Deputy Director General Ok S Hosalikar tweeted.
The Matheran climate station in Raigad district obtained 22 mm rainfall from 8:30 am to five:30 pm on Monday, the IMD stated.
The Dahanu observatory in Palghar district reported 16.Eight mm rainfall, whereas the Nashik climate bureau reported 4.
three mm rainfall through the interval.
The Santacruz climate station in Mumbai’s western suburbs recorded 116.1 mm downpour through the 24 hours ended at 8.30 am on Monday, whereas the Colaba climate station in South Mumbai recorded 12.Four mm rainfall throughout the identical interval.
Mumbai and different elements of the coastal Konkan area have been experiencing heavy rains since Friday.
On Sunday, the Powai lake in suburban Mumbai began overflowing after the heavy downpour. PTI ENM GK RSY RSY