IMD issues orange alert, may witness heavy rainfall for next 3 days

Mumbai could witness heavy rainfall for the subsequent three days in line with the India Meteorological Division (IMD).

Heavy rains have been now anticipated to reach someday on Sunday, peak by Tuesday, and proceed intermittently for the remainder of the week, in line with a report by Hindustan Times.

The IMD has predicted a cloudy sky with average rain/ thundershowers within the metropolis and suburbs. There may be additionally a chance of heavy to very heavy rainfall at remoted locations. Earlier, the weathermen had predicted that rainfall exercise will start from Saturday, nevertheless, there was a delay because of the formation of an east-west shear zone (an space stuffed by opposing winds) over the north Konkan coast.

The monsoon situations are set to be strengthed over your complete Mumbai area underneath the affect of a low stress space forming within the Bay of Bengal and an higher air cyclonic circulation within the Arabian Sea.

Mumbai could obtain as a lot as 400mm of rain and has subsequently been positioned underneath the orange class by the IMD.

Akshay Deoras, an impartial meteorologist, tweeted.“Mumbai-MMR can anticipate average showers on July 11. Present forecast suggests average to heavy rain within the area on July 12, which might trigger waterlogging and traditional disruptions. Total, lively subsequent week for the monsoon.”

Town has thus far seen 1106mm of rain since June 1, which is about 37% in extra of the seasonal regular of 801mm. Nonetheless, since July 1, town has recorded largely poor rains at a departure of greater than -80%.

Subscribe to Mint Newsletters

* Enter a sound electronic mail

* Thanks for subscribing to our e-newsletter.

By no means miss a narrative! Keep related and knowledgeable with Mint.
Obtain
our App Now!!

Scroll to Top