As predicted by Skymet Weather, many coastal stations of Maharashtra and Vidarbha witnessed heavy rainfall activity. In fact, Mumbai rains also increased in intensity. Meanwhile, remaining dustricts of the state recorded scattered rainfall activity.
In the last 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Mahabaleshwar recorded 125 mm of rain, Gondia 63.6 mm, Nashik 50.2 mm, Dahanu 50.6 mm, Ratnagiri 44.4 mm, Mumbai 37.6 mm, Thane 33.8 mm, Jalgaon 38.9 mm, Amravati 30.2 mm, Alibag 27.8 mm, Buldhana 25 mm, Vengurla 20.6 mm and Akola 17 mm of rain.
As per Skymet Weather, cyclonic circulation is persisting over South Coastal Gujarat and adjoining regions at lower troposphere. Simultaneously, an off shore trough is running along Maharashtra Coast to Kerala Coast.
In wake of these weather systems, heavy to very rainfall will continue along the Maharashtra coast including Mumbai, Ratnagiri, Alibag, Harnai, Matheran, Mahabaleshwar, and Dahanu. Mumbai rains will also increase in intensity leading to water logging at many low lying regions of the city of dreams.
However, Madhya Maharashtra will receive light to moderate rain at many places. Therefore, stations like Pune, Kolhapur, Sangli, Satara will record light to moderate Monsoon rains.
Meanwhile, the well-marked low-pressure area lies over northern parts of Coastal Odisha. This system is expected to move west/northwest wards affecting the western parts of Vidarbha in the form of heavy rains. Districts like Garhchiroli, Gondia, Nagpur, Nanded, and Yavatmal may witness hefty showers.
Meanwhile, remaining parts of Vidarbha and entire Marathwada will observe light Monsoon showers with cloudy sky conditions.
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