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Mumbai rains to be back on July 14, inching towards 1000-mark

Mumbai rains to be back on July 14, inching towards 1000-mark

10:42 PM

Mumbai rainsAs predicted by Skymet Weather, Mumbai  rains finally took a break on Wednesday. Apart from light rain, the entertainment capital has recorded mere 5 mm of rains today.

Last four days kept Mumbai on toes, as 3-digit rains brought the city at halt. In span of four days, Mumbai recorded 551 mm. This was not the only heavy spell in the month when Mumbai had recorded torrential rainfall for days together.

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Prior to this, on July 2 and July 3, the maximum city had recorded two spells of three-digit rainfall. With this, Mumbai surpassed its daunting monthly average of 840 mm within 10 days only.

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Till July 11, the city has recorded 868 mm of rainfall. Not only this, Mumbai is all set to exceed 1000 mm-mark very soon.

According to weathermen, after taking a short break, heavy Mumbai rains will be back again by July 14. Weather models are indicating that the rains are likely to pick pace again and we can expect moderate to heavy rains to lash city again on July 14 and 15.

The two cyclonic circulations, one over Chhattisgarh and adjoining Madhya Pradesh and the other over Odisha, will once again activate the off-shore trough along the West Coast.

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