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Mumbai rains to take a back seat; Dry weather likely

Mumbai rains to take a back seat; Dry weather likely

04:20 PM

Mumbai Rains

After battering the city of dreams Mumbai with 32 mm of rains the last day, the rainfall activity over the capital of Maharashtra once again. However, Mumbai has been witnessing thundershowers and rainfall of varied intensity since October 5. In the last 24 hours from 8.30 am on Tuesday, both the Colaba and the Santa Cruz Observatory in Mumbai failed to record any rains.

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Normally by this time, Monsoon withdraws from Mumbai. But this year the withdrawal has been delayed and rains are still going on over the city. As per Skymet Weather, it is anticipated that the weather will become dry and temperatures are likely to rise over the state capital.

Humidity levels are also likely to rise over the city and adjoining areas. Dry weather is likely to persist until October 20. Thereafter, rain and thundershowers will make a comeback around October 21 and 22 in some parts of the city. However, the intensity of rain and thundershowers will be low.

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Hence, water logging, train delays, and traffic jams bothering the locals are not anticipated. Once again after the short spell of showers, the weather will become dry and the prolonged dry spell will mark its beginning from October 22. The dry spell will occur due to the absence of any significant weather system. Mumbaikars will celebrate a rain-free Diwali. As on October 16, Mumbai city is rain surplus by 65 percent.

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