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Triple century rains over Maharashtra, Mumbai rains to surpass the monthly average of August soon

August 5, 2020 10:54 AM |
Maharashtra Rain

Heavy to very heavy rains to continue over Mumbai and suburbs. Mumbai has already recorded 61% of its monthly rainfall in the first 5 days of August. Until now, the cumulative rainfall for Mumbai is around 357 mm against the monthly average of 585.2 mm.

During the last 24 hours, heavy to extremely heavy rains lashed Konkan and Goa. Dahanu and Mahabaleshwar made triple centuries with 383mm and 321mm of rain, respectively.

During the last 24 hours, Santacruz recorded 84mm and Colaba 53mm of rain.

A well-mark low-pressure area is over the North Bay of Bengal and the cyclonic circulation is over South Gujarat. Due to these Meteorological parameters, monsoon current is active to vigorous over Konkan and Goa and adjoining West Coast. Mumbai may receive moderate to heavy showers until tonight. Thereafter, the intensity will decrease, and the rain belt will shift over Gujarat.

Intense rain activities will continue all along the West Coast for the next 2-3 days, from Gujarat to Kerala across Konkan and Goa and coastal Karnataka.

Mumbai rains are expected to reduce by tomorrow. Another spell of heavy rains may reappear over Mumbai and suburbs around August 11. Skymet is keeping a keen watch over the weather parameters and will keep updating.

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