Rain in Mumbai Till September 23: For the last few days, the rains have once again gained momentum in Maharashtra. Skymet Weather has predicted torrential rains in Mumbai and suburban areas of Mumbai till September 23. It rained heavily in Mumbai last night. Monsoon is expected to be active over the west coast.
According to the estimates given by Skymet, due to the rains in Mumbai, there will be a situation of water logging in many places. Mahesh Palawat, an expert associated with Skymet, said that the Santacruz area received 71 mm of rain last night. It rained heavily in Lower Parel in the morning.
Rain in Mumbai Till September 23
Skymet expert Mahesh Pulawat has predicted that the monsoon will continue to prevail not only in Mumbai but across Maharashtra. Due to this, heavy rains are expected till 23 September. Apart from this, heavy rains have been predicted in the areas of the Vidarbha region. The water level in the dam in the Vidarbha region has increased. People living on the river banks have been advised to be cautious.
#Rain to continue over #Mumbai and suburbs until September 23rd. Few heavy spells amy lead to waterlogging in low lying areas. #Monsoon surge to remain active over #Maharashtra coast. Download mumbairainapp from play store #MumbwiRain @SkymetWeather @JATINSKYMET @MumbaiRainApp pic.twitter.com/xAaYDkXhgT
— Mahesh Palawat (@Mpalawat) September 20, 2021
There will be intermittent rain in Mumbai, so no need to panic
According to Skymet’s forecast, the weather will clear after 23 September. Due to the active monsoon over the west coast, it will rain till 23 September. According to Skymet, the rain will be intermittent; there will be no continuous rain. So there is no need to panic.
Torrential rain continues in Gondia.
Heavy rain has prevailed in the Gondia district since Monday morning. Water has come up to half a foot above the bridge near Dawki village from Deori Amgaon road. This bridge has been built for immediate.
People are commuting through this bridge by risking their lives. The movement of heavy vehicles and people going to the National Highway from this bridge and coming towards Amgaon and Gondia from National Highway is started. If the flow of water increases, there is a possibility of a significant accident.
Rain continues in the Chandrapur district.
Rainfall continues in Chandrapur as well. It rained a lot yesterday during Ganesh Visarjan. But the information about rain is good news for Chandrapur. A sufficient amount of water has not been collected in the ponds and dams. Therefore, people are looking happy with the forecast of rain for the next two three days here.