Mumbai rains updates: IMD predicts Massive rainfall for next 3 days; Also waterlogged at numerous low-lying regions
Various regions of the city noticed the abundant rains on Saturday with the climate division prognosticating massive rainfall for the subsequent three days.
Presently, the lowest and highest temperatures will hang about 24 degree Celsius and 31 degree Celsius with corresponding humidity at 89 %
Nonetheless, due to carelessness by the regional jurisdictions, two individuals passed away and three sustained wounds in different occurrences in the western areas due to electric shock, recently. An inquiry into the lethal incidents has been brought out by the Maharashtra Police.
As stated by the Skymet, a weather prediction firm, Till the day Mumbai has reported 404 mm of downfall against the average of 493 mm.
- The heavy rain will be unstoppable for the subsequent three days and the temperature will be approximately 25 degree Celsius. Furthermore, the Mumbai doppler radiolocation also recorded 50.46% cloud build-up in the area, foretold by IMD
- “The off-shore trough along the West Coast and the cyclonic circulation over the east-central Arabian Sea have kept the Monsoon active to vigorous over Mumbai and nearby coastal areas of Konkan region,” the Skymet declared.
- Massive downfall will continue to be in Mumbai and its neighboring regions considering from Friday night. Water saturation at various lower regions in Mumbai has been recorded ever after massive rains have lashed the greatest city.
- In proportion to BMC, The City will receive 127 mm rainfall, western areas will experience 170 mm rainfall and eastern suburbs will undergo 197mm rainfall, in last 24 hours; “More heavy rains expected in Mumbai today,” IMD announced.