The town and its suburbs witnessed intermittent spells of sunshine to reasonable rain between Monday and Tuesday.
The depth of rain was larger within the suburbs, with remoted areas receiving small bursts of heavy showers. Between 8.30 am Monday and eight.30 am Tuesday, the Santacruz climate observatory, which represents Mumbai and its suburbs, recorded 44.7 mm of rain whereas the Colaba climate station, which represents south Mumbai, recorded 16.2 mm rain. The India Meteorological Division (IMD) classifies 15.6 mm-64.4 mm of rainfall as reasonable and 64.5 mm-115.5 mm of rainfall as heavy. Probably the most rain was recorded at Dahisar at 118 mm, adopted by the jap suburbs with 87 mm in Chembur, 71 mm in Mulund and 68 mm rain within the northwestern suburb of Borivali, whereas areas like Panvel and Nerul, Navi Mumbai, recorded the heaviest showers within the Mumbai Metropolitan Area at 95 mm and 93 mm, respectively.
Between 8.30 am and 10.30 am Tuesday, south Mumbai recorded 0.5 mm of rain and the suburbs recorded 6.6 mm.
The climate bureau on Tuesday stated the town may count on gentle to reasonable showers to proceed by the day. “Fashions are indicating cloud cowl alongside the whole West coast, which can permit the moist spell to proceed in Mumbai and surrounding areas. Nonetheless, extra rain is predicted in the direction of the ghat areas and south Konkan underneath the affect of climate programs over central India and creating programs over Bay of Bengal which might be intensifying energetic monsoon situations,” stated KS Hosalikar, deputy director basic, western area, IMD.
In the meantime, over the previous 24 hours, the utmost quantity of rainfall in Maharashtra was recorded at Mahabaleshwar (79.8 mm), adopted by Dahanu (60.8 mm). Mahabaleshwar surpassed its month-to-month rain common on Sunday with 1,861 mm rain in opposition to the imply for the month at 1784.3 mm.