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Mumbai Rains: Anticipate heavy rain until Thursday; Mumbai surpasses yearly common rain | Mumbai Information

MUMBAI: Until Sunday morning, the town obtained complete rainfall of two,526mm-surpassing the annual common with over 50 days of monsoon nonetheless left. With 18.6mm rainfall recorded by IMD Santacruz observatory within the 24 hours ending at 8.30am on Sunday, the annual common of two,514mm was breached. IMD Colaba recorded complete rainfall of two,447.2mm in the identical interval.
Whereas the weekend was comparatively dry, IMD forecast that the south west monsoon is prone to be energetic on west coast once more. IMD issued a ‘yellow’ alert for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in Mumbai, Thane and Raigad. A yellow alert means heavy rain at remoted locations may be very doubtless. “The situations are prone to proceed for per week,” mentioned Ok S Hosalikar, deputy director-general (western area), IMD. For Monday, the IMD has forecast usually cloudy skies with few spells of sunshine to reasonable rainfall.
Because the onset of monsoon was declared in Mumbai on June 14, rain started to choose up tempo quickly after the month ended. The energetic monsoon spell that the town witnessed over the previous couple of days gave Mumbai August’s common rain within the first seven days of the month itself. Final 12 months, the town surpassed the annual common rainfall on August 25.

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