Disaster rained from the sky in Mumbai, Meteorological Department issued a yellow alert warning of heavy rain


Mumbai: Monsoon has been very kind to Mumbai. The first good rain of the season came on Thursday. During this, there was waterlogging in many places and people had to face trouble. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for July 1 and 2 and has warned of heavy rain. Meteorological Department director Jayant Sarkar said that an orange alert has been issued in Mumbai for the coming 24 hours. During this, very heavy rain may occur in some areas. In such a situation, there is an appeal to the people to come out of the houses only when necessary.

The Meteorological Department has predicted good rains in Mumbai and Konkan for the coming 5 days. Yellow alert has been issued for Mumbai and the entire Konkan region. During this there is a possibility of heavy rain. The Meteorological Department says that there are full indications of very good rains in Mumbai during the entire monsoon. There are many reasons for this. Conditions are favorable for rain in Mumbai.

For the first time in this monsoon season, Mumbai received good rains on Thursday. About 180 mm of rain has fallen during the last 24 hours. In this, there was heavy rain in the Santa Cruz area. According to the BMC, between 8 am and 8 pm on June 30, Mumbai city recorded the highest rainfall of 119 mm. Its western and eastern suburbs received 78.69 mm and 58.40 mm of rainfall, respectively.

Due to incessant rains, many parts of the capital Mumbai were waterlogged. Buses had to be diverted on 12 routes. However, suburban trains ran normally. There were complaints of delays of up to 15 minutes at some places. Due to the rain, buildings collapsed at two places in Kalba Devi and Sion. Officials said that there were no casualties in these accidents and the people living there were evacuated safely.

Tags: Maharashtra, Mumbai, Weather Update


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