Mumbai Rains, Weather Forecast HIGHLIGHTS: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall in Mumbai in the next 24 hours. The weather department has hence requested Mumbai residents to take necessary precautions and ensure safety. Heavy rains returned to Mumbai on Monday affecting road and rail traffic and briefly disrupting operations at the airport.
“Along with the cyclonic circulation, there is plenty of moisture that is getting pumped-in from the Arabian Sea. Collectively, this is causing heavy to very heavy rainfall over the region. This will continue over Konkan and Goa, north Madhya Maharashtra till July 11,” said Anupam Kashypai, head, weather department, IMD, Pune.
The weather department has also predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall in Konkan, Goa and north Madhya Maharashtra regions this week. The IMD has forecast heavy to very heavy rain at isolated places in Uttar Pradesh on July 8, 9 and 10. Rain accompanied by thundershower is most likely to occur at many places in Kerala and Lakshadweep also this week with the IMD issuing warning to fishermen in the area from venturing into the sea.
Mumbai rains live updates: Heavy rainfall predicted for the next 24 hours. Get LIVE updates on the weather here.
Today's weather forecast
Today’s High Tide 1723 hrs- 4.13 mtr, Low Tide 2348 hrs – 1.31 mtr, ( Next Day-10.07.2019) High Tide 0604 hrs- 3.57 mtr, Low Tide 1201 hrs – 1.90 mtr- DMU
BEST Traffic: Normal
Road Traffic : Normal
Railway Traffic: Normal
Heavy to very heavy rainfall likely to occur at isolated places across Uttarakhand
Water stocks in city dams improve: IMD warns of heavy to very heavy rain in Maharashtra this week
With appreciable rainfall recorded at the dam sites, the water stocks are slowly filling up. Areas near Temghar (190mm) and Panshet (100mm) dams recorded very heavy rainfall in the last 24 hours. Besides Pune, heavy to very heavy rainfall was also recorder in Satara (85.8mm) and Nashik (70.5mm) during the weekend. Click here to read more
IMD forecast heavy rainfall across Himachal Pradesh
IMD, Himachal Pradesh: Rain/thundershowers very likely to occur over the state with heavy rainfall at isolated places, except in the districts of Lahaul & Spiti and Kinnaur.— ANI (@ANI) July 9, 2019
Mumbai rains: Two boys drown in water-filled ditch
The boys, Piyush Pathak and Mayank Sharma, both residents of a chawl at Yadav Nagar area, had returned home early from school and had gone to play in the ditch when they reportedly lost consciousness while trying to stay afloat. They were rushed to a local hospital where they were declared dead upon arrival Monday, police said. Click here to read more
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