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6/10/21

Heavy rains in Mumbai for second day, red alert issued; Heavy rains expected in Goa and Gujarat between June 11 and 13

Monsoon Tracker:  Heavy rains in Mumbai for second day, red alert issued; Heavy rains expected in Goa and Gujarat between June 11 and 13



Monsoon will reach Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand in 72 hours tomorrow



The south-west monsoon has become active in and around Mumbai. This is the second time that a record-breaking rain has fallen since the onset of the monsoon. The previous record was 399 mm on June 10, 1991.

The monsoon is likely to reach Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand within 72 hours by tomorrow. Heavy rains that started on Wednesday in Mumbai were also seen on Thursday. A red alert has been issued for rain in the city. A high tide warning has been issued for the sea around 4 p.m.

NDRF's 15 team alert
meteorologists have warned of heavy rains in Mumbai, Thane, Palghar and Raigad districts till June 14. In view of this, 15 teams of NDRF have been kept on alert. The first monsoon rains have inundated lower parts of Mumbai.

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Local services on the Central and Harbor lines were disrupted on Wednesday due to flooding in the railway line. The Western and Eastern Expressways were also jammed for about 5 hours. Apart from Sion, Kings Circle, Dadar and Hindmata in central Mumbai, other areas including Andheri and Malad in the western suburbs have also been flooded.

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Local service also remained closed for some time.
Local service of Central Line also remained suspended for some time, first to Kurla and later to Thane. The Western Railway said the speed of the train has slowed down due to flooding on the track between Dadar and Andheri. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray reached the Disaster Control Room at the BMC headquarters in the afternoon and reviewed the situation.

Heavy rains have lashed many parts of Mumbai since Wednesday


According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), Mumbai received 221 mm of rainfall on the first day from 8.30 am to 6.30 pm on Wednesday, while the city received 45 mm of rainfall. Mumbai received 221 mm of rain in 9 hours on the first day on Wednesday.

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Goa Gujarat is likely to
receive heavy rains from June 11-13 . Cyclonic winds have hit the coast of South Gujarat. Heavy rains are expected in Konkan, Goa, South Gujarat, Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala between June 11-13. According to the meteorological department, around 33.6 mm of rainfall was recorded across the country on June 8, which is 18% (5.3 mm) more than the normal average rainfall (28.3 mm) between June 1 and 8.

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Madhya Pradesh: Pre-monsoon rains
in several districts Pre-monsoon rains fell in several districts of Madhya Pradesh, including Bhopal and Mhow near Indore. Just before the monsoon, the capital received one-third of a month's quota of rain on June 8. The rainfall quota in June is 5.05 inches, which has fallen to 2.13 in just 8 days.

The water level of the big lake on Tuesday was 1659.90 feet, it remained the same on Wednesday. If the monsoon continues at the same speed, it will be the second time in 11 years that the monsoon will reach Bhopal on time, i.e. before June 20. Earlier, the monsoon reached Bhopal on June 10, 2013.

Bhopal's Kolans river flooded for the second time in 14 years in the first week of June. This covers about 225 sq km of the 365 sq km catchment area of ​​the large lake.

Uttar Pradesh: For the fourth time in 7 days, the weather has changed.
Pre-monsoon rains have started in Uttar Pradesh. Heavy rains lashed several districts, including Lucknow, on Thursday. The meteorological department issued an alert saying heavy winds along with rains would blow in 20 districts of UP. There are 10 to 11 days left in the arrival of monsoon in UP. Earlier on Wednesday, it rained in some districts of Purvanchal




This change in weather is due to the cyclone in the east. Alerts have been issued in Bahraich, Gonda, Ayodhya, Lucknow, Unnao, Rae Bareli, Amethi, Sultanpur, Jaunpur, Kaushambi, Chitrakoot, Prayagraj, Mirzapur, Varanasi. The meteorological department said strong winds could blow at speeds of up to 40 kilometers per hour.

Chhattisgarh Several districts are likely to
receive rains in Chhattisgarh. The south-west monsoon is likely to arrive in Chhattisgarh by Friday. The monsoon will start from Sukma-Vijapur district. The Bay of Bengal has a low pressure area, according to the meteorological department. Because of this the monsoon clouds are moving fast. Heavy rains lashed Raipur on Wednesday night. Rain is also expected in many parts of the region on Thursday.

Heavy rains lashed Raipur on Wednesday
Heavy rains lashed Raipur on Wednesday

Chhattisgarh Several districts are likely to
receive rains in Chhattisgarh. The south-west monsoon is likely to arrive in Chhattisgarh by Friday. The monsoon will start from Sukma-Vijapur district. According to the meteorological department, there is a low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal. Because of this the monsoon clouds are moving fast. Heavy rains lashed Raipur on Wednesday night. Rain is also expected in many parts of the region on Thursday.

Heavy rains lashed Raipur on Wednesday
Heavy rains lashed Raipur on Wednesday

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