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Torrential rains in Mumbai for two consecutive days; Heavy rains in 14 states including Gujarat in 2-3 days

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Monsoon arrives in Mumbai. It is raining heavily in the city. The low-lying areas are flooded. Deputy Director General of the Meteorological Department Dr. According to Jayant Sarkar, the monsoon normally enters Mumbai from June 10, but has arrived 1 day earlier this year.

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Amid heavy rains in Mumbai, a high tide is expected at 11.45 am on Wednesday. During this time waves 4 to 5 meters high can rise in the sea. If it continues to rain like this, the low-lying areas are likely to be flooded up to the knees. This will also increase the difficulty in transitioning to corona.

Passengers are facing difficulties due to flooding in Mumbai.

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Monsoon Telangana, some other parts of Andhra Pradesh may become active in the next few days. In the next 4-5 days, heavy rains are expected in about 14 states including Chhattisgarh, Vidarbha, Jharkhand, Gujarat and Telangana.

It also rained in many places in Chennai on Monday and Tuesday. Vehicle lights had to be turned on even during the day due to low visibility.

Pre-monsoon rains in
Mumbai The monsoon will enter Mumbai in the next 2-3 days. According to the meteorological department, the monsoon could reach Mumbai and Kolkata simultaneously. It is raining pre-monsoon in Mumbai at present. Heavy rains have lashed Mumbai and other coastal areas this week.


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The monsoon will arrive in Mumbai and Kolkata around June 11. Along with this, monsoon will be active in other areas of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. In the next 4-5 days, heavy rains are expected in 14 states including Chhattisgarh, Vidarbha, Bihar, Jharkhand, Gujarat and Telangana.

According to the meteorological department, heavy rains are expected in Odisha and West Bengal this week. Forecast. The first low pressure area of ​​this monsoon is being prepared in the Bay of Bengal. Due to this, monsoon will reach Odisha, Sikkim, Jharkhand, Bihar, Eastern UP, MP and some parts of Gujarat.

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In Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat, from June 11-13,
heavy rains and strong winds are likely to blow on the coast of South Gujarat. As a result, heavy rains are expected in Konkan, Goa, Central Maharashtra, South Gujarat, Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala between June 11 and 13. According to the meteorological department, 33.6 mm of rainfall was recorded across the country till June 8, which is 18% (5.3 mm) more than the average rainfall (28.3 mm) recorded from June 1 to 8.

Kolkata gets 3 times as much rain in
May Kolkata gets 3 times as much rain in May. The first week of June is raining pre-monsoon rains. There, Mumbai received a normal average of 493.1 mm of rainfall in June, while a total of 135.3 mm of rainfall has fallen in the last 8 days.

Western Madhya Pradesh to receive more rains
According to the meteorological department's long range forecast on June 1, western Madhya Pradesh, including Bhopal, is likely to receive more rains this time than the eastern parts. The south-west monsoon is moving fast. AK Shukla, a meteorologist, said the Bay of Bengal branch covered the northeast in a single day.

If this trend continues, it will be the second time in 11 years that the monsoon will reach Bhopal ahead of schedule, i.e. on June 20. The main reason for this is that a low pressure area is also likely to form in the Bay of Bengal on June 11. Many systems are also active in the Arabian Sea. This will accelerate the monsoon. The first monsoon reached Bhopal on June 10, 2013.

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Bhopal received about 1.5 inches of rain in an hour on Tuesday evening
. The effect of the weather in Bhopal on Tuesday is very different. It was very sunny and humid in the morning. By evening a cloudy atmosphere had formed and torrential rains had begun to fall. The wind then blew at 40 mph in most areas at 8.30 pm. This led to a late night power outage in 70 societies in New and Old City Kolar and Bhel Township.

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