High tide alert in Mumbai, 4.16 meters of waves may rise above the sea
High tide alert in Mumbai, 4.16 meters of waves may rise above the sea

On Monday the Meteorological Department issued a warning saying that the upcoming three days are going to be heavy on Mumbai. According to Sky Meteorological scientist Samarjit Choudhary, Mumbai is unlikely to get relief from the ain in the next three days. Due to rain, water is flooded in most areas, so people are having trouble in daily routine.

There is still a rain alert in Mumbai. The rain from Saturday mudded the lives of the residents of Mumbai yesterday. Water was flooded in many areas including Mumbai's Kurla, Andheri, Sion, Santa Cruz In Mumbai, there is no relief from the monsoon. Due to rain, water was flooded on the streets in Mumbai, due to which traffic was even worse.

This rain of Mumbai has once again opened a poll of BMC arrangements, but Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray claims that the arrangements were better than the last time. Shiv Sena has the power in the Mumbai Municipal Corporation BMC. Monsoon rains have taken place since yesterday evening. Three people died in Thane yesterday due to rain.

A large part of a campus was in danger in the Antop Hill area of Wadala in Mumbai. In its debris, many vehicles were trapped and about 15 cars were damaged. Mumbai Meteorological Department director Ajay Kumar said that in the last 24 hours, 231.4 mm of rains have been recorded in Mumbai. It is considered to be very heavy rain. In the next 24 to 48 hours in the city, it is estimated to have very high rainfall.

The Meteorological Department has issued an alert that there will be similar rains in Mumbai for the next few days, so people have been instructed to be ready beforehand. Data from the Meteorological department has revealed that less than 25 percent of the country has received normal or more rains till date. With this, weather scientists have said that the monsoon activity has taken hold over the weekend and the monsoon is progressing slowly.

There is a possibility of some relief in the next two to three days in the plains of central and north India facing heavy heat. According to the Meteorological Department, the monsoon in Delhi is expected to arrive on June 29, which is the normal date for the arrival of monsoon for the national capital. The southwest monsoon arrived on May 29, three days before the scheduled date, and there was rain in the coastal areas of Kerala, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Southern Gujarat.

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