Heavy rain lashed Mumbai and neighbouring areas this morning and the India Meteorological Department or IMD has predicted extra showers within the metropolis.
The climate division (IMD) has additionally issued an ‘orange alert’ for Raigad, Ratnagiri and Satara, predicting heavy to very heavy rainfall at remoted locations within the three districts.
The climate division’s Santacruz observatory in Mumbai, consultant of suburbs, recorded 93.4 mm rainfall within the 24-hour interval until 8.30 am on Tuesday, marking one other spell of heavy downpour right here within the present monsoon season.
The Colaba observatory, consultant of the island metropolis, recorded 59.2 mm rainfall throughout the identical interval, an IMD official mentioned.
The IMD has predicted average showers in Mumbai immediately and excessive depth rains in neighbouring Raigad.
The climate division points 4 colour-coded predictions based mostly on the prevailing climate programs.
The inexperienced color signifies no warning, yellow is to maintain a watch, orange is to remain alert, whereas purple means a warning and that motion must be taken.
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