Areas Affected in Pre-Monsoon Rain Alert in Maharashtra
Because of the pre-monsoon rains accompanied by gale wind in Mumbai, life is fully affected. For the past 72 hours, thirteen people have been killed in the state due to heavy monsoon rains in the Maharashtra. SkyMate has reported heavy rains in Mumbai. It has advised people to remain inside houses.
Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has forecast the monsoon to reach Maharashtra and Goa in the next two days. The government has said that monsoon is catching up and the rains in Kerala, coastal Karnataka, Konkan region and Goa will increase in the rain since June 7.
The impact of this rain in Maharashtra is also on rail and airlines. The operation of several trains of the West and Central Railway has also been affected. Many trains are running late. Mumbai airport is also in its grip. It has also had an impact on aircraft flights. 18 planes have had to change the route. Many flew late
According to a private company forecasting weather forecast, heavy rains can occur in these parts at the end of this week. The private agency SkyMate says that between June 8 and 10, rain is expected in western coast and especially in Mumbai. The Meteorological Department has expressed the danger of flood in these areas after June 10. According to the Meteorological Department, the monsoon reached Kerala on May 29 three days before its scheduled time. It has moved southwards to the southern part of Tamil Nadu and the Bay of Bengal, west-central, east-central, north-east and northeast.
Indian Meteorological Department has said that in the two to three days, the southern peninsula of the monsoon, along the Bay of Bengal, parts of the northeast and the adjoining areas of the Himalayas of West Bengal are likely to be favorable conditions.
Secretary of Earth Sciences M Rajivan said that monsoon is expected to be “strong” from June 7. Due to this, there may be ‘heavy rain’ in Konkan region including Kerala, coastal Karnataka, Mumbai and Goa. There is a possibility of flood in this area since June 10. SkyMat has predicted heavy rains in Mumbai during this period. He has suggested people stay inside houses.
– In the last 72 hours due to heavy rains, 13 people have died in Maharashtra.
– ‘heavy rain’ warning in Konkan region including Kerala, coastal Karnataka, Mumbai and Goa
– Monsoon increased towards the south-west and northeastern states of Tamil Nadu and the Bay of Bengal.
– The Meteorological Department has expressed the danger of flooding in many areas of the country after June 10.