Bright Times News: Rain storms continue in Maharashtra. Heavy rains disrupted life in several parts of the state, including Mumbai. A red alert has been issued. Right now, the meteorological office is not able to hear about the relief from the rain.
In numerous regions of the state, the weather office has issued warnings for heavy to extremely heavy rain (Heavy Rain). The rain started on Monday. But there is still no sign of stopping. The knee water has now reached waist level. The commercial city of Mumbai is also floating due to continuous heavy rains.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said Santa Cruz received the heaviest rainfall. According to IMD sources, 125 mm of rainfall has been recorded there. The temperature has also dropped as a result of incessant rains. The daily temperature has dropped below 30 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature of the day is hovering around 28 degrees. A minimum of 26 degrees Celsius was recorded.
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Due to the severe rainfall, a Red Alert has been issued in numerous areas of the state. Apart from the m-commerce capital city of Mumbai, red alerts have been issued in Thane, Palghar, and Raigarh. In some locations, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy to extremely heavy rains.
The IMD further said that heavy rains have lashed central Maharashtra and Konkan region in the last three to four days due to favorable monsoon conditions. According to the IMD, nothing will change for the following four to five days.
Meanwhile, the Brihanmumbai Corporation has issued a ban on going to the beach. Strict surveillance is also going on going to sea. According to the organization, the beach would be available from 6 am until 10 am. Heavy rains have also disrupted train services in Mumbai. Traffic was disrupted as most parts of Mumbai were submerged.
So the train is the only hope for people now. As the train is getting crowded, the passengers also complained that the train was running late due to rain. The government has instructed the municipalities to handle the situation.
The control room has also been opened. Since the day when Eknath Shinde was sworn in as the new chief minister, natural disasters have afflicted Maharashtra. Passing Varundev’s test is now a big challenge for Shine.
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