21 Maharashtra Districts Get Excess Monsoon Rain In First 10 Days Of June
As many as 21 out of 36 districts of Maharashtra bought 60 per cent extra rain between June 1 and June10 as a result of heavy showers within the first week of the month, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) mentioned on Friday. The rainfall in these districts was “largely excess”, that’s, 60 per cent greater than the typical rainfall through the interval. Besides Mumbai, the coastal districts of Thane, Raigad and Palghar, all densely populated, are within the record of the districts, which witnessed heavy showers.
The districts of Ratnagiri on the coast and Buldana, Nagpur and Bhandara in japanese Maharashtra acquired “excess” rainfall whereas one other eight districts acquired regular rainfall. Akola and Latur in central Maharashtra had been the one two districts the place the rainfall was poor, which implies 20 to 59 per cent lower than their common rainfall throughout this era.
KS Hosalikar, senior scientist, IMD Pune, mentioned that a lot of those had been pre-monsoon showers, “but intensity was high along with thunderstorms and lightning.” The Regional Meteorological Centre in Mumbai predicted “heavy to very heavy” showers at just a few locations and “extremely heavy” rainfall at remoted locations within the districts of Konkan and likewise in Goa on Saturday.
Rainfall between 65 to 115 mm in 24 hours is termed as “heavy”, 115 to 204 mm as “very heavy” and above 204 mm in 24 hours is taken into account “extremely heavy”.
Heavy to very heavy rainfall could be very possible at remoted locations in Ghat (upland) areas of Maharashtra in addition to in Marathwada on Saturday, the IMD mentioned. The climate bureau has additionally predicted extra rainfall on Sunday in Mumbai and the neighbouring areas. After two days of heavy rain that disrupted regular life, Mumbai bought some respite on Friday.
“It is very likely that north Konkan (Mumbai, Thane, Raigad and Palghar) would see very heavy rainfall at few places on Sunday,” the IMD mentioned.