Though the necessary distributions for July are 840.7mm, until Tuesday evening, the India Meteorological Department‘s (IMD) Santacruz observatory reported 822 mm rain, which can be nearly 97.7%. Meanwhile the town has also obtained over 50percent of its necessary year’s rain. While the essential rain mark is two,260.4 mm, the town had recovered 1,217mm (53. 84percent ) until Tuesday. The IMD had issued a yellow alert for Tuesday for portions of Mumbai, Thane and Palghar calling heavy rains in isolated regions .
Heavy showers in Parel, Hindmata at Dadar, King Circle, Sion as well as Dockyard led to water-logging in certain areas. This compelled diversions in certain BEST routes. Congestion was reported to the Western Express Highway and Eastern Express Highway. Traffic moved slowly on Jogeshwari Vikhroli link road. Vehicular motion was also struck near Samta Nagar, Jogeshwari and Andheri.
Weathermen anticipate rain intensity to pick up on Wednesday. An orange alert was issued calling heavy to very heavy rains in a few areas. “The west shore is very likely to experience an energetic wet spell for 3 days. Konkan and adjacent ghat regions of Madhya Maharashtra are very likely to experience improved rainfall from July 14-16,” in accordance with the IMD.
K S Hosalikar, deputy director-general (western area ), IMD, added satellite and radar images indicate compact clouds around Konkan (which comprises Mumbai) and a few interior components. “Wednesday could observe a rise in rain action according to IMD models”
Lakes supplying water to Mumbai have just 3. 47 lakh million litres or 23. 98percent stocks, which can be 50percent less than this time a year if stocks were 6%. 79 lakh million litres approximately 47%. )