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Half of Maharashtra experiences southwest monsoon withdrawal, Mumbai next

The southwest monsoon winds withdrew from half of Maharashtra, such as - Vidarbha, Marathwada, and parts of Madhya Maharashtra, while the monsoon in the city is expected to be withdrawn over the weekend.

Half of Maharashtra experiences southwest monsoon withdrawal, Mumbai next
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On Tuesday, October 12, the southwest monsoon winds withdrew from half of Maharashtra, such as - Vidarbha, Marathwada, and parts of Madhya Maharashtra, state accounts.

As per reports, the monsoon in the city is expected to be withdrawn over the weekend.  Kohima, Silchar, Krishnanagar, Baripada, Malkangiri, Hanamkonda, Aurangabad, Silvasa, is where the withdrawal line continues to pass from.

On Wednesday, October 13, India Meteorological Department (IMD) stated that the monsoon withdrawal from some parts of the state, Telangana, and Karnataka, in the next 24 hours seems favorable.

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On October 6, from some parts of Rajasthan, withdrawal of monsoon has already begun while there has been a delay of monsoon withdrawal in some parts of North, West, and central India.

The mercury in the city was on a rise during the last week and the temperature being two points above normal. Mumbai also experiences post-monsoon thundershowers. On October 6, the temperature was 35.1 degrees breaking last year's record for October month.

Mumbai has also experienced 43% more rainfall during this year's monsoon. The water level in the lakes crossed 99%. The city had recorded 376.6 mm of rain which is the highest amount of rainfall recorded in October 1998.

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