Heavy Spells On Monday, Rains Can Continue For The Next 36 Hours- IMD

Notably, the entire western coast of Maharashtra witnessed heavy rainfall and Kolhapur received 46 mm rain, there was 89 mm of rain in Satara, 96 mm in Parbhani and 38 mm in Pune.

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Mumbai witnessed heavy rains accompanied by thunder and lightning on Monday. According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), Mumbai may witness heavy spells of rains for the next 36 hours as well especially in the suburbs. 

Also Read: Mumbai Rains: IMD Predicts Intermittent Rains During First Week Of October

Notably, the entire western coast of Maharashtra witnessed heavy rainfall and Kolhapur received 46 mm rain, there was 89 mm of rain in Satara, 96 mm in Parbhani and 38 mm in Pune.  

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) had issued a forecast stating that the city will receive rainfall during the first week of October. According to a MET department, the withdrawal of the south-west monsoon is likely to begin in the first week of October, or even later.

The withdrawal had begun last year on September 29. The south-west monsoon in India usually lasts for four months-June to September and it starts to withdraw from September 1 onwards from Rajasthan and reaches Maharashtra by October.

Also Read: Mumbai Rains: Twelve Maharashtra Cities Register More Rainfall Than Their Annual Quota

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