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Mumbai Rain News 27 November
Mumbai Rain News: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued predictions of ongoing rainfall in Mumbai, with an orange alert for light to moderate rainfall in various parts of Maharashtra. The unseasonal rain comes on the heels of unexpected showers in the national capital, creating a weather scenario that demands attention.
Orange Alert for Maharashtra
IMD, in its recent update, has indicated that Maharashtra, along with Madhya Pradesh, is under an orange alert. This alert signifies the likelihood of light to moderate rainfall, accompanied by thunderstorms, gusty winds, and even hail storms. The forecast specifically mentions a window of 2-3 hours for these weather conditions.
Due to interaction of winds in the Easterly trough and a trough in the Westerlies, parts of Maharashtra such as Dhule Nandurbar,Jalgaon Nashik, Buldhana and Akola are expected to receive heavy to very heavy rainfall with thunder and lightning. On Monday most of Vidharbha is also expected to get rains.
Mumbai’s Weather Outlook
Mumbai Rain News: Mumbai, a bustling metropolis, has been placed on a ‘green’ alert by the weather agency. This suggests the potential for rain or thundershowers on Monday afternoon or evening. Nearby regions, including Thane, Palghar, and Raigad, have been categorized under a ‘yellow’ alert, signifying caution.
On Sunday evening, Mumbai experienced heavy rains in various parts, accompanied by lightning and thunderstorms. The unseasonal showers brought relief in unexpected ways, with South Mumbai receiving 9.2mm of rainfall, and suburbs recording 5.2mm. The positive impact extended to air quality, as the Central Pollution Control Board reported a ‘satisfactory’ Air Quality Index (AQI) of 98 in Mumbai.
Pune Rain Alert on 27, 28 November
On Sunday evening, Pune and its neighboring areas experienced a considerable amount of rain, ranging from moderate to heavy. Meanwhile, in certain parts of Nashik, hail storms were reported, leading to substantial losses for grape growers in the region. As a result, Pune and its surroundings are anticipated to encounter thunderstorms accompanied by light to moderate showers, bringing a predicted drop in temperature for the city starting from Monday.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued an Orange alert for Pune and some adjacent districts on Sunday evening, indicating the likelihood of thunder showers in the forecast.
As of 8:52 pm, Shivajinagar recorded 2.8 mm of rainfall, while Khed received a substantial 32.5 mm — the highest in the district. Other areas like Ambegaon and Nimgiri reported 20 mm and 21 mm of rainfall, respectively. Specific locations within Pune, such as Pashan, saw 3.5 mm of rainfall, Chinchwad recorded 1.0 mm, and Magarpatta received 2.0 mm.
These weather conditions highlight the variability in rainfall across different parts of Pune, emphasizing the need for residents and agricultural communities to stay informed and prepared for potential changes in the weather. The IMD’s Orange alert underscores the importance of taking precautions in the face of predicted thunderstorms, ensuring safety and readiness for the local population.
Gujarat Rain Update 27 November
While Mumbai copes with unanticipated weather patterns, Gujarat faced a tragic turn of events over the weekend. At least 20 lives were lost due to lightning strikes amid heavy rainfall in various districts. The State Emergency Operation Centre reported fatalities in districts like Surat, Kheda, Surendranagar, Tapi, Bharuch, and Amreli, which recorded significant rainfall. The IMD anticipates a gradual decline in rainfall activity in Gujarat in the coming days.
Nationwide Weather Outlook
The IMD attributes these weather anomalies to Western Disturbances, affecting Konkan and Goa, Marathwada, and South Madhya Pradesh. The forecast extends to isolated hailstorms in specific regions. Additionally, the Western Himalayan Region and Northwest India may witness light rainfall, with thunderstorms and lightning expected in isolated places.
The weather agency predicts light rainfall in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands due to a Cyclonic Circulation. This weather pattern is expected to persist from November 27 to 29, bringing moderate rainfall accompanied by isolated thunderstorms and lightning.
As Mumbai faces unexpected rainfall, the IMD’s alerts and forecasts become crucial for residents and authorities alike. Beyond Mumbai, the broader implications of unseasonal weather are felt in Gujarat, emphasizing the need for preparedness and caution. Understanding the influence of Western Disturbances on regional weather patterns provides insights into the ongoing meteorological events. Stay tuned for updates as the IMD continues to monitor and forecast the dynamic weather conditions in Maharashtra and across the country.
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