Friday, November 8, 2019

MUMBAI RAINS: MASSIVE RAINS LASHED MUMBAI IN VERY RARE RAIN MONTH NOVEMBER, REMNANT OF CYCLONE MAHA RESPONSIBLE, DRY WEATHER TO STEP IN TOMORROW ONWARDS.

Mumbai Rains

MASSIVE RAINS LASHED MUMBAI IN VERY RARE RAIN MONTH NOVEMBER, REMNANT OF CYCLONE MAHA RESPONSIBLE, DRY WEATHER TO STEP IN TOMORROW ONWARDS.

 HIGHLIGHTS:

1) Early morning heavy rains surprised Mumbaikars.

2) Goregaon received the highest rainfall of about 72mm in the last 24 hours ending 8:30 AM today.

3) The remnant of cyclone maha responsible for today's massive rains.

4) Dry weather likely to persist tomorrow onwards.

MUMBAI: Today morning all the Mumbaikars woked up to very rare heavy November rains. The reason for such sudden heavy rain was the remnant of cyclone maha which is hovering over the northeast Arabian sea off palghar district and south of Gujarat. In fact, the month of  November normally receives only 9.9 mm of rains. This year weather-wise is very historic, the monsoon which was very deficient in the month of  June ended statistically with about 10% excess than the normal in the month of September, All-time high Mumbai monsoon rain record was broken, now recently all-time high annual Mumbai rain record is broken and many more.

As soon as monsoon withdraws from the Mumbai the rains remain fare & very few. But this time it's a different scenario the Mumbai rains are not in the mood to take a backseat they showed their magic in the month of November also.

Tomorrow's Weather Forecast Of Mumbai:

The weather over Mumbai is very likely to turn dry tomorrow onwards as the system is going to weaken further and move away from the Mumbai region. Skies will turn clear with bright sunny days and very comfortable nights. Light breeze likely to persist.

Top 10 rainest places in Mumbai last 24 hours ending today at 8:30 am:

1) Goregaon: 72mm.
2) Chincholi Fire Station: 63mm.
3) Malad Fire Station: 53mm.
4) Chirak Nagar: 50mm.
5) Pr. Thackeray Natya Mandir: 49mm.
6) Kandivali Fire Station: 49mm.
7) Mulund Fire Station: 48mm.
8) Borivali Fire Station: 43mm.
9) Dahisar Fire Station: 39mm.
10) Bhandup: 36mm.

No comments:

Post a Comment