Monsoon Tracker 2021. Heavy Rain in Maharashtra Mumbai. Weather in Bihar, Madhya Pradesh & HimaChal. IMD Issues Alert | Monsoon reached Bihar a day earlier, heavy rain alert in 25 districts; 500 mm of rain in Mumbai within 4 days

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After South India and Northeast, Monsoon has now become active in the eastern and central part of the country. Monsoon in Bihar has reached on Saturday, a day before the forecast of the Meteorological Department. Heavy rain alert has been issued in 25 districts including Patna on Sunday.

Intermittent rain continues in many states including Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra. Mumbai has received 641.3 mm of rain in the last four days, inundating many low-lying areas. The BMC has issued an alert of high tide in the sea, in view of which people have been advised not to go to the beach. During high tide, waves 4 to 5 feet high can rise. The record of rain in Mumbai in the month of June may be broken. There is a record of 1106.7 mm of rain in 2015.

Roads were flooded after the evening rain in Delhi.

Roads were flooded after the evening rain in Delhi.

The record of the month of June may be broken in Mumbai
Heavy rain continues to wreak havoc in Mumbai for the last 4 days. Base station Santa Cruz has recorded 107 mm of rain in 24 hours till 8.30 am on Sunday. Mumbai has recorded more than 100 mm of rain on all three days on June 10 (231 mm), June 11 (107 mm) and June 12 (107 mm). There is a possibility of rain with short breaks over Mumbai and suburbs for the next 3 days.

Monsoon started vigorously in Mumbai on 9th June and after that there was no shortage. A total of 641.3 mm of rain has been recorded in Mumbai so far, which is above normal (493.1 mm). Mumbai has received over 500 mm of rain in the last 4 days.

Parking of BMC's Municipal Capacity and Research Building in Powai area after rain.

Parking of BMC’s Municipal Capacity and Research Building in Powai area after rain.

Water filled in these areas of Mumbai
After overnight rains, the Andheri subway in Mumbai has also been flooded, after which it has been closed till further orders. Waterlogging has started in many areas including Kurla, Santacruz, Andheri.

The photo is taken after the rain in Panshet area of ​​Pune.

The photo is taken after the rain in Panshet area of ​​Pune.

Monsoon will cover entire Bihar today
After torrential rains on Saturday evening in Patna, the sky cleared on Sunday morning. The effect of monsoon is visible in the northeastern districts. The Meteorological Department has issued a special alert saying that on Sunday the monsoon will cover the entire state. After this, with rain and strong winds, the risk of lightning will also increase.

On Saturday, rain was recorded in Bihar from 3 to 27 mm. The Meteorological Department says that if the rains intensify, then the monsoon will quickly cover the entire state. The Meteorological Department has forecast that there will be rain with strong winds on Sunday and many districts of the state will be in the grip of such weather.

Condition of roads after rain in Bettiah, Bihar.

Condition of roads after rain in Bettiah, Bihar.

Monsoon active in Madhya Pradesh too
Many districts including Madhya Pradesh’s capital Bhopal received rain on Saturday evening. This filled many places with water. After this it rained again around ten o’clock in the night. Earlier on Thursday, the monsoon had knocked from the side of Betul. After this, now the monsoon has become active in Bhopal as well.

It was cloudy on Saturday evening in Visakhapatnam.

It was cloudy on Saturday evening in Visakhapatnam.

Pre monsoon rain in Himachal
It is raining these days in many districts of Himachal Pradesh including Shimla. The Meteorological Department has assumed that these are pre-monsoon showers. Monsoon can be fully active after June 20, due to which the people of the state will get relief from the heat. This year the weather has broken on the farmers in the state. During flowering in the orchards in April, rain, snowfall and hailstorm caused heavy damage to other fruits including apples.

In Shimla, the capital of Himachal, the cold has increased after the rain.

The cold has increased in Shimla, the capital of Himachal, after rain.

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