- All government schools were closed due to heavy rains in Thane
- Heavy rains warning in Maharashtra for next two days and in next 24 hours in Goa-Gujarat
Mumbai. The Meteorological Department has warned of heavy rains in the next two days in Maharashtra and in the next 24 hours in Goa-Gujarat. Rainfall has affected the lives of people in Mumbai and its surrounding areas. After heavy rain on the Mumbai-Goa highway in Raigad on Saturday morning, landslide took place. This stopped the movement of vehicles on the road. Despite bad weather, the administration is busy in efforts to remove debris from the road.
Rainfall coming from the evening on Friday in Mumbai and surrounding districts is also going on Saturday morning. After heavy rains in Jogeshwari, water was flooded on the Western Express Highway. Due to the rains in Thane, all the government schools were discharged. Water is flooded in Ambedkar Nagar, Hiranandani, Uttlasar and Ulhasnagar. Apart from this, water logging is also done in Dadar, Kurla Matunga, Malad, Kingsarkal, Chunbhatti areas. The Brihanmumbai Mahanagar Palika (BMC) has issued an alert.
84% of the season’s rain has risen 84% of the monsoon season so far in Mumbai. Mahesh Palawat, head of Skymet, a private agency forecasting the weather, said that due to the low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal and the best monsoon, good rains have occurred in the areas of Mumbai, Thane and Palghar.
Alerts in Odisha with heavy rains The Odisha government has issued instructions to the collectors of 5 districts to remain alert as they see the possibility of heavy rains. The State’s Special Relief Commissioner (SRC) has expressed the possibility of flood situation in Malkangiri, Nabarangpur, Kalhandi and Nuapada. As per precautionary measures in Malkangiri, the schools have been ordered to close the school from August 3 to 5.
According to the Meteorological Department, there may be very strong rains in some places in Rajasthan and in some places, but in many parts of Odisha, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, West Rajasthan, Gujarat, Vidarbha, coastal Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. There is hope
Due to a broken record of 35 years in Vadodara, more than 5,700 people were taken safely to Vadodara and surrounding areas. Officials said that six people have died since the rain in the city so far. This week, rain breaks 35 years in Vadodara. Things like flooding in the whole city Crocodiles floats on the streets. So far, maximum 159 mm of rains have been recorded in Surat.