Monday, 06 Jul, 9.39 am Kalam Times

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Heavy rains in Mumbai may cause waterlogging, waves up to 4.7 meters high in sea

Monsoon has gained momentum in the plains of India. According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), a cyclonic area remains over West-Central and Bay of Bengal. Due to which rain is expected to rain in most parts of the country. The Meteorological Department (IMD) estimates that heavy rains may occur over most of central and north India in the next 4-5 days.

Torrential rains continue in most parts of Maharashtra. In such a situation, the Meteorological Department has warned of high tide in Mumbai on Sunday. The department said that the time of high tide at 12:23 in Mumbai today is when 4.7 meters high will rise in the sea. According to the latest information, Mumbai has been receiving moderate rain since morning. There is news of relief that waterlogging problem is not being found in any low-lying area.

Let it be said that the meteorological department has warned to be careful for the next 4 days for Mumbai and surrounding areas. After which the administration has geared up. Gandhi Market of Sion area of ​​Mumbai is in great discussion during the rainy season because the situation of water logging is made here every year. But this time BMC has made a lot of preparations to deal with this situation.

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