Mumbai experiences the monsoon! IMD has issued a yellow alert.
Mumbai is under a Yellow notice from the India Meteorological Department (IMD), which foresees significant rainfall in numerous areas of Maharashtra for the next 4-5 days. On Saturday, the southwest monsoon made its way to the financial centre.
"The southwest monsoon has further progressed into some more portions of Central Arabian Sea, some more parts of Maharashtra," the weather office stated in a statement.
The capital of Maharashtra experienced waterlogging in various sections as a result of rain. Mumbai residents are out in the rain.
According to the IMD, the current route of the "Northern Limit of Monsoon (NLM)" goes through Alibag, Solapur, Udgir, Nagpur (in Maharashtra), Mandla, Sonbhadra, Buxar, Siddharthnagar, Pantnagar, Bijnor, Yamunanagar, Una, and Dras.
In Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, a woman enjoys the rain.
Conditions are favourable for the monsoon to advance into Raigad, Thane, Mumbai, and Palghar, according to a previous statement from IMD Mumbai. Mumbai should see monsoon by June 24.
In Mumbai, the monsoon season typically starts in the second week of June. On June 18, the Met office gave an update on when the country's monsoon season would start.
After Cyclone Biparjoy, which was the longest storm in the Arabian Sea, the Southwest Monsoon is in the process of resuming its course.