The needs of patients will be taken care of, so that they do not face any hurdles in procuring treatment.
It has been forecasted that between 9 June to 12 June, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region and the Konkan region will experience heavy rains. In wake of this weather update, on Monday, the Chief Minister of Maharashtra directed the state and district administration to stay alert and prepared to tackle any developments on this line. The two authorities have been advised to work together so that their coordination can ensure the safety of residents.
Steps to mitigate the impending circumstances
It has been advised that the needs of patients, including those suffering from COVID, should be taken care of so that they do not face any hurdles in procuring treatment. Further, people living in low-lying areas, dilapidated buildings and landslide-prone areas should be moved to safer places.
Weather forecast for nearby cities
Pl see the severe weather warnings given by IMD today for coming 5 days. From 10th June onward enhancement in rainf… https://t.co/6MK5z1d1p3— K S Hosalikar (@K S Hosalikar)1623054985.0
The IMD's head SID, Climate Research & Services at Pune, K. S. Hosalikar tweeted, "Pl see the severe weather warnings given by IMD today for coming 5 days. From 10th June onward enhancement in rainfall is seen over Konkan, with the possibility of heavy to very heavy at isolated places. Trend is likely to continue. pl watch IMD updates."
In another tweet, the Regional Meteorological Centre stated that Thane, Raigad, Palghar, Ahmednagar, Pune, Beed, Jalna, Parbhani, Hingoli, Nanded, Aurangabad and Latur will experience thunderstorm, lightning and gusty winds. Moderate to intense spells of rain are also likely in these cities.
Monsoon in India
As per the latest reports from IMD, the southwest monsoon has further advanced into the central Arabian Sea, covering several parts of the country, including the entire northeastern region, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and most parts of sub-Himalayan Bengal and Sikkim.