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Heavy rainfall predicted in Goa; IMD issues orange alert'

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued an orange alert in Goa, as the state recorded its wettest September day on Sunday. Noteworthily, the warning will be in force here till Tuesday, despite the likeliness of heavy to very heavy rainfall at isolated regions until Wednesday. Sparse and scattered rains can be also be expected until the end of this week, read reports.

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IMD forecasts heavy rains in eastern UP & gusty winds along the Goa-South Maharashtra coast

The Indian Meteorological Department on Sunday warned against heavy to very heavy rainfall in isolated regions over eastern Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. Besides this, the monsoon impact will amplify over Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Jharkhand, Uttarakhand and coastal areas, the forecast detailed. Squally weather and strong winds will persist along and off the Kerala-Karnataka-Goa-south Maharashtra-Gujarat coast and the Lakshadweep area.

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Heavy rains & thunderstorms mark the arrival of southwest monsoon in Mumbai today!

As predicted by the Indian Meteorological Department, the southwest monsoon rains have arrived with full force in Mumbai today. The downpour washed large parts of Mumbai, Thane, Palghar and Raigad, flooding several low-lying areas, merely two weeks after the Cyclone Tauktae devastation. Commute via 'local' suburban trains and roadways is also affected here now, due to the water-logging.

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IMD tracks the arrival of Southwest Monsoon in Goa & Maharashtra by early next week

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Friday, stated that the Southwest Monsoon is likely to hit the coast of Goa and some parts of Maharashtra in the next two to three days. Following its normal course, northwards from Kerala, the summer showers will also advance towards Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu by early next week, bringing respite from the oppressive weathers.

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