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Yellow alert continues in Mumbai amid forecasts of isolated heavy rains

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has said that isolated heavy showers are likely to continue today, across several districts in Maharashtra. Mumbai, Thane, Palghar and Raigad districts have thus been put under a yellow alert. While this warning suggests light to moderate rains only, a few regions in the western suburbs of Mumbai are already witnessing heavy bouts of rains today. As per MeT officials, the downpour is expected to last for the next 3-4 hours in these areas.

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IMD forecasts heavy rainfall over Goa, Maharashtra & several Indian states for the next 4 days!

As per weather forecasts, the extended monsoons are set to gain strength over the southern peninsular region of India. Reportedly, a rainy spell will cast widespread to fairly widespread showers for the next four days here. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has warned that a heavy downpour will wash the Konkan coast and Goa, stretching upto central Maharashtra and Marathwada today. The weather shall continue to remain so until September 9.

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IMD issues 'orange alert' in Mumbai, 5 other Maha districts under 'red alert'!

With the ongoing effect of the monsoons, heavy rains continue to lash across Mumbai and different areas of Maharashtra. As per the latest reports, the Indian India Meteorological Department (IMD) has sounded a 'red alert' in five districts of the state and an 'orange alert' in the capital city Mumbai. It has been reported that the central weather forecaster has predicted extremely heavy rainfall in sparsely populated areas of Raigad, Pune and few other districts on Wednesday and Thursday.

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IMD predicts high tide in Mumbai​​ amid moderate to intense rain spells today

The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted light to moderate rainfall activity in Mumbai, in its 24-hour forecast today. As per the weather reports, the city, suburbs and satellite regions are going to receive light showers, with the possibility of intense spells at isolated places throughout the day. A 4.40-meter high tide is also expected in Mumbai at 1:51 PM, read reports. This may lead to water clogging in flood-prone and low-lying areas of the city.

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