Mumbai Rains: Maximum city is all set to experience another nightmarish experience due to the monsoon and Mumbaikars are a worried lot as clouds gather overhead promising to pummel the populace again.
Mumbai Rains: Maximum city is all set to experience another nightmarish experience due to the monsoon and Mumbaikars are a worried lot as clouds gather overhead promising to pummel the populace again. The city of Mumbai on Thursday recorded temperature higher than last year’s highest October temperature at 34.7 degrees Celsius with mercury two to three degrees above normal. On Friday, the weather department stated that Mumbai is likely to experience a spell or two of rain or thundershowers, according to a report by the Indian Express. The department further said that similar weather is expected to continue till Monday in the city, as Monsoon has still not bid adieu to the city. According to apprehensive reactions of several people on social media, the heavy downpour has changed the weather to pitch dark as a result the visibility in the city has decreased.
While talking about the Mumbai weather, Skymet Weather predicted, “Mumbai is also expected to witness a few spells of light to moderate rain from October 7 onward. The rainfall intensity may increase on October 9 and 10. During that time, intense showers for short duration are expected over many parts.”
Here is how the Mumbaikars are reacting to the sudden change in the weather-
— Shradha Agrawal (@iamShradha_11) October 6, 2017
— Rohit Bansal ???????? (@theRohitBansal) October 6, 2017
This is so scary #MumbaiRains
0430 pm has never looked like this pic.twitter.com/O7LhNBXpAU
— JRD (@jayaardee) October 6, 2017
— Sharell Cook (@AboutIndia) October 6, 2017
— Abhinav Shukla (@JustShukla) October 6, 2017
— Prathmesh (@nprathm) October 6, 2017
— Jayesh Ughade (@jayeshughade) October 6, 2017
— Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadeja) October 6, 2017
— KD (@socialchacha) October 6, 2017
Rain after a sunny day with a white fluffy cloud sky. 4.30pm feels like 7.30pm. That’s how dark it is. #MumbaiRains
— Elizabeth Bocarro (@eliza_bocarro) October 6, 2017
Skymet Weather also predicted that rainfall will be received by several other parts of Maharashtra also. “By October 7 and 8, almost all the districts of Maharashtra will begin to receive light to moderate rain and thundershowers. These rains will be mostly for short duration. One or two intense showers are also possible but heavy to very heavy rains have been ruled out from the region,” according to its prediction.