Chance of rain everywhere – Navshakti


Chance of thunderstorms everywhere

In the next 48 hours in the state

Pune / Mumbai: A new low pressure area in the Arabian Sea has now formed after the low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal was transferred to the Arabian Sea and is expected to move towards Oman in the next 48 hours. Therefore, there is a possibility of rain with wind everywhere in Maharashtra including Gujarat. Most of the districts in Konkan are likely to receive showers with strong winds from October 19 to 21. From October 18 to 21, Pune, Nashik, Ahmednagar, Dhule, Nandurbar, Jalgaon, Satara, Sangli, Solapur, Aurangabad, Jalna, Parbhani, Beed, Latur, Osmanabad and Nanded districts are likely to receive showers with strong winds and thundershowers. The meteorological department has warned of heavy rains with strong winds on October 19 and 20 in many districts of Marathwada. A low pressure area formed in the Arabian Sea on Saturday morning, 380 km from Veraval in Gujarat, 440 km from Mumbai and 1600 km from Oman. In the next 48 hours, it is expected to become more active and move westward towards Oman. Meanwhile, light rains lashed many places in Vidarbha in the last 24 hours in the state. It rained in some places in Konkan, Goa and sparsely in Central Maharashtra and Marathwada. Thundershowers and thundershowers are expected in central Maharashtra and Marathwada on Sunday, October 18. On Monday, October 19, Konkan, Goa, Central Maharashtra and Marathwada are likely to receive thundershowers and thundershowers.

Rains stay in Mumbai and other states till October 21

The return journey of the monsoon from Mumbai has not yet begun, though the rains in the state, including Mumbai, have taken a break from the effects of the low pressure area. The return monsoon is still in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, and the low pressure area has put a letter mark on the monsoon. While the impact of the low pressure area is now slowly waning, the rains across the state are expected to last till October 21 due to climate change. Considering Mumbai, it has been raining continuously in Mumbai for the last two days. But the rain is gone. Even on Saturday afternoon, rain clouds were thick over Mumbai. But the rain was gone. Mumbaikars were disturbed by Ukadaya due to cloudy weather during the day in Mumbai.

Some leaders including Sharad Pawar will also go to the farmers’ dam

Farmers in Marathwada are suffering from wet drought. Against this backdrop, Sharad Pawar will go on a two-day tour of Marathwada from October 18 to 19. On the other hand, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar visited Baramati and Indapur talukas from 7 am today and inspected the areas damaged due to heavy rains. After that, Supriya Sule has also started an inspection tour of the damaged areas of Baramati.

Chief Minister to visit Solapur tomorrow to inspect flood-hit areas

Some districts in the state have been hit by heavy rains and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will visit Solapur district on Monday 19 to meet farmers and villagers after inspecting the flood situation. 9 a.m. They will arrive at Solapur Airport and drive to Sangvi Khurd Ta. Akkalkot, Dist. They will travel to Solapur. 10.45am. He will inspect the houses destroyed by the natural calamity at Sangvi Khurd and discuss with the villagers.

Devendra Fadnavis will tour the overcast area

MUMBAI: The state of Marathwada and western Maharashtra have been hit hard by torrential rains, with Baliraja in a state of panic. Devendra Fadnavis, former Chief Minister and Leader of Opposition in the Legislative Assembly, was present on the occasion to provide relief to the farmers and inspect the damage. Will be touring for 3 days from 19th October. He will start his tour from Baramati on Monday.

Tags: Arabian Sea, marathwada, Mumbai, pune


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