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 Mumbai to brace unseasonal rainfall between 17 and 19 November: IMD Predicts

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 Mumbai to brace unseasonal rainfall between 17 and 19 November:  IMD Predicts

Even as the South West Monsoon has withdrawn, Mumbaikars may have to brace themselves unseasonal rains in the coming days.

As per a weather blog, Mumbai and Pune are likely to receive rainfall between November 17 and November 19. Infact, Punekars are already witnessing rainfall.

Meanwhile, rains are expected to continue in Lonavala and in Mahabaleshwar.

Notably, most of the rainfall activity in Mumbai is expected during the evening or night with a sheet of medium clouds at other times.

Skymet Weather, a private weather agency informs that Low-Pressure Area has formed in the Arabian Sea, under the influence of a cyclonic circulation over the East Central and Southeast Arabian Sea,

According to weather bureau, the well-marked system is over East Central and adjoining Arabian Sea off Coastal Karnataka and Goa region. Due to this weather system, the coastal parts of Maharashtra including Mumbai, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg and adjoining areas are likely to see rains between 17 & 19 November.

Madhya Maharashtra region including the areas of Sangli, Satara, Kolhapur, Solapur are expected to receive the highest rainfall followed by the Marathwada region. Rainfall activity in the Vidarbha region is expected to be the least in comparison.

News Input: K.V.Raman

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