The India Meteorological Division (IMD) stated crimson alert signifies that “extraordinarily heavy rainfall is probably going at remoted locations in ghat areas.” Extraordinarily heavy rainfall means greater than 204.4 mm precipitation in 24 hours, it stated. The depth of rains is predicted to cut back from Thursday onwards, the IMD stated.
The remainder of the state is predicted to obtain heavy rains at remoted locations and in addition mild to average showers, it stated. Mumbai metropolis on Tuesday acquired 51.5 mm rainfall, whereas suburban areas recorded 54.6 mm rainfall, an IMD report stated.
Coastal Raigad and Ratnagiri districts acquired 135.5 mm and 137.7 mm rainfall, respectively, between Monday and Tuesday, it stated. Madhya Maharashtra and acquired average showers, whereas many of the Vidarbha districts recorded rainfall in a single-digit between Monday and Tuesday, the report stated.