Monsoons show their full force in Navi Mumbai and Mumbai, with dark clouds lashing every part of the two cities and areas in the Thane and Raigad regions from Airoli to Panvel.
The Navi Mumbai rains have been rendering the skyline dark since the last week, and this week too, things seem to remain the same. The monsoons have finally set in and are lashing the city and surrounding areas in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR).
Needless to say, rainwater related issues have already started to trouble those who have to step out amid the ongoing pandemic. Water logging has been reported from several places in Mumbai.
In Navi Mumbai, areas in the Thane region, from Airoli to CBD-Belapur, and those in Raigad, from Kharghar to Panvel, have had a fair share of the monsoons during the week that went by and by the looks of it, are headed towards another week of heavy rains.
In Kharghar, the rainfilled dark clouds lashed every nook and corner of the node throughout the past week, through the day and the night.
All Kharghar waterfalls, ponds, streams and dams are flowing to their brim, owing to the rains.
The Indian Met Department has forecast heavy rains during three week and hence the local administration has requested citizens to venture out only when necessary.
Fishermen on the coastal areas have been advised to remain off the sea.
Last Updated on August 19, 2020 by lp@admin