Mumbai: Torrential rains continue in most parts of Maharashtra. In such a situation, the Meteorological Department has warned of high tide in Mumbai on Sunday. The department said that the time of high tide at 12:23 pm in Mumbai is when 4.7 meters high will rise in the sea. According to the latest information, Mumbai has been receiving moderate rain since morning. There is news of relief that waterlogging problem is not being found in any low-lying area.
Let it be said that the meteorological department has warned to be careful for the next 4 days for Mumbai and surrounding areas. After which the administration has geared up. Gandhi Market in the Sion area of Mumbai is in great discussion during the rainy season because the situation of waterlogging is made here every year. But this time BMC has made a lot of preparations to deal with this situation.
The BMC has installed a pumping machine here, from which work is being done to extract the water. Now people in the state need to live with double caution. In the state where Corona figures on one side have crossed the 2 lakh mark. In Mumbai alone, the number of infected patients has crossed 80 thousand. In such a situation, this time people have to save themselves from committing on the one hand, while on the other side it is important to be careful even during the monsoon days.
The torrential rain since late Sunday has increased the problems of the people. According to the information, complaints of waterlogging in low-lying areas such as Hindmata, TT Junction, King Circle, Dharavi were not received, but due to heavy rains that continued for about half an hour, water has started filling in these areas. In many places, main holes have been opened to remove water. Also, BMC personnel have also been deployed for security so that no common man falls in the mail holes.
The Meteorological Department has warned of heavy and very heavy rainfall in Mumbai, Palghar, Raigad and Konkan areas in its warning. Along with this, there is also a high tide at 12:23 am, in which 4.70 meters high will rise. If there is heavy rain during this time, then there will be complaints of water filling in the lower areas. Due to which people living in the areas will have to face problems.
According to the India Meteorological Department, Mumbai and neighbouring Thane district have received more than 100 mm of rain since Saturday morning. According to him, other parts of Maharashtra have also received good rainfall. According to the Meteorological Department, the Colaba Meteorological Bureau recorded 66 mm of rainfall between 8.30 am and 5.30 pm on Saturday, while the Santa Cruz Meteorological Center recorded 111.4 mm of rainfall during the same period. 116 mm rainfall is reported during this period in Thane-Belapur Industry Union Region.