Monsoon: Meteorological department’s forecast came true, it rained heavily in the state, where is the situation? Read detailed
The rain picture that started in the state from Monday is going to change. So far, Kolhapur has also been left out of the rains. But the rains since Monday night have led to a sharp rise in the water level of the Panchganga river. Due to heavy rains in the dam area, the water level of Panchganga has gone up to 23 feet and 6 dams including Rajaram dam have gone under water.
Mumbai: In the state (MonsoonAlthough the month of reversal came with the arrival of monsoon, rain was not active everywhere. So (Kharif Season) Concerns were being raised about the kharif season. However, the meteorological department had predicted that the picture would change in July. From Monday, it was said that rain would be active not only in Konkan and Mumbai but also in the state. According to him, landslides have occurred in Mumbai, suburbs and Konkan. In the rest of the state too (Heavy Rain) The rain has arrived. For the first time in the season, it has rained everywhere. This will not only revive the sown crops but also speed up the area where sowing was stalled. It is believed that the ongoing rains in the state will change the picture as the water level in the dams has also started rising. Orange alert has been issued to Mumbai and Konkan for next 5 days. Light to moderate rains are expected in some districts of the state. However, all the districts in Konkan have been alerted.
Continuous rainfall in suburbs including Mumbai
Varun Raja’s grace remains in Konkan and Mumbai. So far, the region has received continuous rains, while the intensity of rains has increased since midnight on Monday. An orange rain alert has been issued to Mumbai and its suburbs. Outside Mumbai’s Borivali railway station, torrential rains have turned the area into a lake and flooded roads. Vasai-Virar, Nalasopara has received heavy rainfall and water has accumulated in many parts of Vasai-Virar. The road in Virar’s Viva College area has gone under water. Heavy rains have lashed the Panvel area for a long time. It was still raining heavily on Tuesday morning. The pain of Hanuman Nagar hill at Kalyan East has collapsed. Five families in the area have been shifted to safer places.
Even in Amravati, the river Suryaganga is flooded
Rains are increasing everywhere in the state. By now the rain had dissipated. But Baliraja is relieved as it is raining heavily. Tivasa taluka of the district has received torrential rains. In Shirajgaon, water has seeped into the houses of citizens. The river Suryaganga has flooded in Mozari. Moreover, as it is raining continuously in the entire district, this rain is considered nutritious for kharif. Many houses have also been damaged in Amravati.
In Kolhapur too, the water level of Panchganga river rises
The rain picture that started in the state from Monday is going to change. So far, Kolhapur has also been left out of the rains. But the rains since Monday night have led to a sharp rise in the water level of the Panchganga river. Due to heavy rains in the dam area, the water level of Panchganga has gone up to 23 feet and 6 dams including Rajaram dam have gone under water. This is a relief not only for the kharif but also for the rising water level.
Rain everywhere in Nanded too
It has been raining heavily in Nanded since midnight, making it the first good rain of the year. The rains had disrupted power supply in many parts of Nanded city. Therefore, Nandedkar had to be taken out in the dark of night. While the rains have brought relief to the farmers, the remaining farmers will now be seen doing the same. The overnight downpour has created a fragrant hailstorm.
The crisis of double sowing was avoided in Buldana
There was a situation where we had to do double sowing now due to rains. But overnight rains have changed the picture. The rains have intensified since Monday night and continued throughout the night. The rains have been continuing since morning. The rains have brought relief to the farmers in the district and the crisis of double sowing has been averted. While it was raining after sowing, there was no sowable rain in some areas. But now the farmers have been relieved and the crisis of double sowing has been averted.