Rain respite for Mumbai’s western suburbs, monsoon to arrive between June 8 and June 10
Mumbai city news: The weather bureau said the monsoon is likely to touch the Konkan coast, which Mumbai is a part of, between June 8 and 10Updated: Jul 20, 2017 11:10 IST
Rains have touched the Kerala coast on Tuesday, marking its entry into the Indian mainland.
The weather bureau said the monsoon is likely to touch the Konkan coast, which Mumbai is a part of, between June 8 and 10. The weather system can be plus-minus four days from the predicted dates, the weather bureau said.
Heavy rain lashed Mumbai late last night, many areas waterlogged: Visuals from Khar and Andheri areas. pic.twitter.com/DQT8QmRMha— ANI (@ANI_news) June 2, 2017
The civic body is gearing up for the monsoon as well. Ahead of monsoon, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has identified 66 chronic flooding spots in Mumbai, most of which are in the island city.
Chronic spots are where water takes longer to recede in case of heavy rain. While the number of spots had come down to 55, the BMC has added 11 more to the list after the 2015 flooding, a senior civic official said.