Mumbai Weather: According to the five-day district forecast, the intensity of rainfall at isolated places is expected to reduce to “heavy” in the next two days, while the yellow alert will be reduced to “moderate” on July 28. However, the orange alert will continue for two to three days in Raigad, Thane and Ratnagiri.
July 25, 2023 | 07:44 AM IST
According to the five-day district forecast, the intensity of rainfall at isolated places is expected to decrease to “heavy” in the next two days, which will decrease to “moderate” on July 28, while a yellow alert has been issued. However, the orange alert will continue in Raigad, Thane and Ratnagiri for the next two to three days.
Weather in Mumbai for the next 5 days
According to the seven-day forecast issued by the Regional Met Centre, monsoon activity will continue in Mumbai and the maximum temperature in the city will remain between 28 and 29 degrees Celsius till July-end, with the minimum temperature expected to rise by one or two degrees Celsius to 26 degrees Celsius in the coming days.
The water level in Mumbai lakes is now above 50 percent
Water level in Thansa is 89.27 per cent, Modak-Sagar is 78.26 per cent and Madhya Vaitarna is 59.16 per cent, BMC data shows.
Incessant rains in Mumbai and other districts of Maharashtra for the past few days have caused the water level in Mumbai’s lakes to rise.
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