A new low pressure system may shape over north Andaman Sea and bordering east focal Bay of Bengal by October 9, trailed by another low weight framework belt which will carry downpour to Maharashtra around October 11-12 that will additionally postpone the storm’s withdrawal.
On Thursday, India Meteorological Department (IMD) showed that the beginning of storm’s withdrawal from parts of Maharashtra , including Pune and Mumbai, might be additionally postponed till one week from now.
Regularly, the exit from the outrageous north of Maharashtra begins before October 5. By October 10, the withdrawal covers most pieces of Maharashtra, east Madhya Pradesh, north Chhattisgarh, east UP, most pieces of Bihar and Jharkhand, and a few pieces of Odisha and Gangetic West Bengal, and by October 15, it withdraws from most pieces of the nation, including Maharashtra.
This time, the rainstorm’s withdrawal has not begun in Maharashtra, with plausibility of to remain slowed down till October 15 in parts of the state.
IMD’s chief general Mrutyunjay Mohapatra told TOI, “We have not predicted any further withdrawal for the time being. We expect some rain in parts of Maharashtra around October 11-12, after which we would be able to say something about when the withdrawal may start from here.”
As of Thursday, withdrawal had slowed down after the rainstorm left from areas like Faizabad, Fatehpur, Nowgong, Rajgarh, Ratlam, Vallabh, Vidyanagar and Porbandar.
Anupam Kashyapi, head of climate, IMD Pune told TOI, “Separated to dispersed downpours are normal over Konkan and Madhya Maharashtra during the following scarcely any days, with downpours likely over Marathwada and Vidarbha after October 10. Mumbai can anticipate that exceptionally light should light rain during the following four days, while Pune and Nashik are probably going to get light to direct rain on October 10, October 11 and October 12. The rainstorm’s withdrawal subsequently doesn’t appear to be likely in significant pieces of Maharashtra, including Pune and Mumbai during the following barely any days.”
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