IMD forecasts rains with thunderstorm in Konkan, Central Maharashtra on Nov 29,30

Mumbai: Maharashtra is likely to receive thunderstorm and lighting in some districts of Konkan, Goa, Central Maharashtra and Southern Maharashtra on 29 and 30 November. Strong winds are also expected in some parts of the state respectively. Senior meteorologist tweeted in this regard.

The meterological department has issued an yellow alert for Raigad, Pune, Satara, Sangli, Kolhapur, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg districts for 29 November. Likewise, for Thane, Mumbai, Nashik, and Ahemadnagar districts for 30 November.

According to Indian Meterological Department, rains are expected in Mumbai on November 29 and November 30. Mumbai has been given a yellow alert on November 30.

Tamil Nadu Rainfall

Even as heavy rainfall received on Friday and overnight left several areas in the city waterlogged making life miserable for road users, there was a respite from rainfall on Saturday morning. 3 deaths have been reported because of the unprecedented rainfall.

Meanwhile, the red alert issued for coastal Tamil Nadu including Chennai, Tiruvallur, and Chengalpet persisted on Saturday. Water-logging led to the closure of four subways in Chennai. In places like Pallavaram, two-wheelers struggled to negotiate the waterlogged roads. Most low-lying areas in the city remained inundated disrupting normal life. Avadi has received very heavy rainfall of 20 cm in the 24 hours ending Saturday morning.

Andhra Pradesh Rainfall

On Friday Andhra Pradesh government informed that 44 people have lost their lives, wherein 16 people are still missing due to floods caused by unprecedented rains.

According to statement issued by the government, a total of 1990 villages in 119 mandals of four districts – Kadapa, Chittoor, Anantapur, and Nellore places which were affected by the floods, of which 211 villages were completely inundated causing a death toll of 44 people while 16 are still missing.

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