It seems like it is going to be a rainy weekend! Mumbaikars woke up to heavy rainfall, thunderstorm and strong winds this morning (Saturday). The unexpected change in weather made netizens sceptical if the rain is an aftereffect of Cyclone Nisarga which created havoc in some parts of Maharashtra, two days ago, sparing Mumbai to a large extent. As it started pouring heavily, pictures and videos from the rainfall also began to pour on social media, as Twitterati are surprised with the weather. While some are relieved for the change in weather, others are wondering if the showers are an aftereffect of the cyclone. Social media at the moment is flooded with pics and videos displaying heavy rainfall in the city of dreams. Mumbai Rains Funny Memes and Jokes Trends on Twitter: First Spell of Pre-Monsoon Reminds Netizens of Marine Drive During the Lockdown. 

Maharashtra has been experiencing extreme temperatures recently because of the heatwave. The arrival of cyclone Nisagra brought some respite to the heat and also created havoc in parts of Maharashtra. Post that, parts of the state has been experiencing rainfall and a change in weather for the past few days. As heavy rain lashed the city of Mumbai in the early hours today, netizens took the opportunity to share the moment on Twitter. The pictures and videos remind Mumbaikars to be prepared as monsoon are surely arriving soon. The first spell of pre-monsoon is already, and the city will soon experience the rainy season.

Mumbai Rains Trend on Twitter:

Monsoon is Here!

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Heavy Winds and Rainfall

Strong Winds!

Monsoon or Aftereffect of Cyclone Nisarga!

A Slow-Mo Video of Mumbai Rains

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It's So Beautiful!

Cyclone Nisarga slammed the coastal districts of the state with wind speeds up to 120 kmph on Wednesday, June 3, 2020. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray reportedly visited Raigad district to review the impact of the cyclone and also announced assistance of Rs 100 crore. Meanwhile, the state is also facing the coronavirus outbreak, which has infected more than 77,000 across Maharashtra.

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