Severe Weather Warning Issued For Maharashtra: Heavy Rainfall Expected In Mumbai For Next Few Days; High Tide Dates For June 2021

INDIA Team Latestly|

A "severe weather warning" has been issued for the next five days by the regional meteorological department in Mumbai on June 7. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has asked the state administration to stay alert for emergencies in the wake of the heavy rain forecast in Mumbai and the coastal areas of the state in the next four or five days. In a tweet the Chief Minister's Office said, "The treatment of patients (COVID-19) must not be affected and, if needed, shift citizens from vulnerable establishments to safer places.” During the monsoon season, the high tide and low tide timings are keenly observed in Mumbai. As the city is located at the coastal edge facing the Arabian Sea, high tide timings play an important role. The maximum city will witness the highest tide of the month on June 24 of 4.79 metres at 11:49 am. Raigad & Ratnagiri are expected to get very heavy rainfall and the Met department has issued an 'Orange' alert for the two coastal districts. People living in low-lying areas, old buildings and landslide-prone areas should also be moved to safer places, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray told the state administration. Watch the video to know more.

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