Tuesday, October 13: Parts of Maharashtra are set to encounter harsh climate conditions as substantial downpours, tempests, lightning and reliable breezes for the following three days beginning today, October 13. 

According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), a profound discouragement off the east shoreline of northeastern Andhra Pradesh will move toward the west while keeping up its capacity for the following five days. Moving at a most significant supported breeze speed of 55-65 kmph blasting to 75 kmph, it is required to make wet conditions across east, focal, west, and south India. 

Affected by this framework, hefty to too weighty falls are especially expected over Maharashtra’s South Konkan and Goa, Madhya Maharashtra and Marathwada developments on Tuesday. 

On Wednesday, October 14, light to direct precipitation is in the figure all things considered spots; with important to hefty showers at a couple of areas and hefty downpours (>20 cm every day) at confined places over Madhya Maharashtra. Also, substantial to heavy precipitation is likewise conceivable over disconnected spots of Konkan and Goa. 

Inferable from these unpleasant conditions, the IMD has set an orange alarm (“be readied”) more than three regions—Madhya Maharashtra, Marathwada, Konkan and Goa—for now. 

Considering the climate is relied upon to bother over Madhya Maharashtra, a red admonition—which educates occupants to “make a move” and shield themselves from the harsh conditions—has been put over the focal development during the current day. In the interim, Konkan and Goa and Marathwada will keep on staying under an orange alarm. 

The red admonition for Madhya Maharashtra will be downgraded to an orange caution on Thursday, as just substantial downpours will be expected over the area by at that point. 

Then, the met office has set Vidarbha under a yellow watch for the following 48 hours (Tuesday and Wednesday), with the watch asking occupants to ‘be refreshed’ of the neighbourhood climate circumstance. 

Throughout this month, for example from October 1 to 12, Maharashtra has altogether gotten 41 mm precipitation. Inside this period, its regions Konkan and Goa (71 mm), Madhya Maharashtra (38.7 mm), Marathwada (47.4 mm), and Vidarbha (30.6 mm) have all recorded ‘ordinary’ precipitation figures.

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