The state is currently experiencing conflicting weather conditions, with rain in some places and heat waves in others. According to the meteorological department, downpours are expected in several districts of Maharashtra in the next five days and heat waves are expected in some parts of Vidarbha.
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Pre-monsoon rains fell in sparse places in Marathwada on June 4. The rains have lowered the temperature and cloudy weather in some parts of the state. Mumbai, as well as the suburbs, have received pre-monsoon rains. The mercury is still high in Vidarbha and its citizens are still waiting for the pass.
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The monsoon rains’ journey along the Arabian Sea to Kerala on May 29 and then to Karnataka on May 31 is proceeding at a slow pace. Although he has come close to Goa, his further progress has been halted due to the lack of a conducive environment. The branch of the Arabian Sea has not advanced in the last four days. Monsoon rains in the Bay of Bengal advanced by leaps and bounds on June 3, reaching the foothills of the Himalayas, including the northeastern states. However, by Saturday (June 4), the advance of the monsoon rains in this area had stopped. For this reason, the monsoon has not yet started in Mumbai.
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How much rain will there be this year?
Given the current weather conditions, 103 percent of the average rainfall is expected this year. It is also expected to be plus or minus four percent. The long-term average rainfall in India from 1971 to 2020 is 87 cm. Compared to this average, the country will receive 103 percent rainfall in four months of the season.