Indian city had 3,679.9mm of downpour in June-September, with 395mm falling more than 48 hours a week ago
A particularly wet storm season has been recorded in Mumbai, India, this year with the most noteworthy recorded precipitation sums in over 61 years – with 3,679.9mm of downpour falling between 1 June and 24 September. Precipitation sums have surpassed 3,000mm just multiple times since 1901, with four of those inside the most recent 10 years. Heavy rains ended city life the same number of foundations, transport connections, and homes were lowered in rising waters midriff profound a week ago; inside a 48-hour time frame 395mm of downpour was recorded in Mumbai, almost 54mm more than the September normal.
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