The weather conditions of the country are constantly changing these days and with this, Bihar, Jharkhand, northern Uttar Pradesh, and other northeastern regions of the country are expecting heavy rainfall for the next 4 to 5 days. Moreover, the Indian Meteorological Department has suggested the expectations of a thunderclap in these regions.
While considering the expectations of rainfall in the national capital Delhi and the NCR, there seem to be no possibilities of monsoon rain in the next 7 to 8 days. The IMD has even stated that the pace of monsoon in the North-Western region of the country including Delhi NCR has decreased considerably due to the Western Disturbances.
Talking about the Mumbai rains, after a pause of 3 days, the capital of Maharashtra witnessed rainfall on Wednesday. Even the IMD has stated that there is an expectation of more rain in Mumbai, which may even lead to a high tide.
However, considering the rainfall in Mumbai, people may face more difficulties in the upcoming days.