With the beginning of winter, unseasonal downpours are normal in the state by and by. The Indian Meteorological Department has gauge light to direct rains in certain pieces of the state from January 6 to 9, while thundershowers are normal in certain pieces of the state.
Because of western aggravations in the north, light rains are normal in certain pieces of the state and thundershowers have begun in certain spots, Indian Meteorological Department boss KS Hosalikar said on Twitter. The Indian Meteorological Department has estimate weighty downpours from January 6 to 9.
In the interim, weighty downpours are normal at Dhule and Nandurbar on January 6. On January 7, downpour is normal in Dhule, Nandurbar, Jalgaon, Nashik and Ahmednagar locale. On January 8, downpour showers are normal in Thane, Palghar locale, North Maharashtra and a few pieces of Vidarbha. On January 9, the Indian Meteorological Department has figure downpour in pieces of Marathwada and Vidarbha.
As per the Indian Meteorological Department, unseasonal downpours in the state are an aftereffect of western unsettling influences in the north. Also, awkward downpours have added to the concerns of ranchers and prior less than ideal downpours had hit rabi crops hard. Also, unseasonal downpours have been estimate once more.