Mumbai Rains: High tide alert dates from 15th July to 13th August

High tide alert warning for Mumbai
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Heavy rains combined by high tide in Mumbai are never a good combination due to the fact that this could cause severe flooding in several parts of the city. Marine Drive, Worli Sea face, Nariman Point and Gateway of India are frequented by Mumbaikars and tourists during this time, but proper precautions must be observed.

Below is a detailed list of high tide dates, timings and tide lengths from 15th July to 13th August...

Date Time Height
15 July 3:29 AM 3.54 meters
  3:52 PM 4.17 meters
16 July 4:24 AM 3.48 meters
  4:37 PM 4.01 meters
17 July 5:31 AM 3.45 meters
  5:30 PM 3.85 meters
18 July 6:50 AM 3.50 meters
  6:35 PM 3.71 meters
19 July 8:14 AM 3.70 meters
  7:49 PM 3.66 meters
20 July 9:26 AM 4.01 meters
  9:02 PM 3.73 meters
21 July 10:25 AM 4.33 meters
  10:07 PM 3.86 meters
22 July 11:16 AM 4.61 meters
  11:03 PM 4.01 meters
23 July 12:02 PM 4.80 meters
  11:55 PM 4.12 meters
24 July 12:45 PM 4.89 meters
25 July 12:44 AM 4.16 meters
  1:27 PM 4.88 meters
26 July 1:31 AM 4.11 meters
  2:07 PM 4.76 meters
27 July 2:17 AM 3.99 meters
  2:47 PM 4.55 meters
28 July 3:04 AM 3.80 meters
  3:26 PM 4.29 meters
29 July 3:52 AM 3.59 meters
  4:05 PM 4.00 meters
30 July 4:46 AM 3.38 meters
  4:47 PM 3.71 meters
31 July 5:52 AM 3.22 meters
  5:34 PM 3.44 meters
1 August 7:14 AM 3.18 meters
  6:35 PM 3.24 meters
2 August 8:39 AM 3.29 meters
  7:49 PM 3.14 meters
3 August 9:41 AM 3.49 meters
  8:59 PM 3.17 meters
4 August 10:26 AM 3.72 meters
  9:54 PM 3.27 meters
5 August 11:03 AM 3.94 meters
  10:38 PM 3.41 meters
6 August 11:35 AM 4.13 meters
  11:18 PM 3.56 meters
7 August 12:06 PM 4.30 meters
  11:55 PM 3.71 meters
8 August 12:37 PM 4.42 meters
9 August 12:31 AM 3.82 meters
  1:07 PM 4.49 meters
10 August 1:08 AM 3.91 meters
  1:38 PM 4.51 meters
11 August 1:46 AM 3.95 meters
  2:11 PM 4.46 meters
12 August 2:27 AM 3.94 meters
  2:46 PM 4.36 meters
13 August 3:12 AM 3.88 meters
  3:24 PM 4.19 meters
Information Courtesy: tide-forecast.com    

This year the onset of rainfall was predicted at June 10 by the India Meterological Department. The arrival date of regular rain showers was later postponed to June 19.

After a dry spell of over 10 days, the IMD predicted heavy to moderate rain showers from Thursday (July 13) to Sunday (July 16) due to the presence of a stationary low pressure area, will probably lead to heavy rain for Gujarat and Konkan coasts. IMD officials have discovered that a lot of moisture will be pulled from the sea along the Gujarat and north Konkan coastline, leading to extreme rainfall in Mumbai and surrounding areas.

The IMD Colaba and Santacruz observatories have recorded 603.5 mm and 717.1 mm respectively since June 1, which is almost 289.5 mm below average in the case of IMD Colaba and 159.1 mm below normal as far as IMD Santacruz is concerned.

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