Unseasonal showers in central Maharashtra and 'Cyclone Nisarga' that lashed coastal areas have put the state in the largely excess rainfall category as on Thursday.
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The U.S. Mission in India sends our thoughts and prayers to the people on India’s western coast as they prepare for the impact of nisarga'>Cyclone Nisarga. We stand with you and wish the best for your safety and well-being. #WeAreInThisTogether
#WATCH nisarga'>Cyclone Nisarga has become a severe cyclonic storm, it's 200km away from Mumbai. The cyclone is moving northeasterly towards Alibag in Raigad. The severe cyclonic storm is likely to cross south of Alibag between 1 pm to 3pm:IMD Mumbai,Maharashtra; Visuals from Alibag Beach
#CycloneNisarga | Nisarga will make landfall close to Alibag, 94 kms south of Mumbai on the afternoon of June 3. It will make landfall as a 'severe cyclonic storm' with a wind speed of 100-110 kmh gusting to 120 kmh. LIVE updates 👇