Anant Chaturdashi 2023: Orange alert issued for Ratnagiri, yellow alert for Mumbai

Breaking News: On the day of Anant Chaturdashi, the orange alert has been officially announced in Mumbai and Ratnagiri. There is a heavy rain alert today, Today the entire Mumbai and Ratnagiri are in big danger because there because of the heavy rain. Today is the day of festival as today is Anant Chaturdashi which means the last day of the 10 days Ganpati Festival. We all know how much energy the public of Mumbai celebrates Ganpati Festival but today there is a little risk because of the rain. Because of that, the weather department has announced an orange alert in Mumbai and Ratnagiri. Learn everything about this topic in this article.

Anant Chaturdashi 2023

On 28th September 2023, Friday, there was been orange alert in the entire Mumbai and Ratnagiri. Today is one of the biggest festivals in the entire India. Today is the last day of 10 days Ganpati festival which is also known as Anant Chaturdashi. According to the source, today police are going to deploy more than 19,000 personnel which also includes officers to thwart any untoward incident when the procession will be taken out to immerse idols of Lord Ganesha. There is a heavy rain alert today in Mumbai and Ratnagiri, the weather department has officially announced the rainfall warning in various parts of Maharashtra on 28th September.

According to the Regional Meteorological Center (RMC), Mumbai has given an orange alert for heavy to very heavy rains in Ratnagiri. According to RMC Mumbai, there is going to be heavy rain in Mumbai and Ratnagiri today and it also includes thunderstorms with lightning and gusty winds because of that some places are isolated today. By looking at this the weather department has issued a yellow alert in Mumbai, Thane, Palghar, and other districts on the last day of the Ganpati festival 2023. Scroll down to know more.

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Sources reveal that in Nashik, on 27th September 2023, Wednesday there was heavy rains lashed the city because of that there was a lead to the discharge of water from several dams and subsequent which subsequently rose the level in the Godavari river. The authorities have discharged the water from dams like Nandu-Madhyameshwar, Kadwa, Gangapur, Waghad, Derna, Karanjwan, and Palkhed. Yesterday. almost seven two-wheelers and a tanker packed on the premises of a business complex in Thane and all those vehicles are damaged now after a big tree fell on them because of the heavy rain. We pray that the people of Mumbai and Ratnagiri stay safe today.

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