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Cyclone Gulab to bring heavy rain to Maharashtra

Mid-Day Monday, 27 September 2021
Cyclone Gulab to bring heavy rain to MaharashtraIMD issues Orange Alert for Mumbai, Red for Thane, Palghar, and Raigad for the next few days
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News video: Cyclone Gulab: IMD predicts heavy rain in Telangana and 5 other states | Oneindia News

Cyclone Gulab: IMD predicts heavy rain in Telangana and 5 other states | Oneindia News 01:54

The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rain falls in 5 states of India due to Cyclone Gulab. Heavy to very heavy falls at isolated places is also likely over Karnataka, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh, Goa and Gujarat. #CycloneGulab #IMD #CycloneGulabPredictions

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Heavy rain not indicative of monsoon end, says IMD

Heavy rain not indicative of monsoon end, says IMD
Most of the rainfall experienced in Maharashtra over the past few days has been due to the outer effects of the Cyclone Gulab
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