Monsoon outside the gates of Maharashtra, yet rain forecast in Nashik district; Will be released on the 19th Chance of rain in Nashik today, Meteorological Department forecast

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Nashik: Despite the monsoon going beyond the gates of Maharashtra, the meteorological department has forecast torrential rains in Nashik district today. Heavy rains are expected in North Maharashtra on October 19 and 20.

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The return journey of monsoon has started in the state from Monday. He has set foot in most parts of Maharashtra. However, it is likely to remain active in central and southern India for a few more days. Therefore, heavy rains are forecast in North Maharashtra again on 19th and 20th October. The rainy season is expected to end after October 25. Rains turned their back on Nashik district earlier this year. So the dam went to the bottom. The crisis faced the farmers. However, with a strong turnout in September, he made up for it. There were two thundershowers in Manmad, Nandgaon area. The Godavari river in Nashik was flooded four times this year. The Gangapur dam supplying water to Nashik has been filled. Gangapur Dam Group has four dams namely Gangapur (Large), Kashyapi (Medium), Gautami Godavari (Medium) and Alandi (Medium). All these dams are full. Therefore, water concern of Nashik residents has been resolved this year. On the other hand, the most important Upper Vaitarna dam in Igatpuri taluka, which supplies water to Mumbai, has been filled. Therefore, the water problem of Mumbaikars has been solved immediately. The Vaitarna dam was filled in August last year. It took him a month to fill up this year.

The orgy of electricity has been going on in the district since last week. The meteorological department has forecast heavy rains. Vibha Gurav was working in a field in Shirwade Wani area during heavy rains. Vibha died on the spot due to a sudden power outage. Meanwhile, just two days ago, lightning struck three different places in Trimbak taluka. In the first incident, Ramu Ramchandra Chandre, a young farmer (age 38) was grazing cattle in the forest at Chandrachi Met. He was electrocuted in the afternoon and died on the spot.

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