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Mumbaikars were happy for the rains until they remembered flooding roads; see funny memes and jokes

As light rains washed up Mumbai shores, the temperatures in the city fell down bringing relief from the heatwave. But soon Mumbaikars were reminded of the monsoons and the flooded roads. Now they are sharing hilarious memes about it. Checkout the best ones here.

India TV Trending Desk Written by: India TV Trending Desk New Delhi Published on: May 24, 2022 15:30 IST
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It was raining in Mumbai and Mumbaikars were happy about it. But soon, they weren't. Why? Because they could see the visuals of flooded roads, heavy traffic jams and stalled Mumbai local. They knew that while rains brought respite from heat, things aren't easy for them from now. What followed was a splash of hilarious memes and funny jokes. Take a look at how Mumbaikars reacted to the rain in the city.

As light rains washed up Mumbai shores, the temperatures in Mumbai fell down bringing relief from the prevailing heatwave. There's a possibility of light rain or drizzle in the evening or night. However, the humidity levels have increased due to light rains. 

Meanwhile, talking about monsoon in India, in what can be termed as a countdown to the onset of southwest monsoon over Kerala, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Tuesday said conditions are favourable for its further advance during the next 48 hours. Earlier, the IMD had announced the onset date of southwest (SW) Monsoon over Kerala on May 27 with a model error margin of plus/minus four days, ahead of the regular date of June 1. Currently the northern limit lies to the south of Sri Lanka.

"Conditions are favourable for further advance of Southwest Monsoon over some parts of southwest Arabian Sea, some more parts of southeast Arabian Sea, Maldives & Comorin area, south & east-central Bay of Bengal and some parts of northeast Bay of Bengal during the next 48 hours," the IMD said.

Last week, the IMD had expressed the possibility of the SW monsoon hitting the Kerala shores on May 25. Tuesday's announcement of advance till Comorin area -- Kanyakumari shores -- would mean the SW monsoon would be nearer to Kerala's southern tip and provided other criterions are fulfilled, IMD would be able to declare the onset.

The IMD has a set criterion for declaring the onset of SW monsoon over Kerala that are dependent on factors such as rainfall, wind field and Outgoing Longwave Radiation (OLR).

Prior to this, much before its normal date of May 22, the monsoon had reached and crossed Andaman & Nicobar Islands on May 15 itself.