The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a ‘red’ alert warning for Maharashtra capital Mumbai, predicting heavy to very heavy rainfall in the country's financial capital. Head of Regional Meteorological Center Dr Jayant Sarkar said that earlier the Meteorological Department had issued 'Orange Alert', but now it has been changed to 'Red Alert' for Wednesday after changing due to 'favourable contemporary conditions', he also said that Goa, Konkan, central Maharashtra, Marathwada, and Vidarbha regions are likely to experience widespread rainfall from July 22-24. The metropolis also received heavy rains on Sunday and Monday. Due to the heavy rainfall, Konkan Railway suspended train services in Ratnagiri.
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