The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has already issued a warning, asking people to stay away from the coast.
According to India Meteorological Department, the monsoon will hit Kerala in the next 3 to 4 days. IMD Director BP Yadav said that from the last 3-4 days there was no advancement but on Monday it has reached Arabian Sea. "Conditions now becoming favourable for the onset of monsoon over Kerala in next 3-4 days," he added.
But the Maharashtra government said there is no need to panic as the oil content as of now is negligible.
Sixty-one pirates have also been caught in the operation carried out by Navy's INS Khukri.
Beaches throughout Mumbai face the brunt as lakhs of Ganesha idols are immersed after the festivities.
With a negligible number of lifeguards and safety facilities, Mumbai has seen 40 drowning deaths this year.
The tentacles of global warming are slowly spreading.
A major fallout could be a further rise in the prices of vegetables and fish.
The coast is on high alert with over 600 fishermen still in sea.
Traffic has been thrown out of gear.
All schools and colleges have been asked to shut early.
Akshat Bhargava and Pooja Bhangire began swimming the 22-kilometre stretch from Rewas in Alibag on Saturday morning.
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