Outer townships of Mumbai on mainland can get showers early morning, and late evening due to developing cumulus clouds. Mumbai pressure Friday morning at 1009 mb.(See vagaries Readings).
Though the rainfall in Central and NW India has improved the overall deficit and monsoon position, there are some regions of the country which have not recieved any rains at all.
Kutch Region of Gujarat has received no rains at all, with many stations at 0 mms (Abdasa, Nakhatrana) and the capital Bhuj having measured just 2 mms.
Reports from Kutch state of the ground watre having gone down to "un-reachable" levels, and all the reservoirs are dry.
We can safely say that the SWM has not yet reached the Kutch area of India.
Saurashtra is another such region facing acute shortage of water and rainfall.
SAURASHTRA & KUTCH Deficit % as on 22nd August
SUBDIVISION RAINFALL -82
Such are the high Extremes of deficit figures in Gujarat.
Maharashtra Drought Regions are depicted in this re-Organised map:
In Pakistan, Sindh, bordering Kutch, has received negligible rains this Monsoon.
Major cities Rainfall till 22 August:
Karachi: 1 mm, Hyderabad (Sindh): 1 mm, Sukkur: 0 mms, Larkana 0 mms, Jacobabad 3 mms.
For Kutch and Sindh regions, it is very crucial and critical, as the Monsoon withdraws from these regions normally by first week of September.