| About Regional Meteorological Centre, Mumbai|
The Regional Meteorological Centre, Mumbai is one of the six Regional
Centres of India Meteorological Department. This Centre was established
in April 1945 for providing weather related services to the states of
Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat excluding Vidarbha region of Maharashtra
State. The centre is also responsible for the monitoring of tropical
cyclone formation in Arabian Sea and cyclone warning work. Cyclone
warning work is carried out by Area Cyclone Warning Centre Mumbai and
Cyclone Warning Centre Ahmedabad.
Cyclone Warning Services for
Maharashtra, Goa, Gujarat states and Arabian Sea.
Services to Aviation.
Services for Shipping & Fisheries, and
Inland Warning Services to District
revenue, Irrigation, Railway.
Services to Public by issue of weather
bulletins and warnings.
Services to Agriculture and Farmers.
Hydrometeorological and Flood
Supply of Meteorological data to
members of public, Government Agencies and Industries for research
Establish Meteorological observatories.
Analyse and interpret meteorological observations and issue
Scrutinise and process observational data for climatological