Dry weather is likely to prevail over parts of north India for the next five days. The official rainfall season in the country starts from June 1 to September 30.
Overall, the country has received 9 per cent more rainfall than normal until September 26, according to data.
Heavy rains and gale had lashed Mumbai and neighbouring districts on Wednesday.
The national capital and its neighbouring areas are expected to receive heavy rainfall on Wednesday. The IMDsounded an orange alert in the city for the next two days.
According to the Met office, light to moderate rain would occur in many areas of the state in the next 48 hours.
Waterlogging in these places forced the closure of subways and vehicle movement slowed down as well.
The Konkan subdivision, which includes Mumbai and coastal districts of Maharashtra, has received 523 mm rainfall so far, as against usual 317 mm, he said.
The monsoon is expected to hit the state by June 5, four days after its normal date of onset.