Traffic was affected at Khar, Malad and Andheri subway due to waterlogging. The rainfall of mm recorded in Colaba observatory for the Mumbai city from 8. People were seen wading through knee-deep water as a car was washed away in Andheri.
Trains services on Harbour Line which had suffered to quite an extent have improved by now.
Potholes compounded the problem. A car struggles to move forward on the water-logged roads in Thane. Waterlogged tracks between Sion and Matunga.
Mainly moderate showers will occur over the city but heavy showers at a few places cannot be ruled out. Commuters ride past pot-holes filled road after heavy rainfall. These showers will remain on the lighter side, heavy rains unlikely.
Heavy rainfall has led to waterlogged streets in several parts of the city, visuals from Hindmata area. However, the intensity of rains had reduced after Personnel of the department have been instructed to be prepared in case of a waterlogging owing to mega projects such as Metro construction as more than 2, constables and wardens were ordered to be out on roads.
As many as 87 local services on the Central and Western Railway were cancelled due to the heavy rains, said officials. People wade through a waterlogged street. Rainfall activity will remain on complete backseat for the next few hours.
Several areas witnessed traffic snarls due to heavy waterlogging, local trains running late. Search Heavy rain in Mumbai kills four in 24 hours; trains and traffic affected Mumbai rains continued to batter the city on Monday. Dabbawalas operations will remain closed today as lunchboxes from yesterday were not collected.
June 4, 3: The traffic police have made arrangements to ensure smooth traffic, especially during peak hours, in case of heavy rainfall. As per weathermen at Skymet Weather, rain intensity will be much lesser as compared to yesterday. Monsoon is likely to reach Maharashtra and Goa in the next two days, the India Meteorological Department IMD said today, with a private weather forecasting agency predicting sustained heavy rains later this week.
Train delays The rains that have been lashing the city over the weekend caused a delay in services on the Western Railway due to a track failure near Bandra station.
Two men were killed after a tree collapsed near Fashion Street in South Mumbai Sunday evening, while year-old Nagendra Nagarjun died after he fell into a manhole near Evershine Nagar in Malad west and drowned on Monday morning.
As per weathermen at Skymet, these showers are expected to continue during the next 24 hours. Disaster management unit,BMC officials and the fire brigade are at the spot. On Saturday, three people, including two children, died due to electrocution as pre-monsoon showers hit Mumbai.
Waist-deep water was reported at Postal Colony in Chembur and, knee-length waterlogging witnessed at Vile Parle east near Milan Subway.
All mail express trains are expected to reach late at Bandra Terminus, Dadar Terminus and Mumbai Central due to the heavy rain between Virar and Surat.
Air India waives cancellation charges on all tickets issued on or before August 28 and 29 for travel to and from Mumbai, extended till August 31 Updated at Mumbai rains forecast Monsoon to hit Maharashtra between June ; city may receive heavy rainfall this week Monsoon is likely to reach Maharashtra and Goa in the next two days, the India.
Last year, on August 29, Mumbai reeled under mm of rain in 12 hours, one of the city's worst days since the floods when the city had received mm rainfall in 24 hours.
But, Mumbai is. Jul 10, · It is the highest rainfall of the season so far in 24 hours. IMAGE: People push a BEST bus after it gets struck on a water-logged street after heavy rainfall at Parel, in Mumbai. Photograph: PTI. Heavy rains lashed parts of Mumbai causing waterlogging at several places on Sunday.
People were seen wading through knee-deep water as a car was washed away in Andheri. On Saturday, two. Mumbai rain: Heavy showers lash city. The MeT department has predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall in Mumbai, and a high tide measuring metres, which is expected at pm today.
The India Meteorological Department’s (IMD) Mumbai office has said heavy rainfall will continue in some parts of the city and its suburbs after similar conditions over the weekend.