Rain in Mumbai LIVE: IMD predicts "heavy rains" for two days, trains are delayed

Mumbai Mumbai-kari woke up on flooded roads and marshy
roads when heavy rain fell in the city on Tuesday night. The
Meteorological Authority of India (IMD) predicts heavy rains
in isolated locations in the city and suburb today. IMD warned
that heavy rains will continue over the next two days.

Daily passengers are in trouble because railways are flooded
in several areas, such as Zion. Traffic was rejected due to
flooded roads in several parts of the city.


Mumbai received 51 mm of rain at three in the morning,
according to Skymet officials. Skymet predicts that heavy
rainfall is expected in the next 2-3 hours in Mumbai, a suburb
of Mumbai, Palgar and Tanya.

This morning, 8 people were injured after a collision of three
cars in Andheri due to poor visibility after heavy rains in the
city. At the beginning of this month, at least 30 people died
when the wall fell near Malada due to incessant rains.

Catch all the latest Mumbai rain updates here:


14:15 pm: Roads flooded the Royal Circle of Mumbai after heavy
rains in the city.

13.55: Heavy rains continue today in Mumbai, reports IMD.

1.07 pm Skymet said that the next 1-2 hours in Santa Cruz,
Bhiwandi, Vasai and Mira Bhyaandere will continue good

13:00 The intensity of rain in Colaba, Navi-Mumbai, Panvele
and Tanya will decrease over the next 2-3 hours, Skymet said.

12.35: The schedule of flights arriving and departing from
Mumbai Airport was also hampered because visibility
dropped to 300 meters.

11.59 am: The Indian Meteorological Office (IMD) issued
a heavy rain warning in Mumbai


11.55 am: Continuous rains cause huge problems with traffic
at main intersections on Wednesday.

11.50: Torrential rains in Mumbai flooded several areas through
out the city, including Zion, Matungu, Mahim, Andheri, Malad
and Dahisar.

11.35: in many places in the neighboring districts of Raigad
and Ratnagiri in the region of Konkan, heavy or very heavy
rains are possible.

11.20: The developing low-pressure zone will bring more
rain to the Mumbai region over the next 48 hours, ”an IMD
spokesman said.

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