Mumbai : Mumbai continue to reel under heavy downpour even on the fourth day as the Indian Meteorological Department has predicted “active monsoon conditions over the west coast.”
Heavy downpour continue to lash Mumbai
Intense spells of rainfall likely to continue in Mumbai, Thane, Raigad and Palghar during the next two hours, says IMD in a tweet. The financial capital of India received the second highest rainfall recorded within 24 hours in June in 10 years, according to IMD data. Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) had warned of intermittent rain in Mumbai.
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Heavy downpour accompanied with floods lash Mumbai
Continuous downpour is taking a toll on office goers. Several areas of Parel and Dadar are still under the water. BMC has diverted traffic in several areas.
On Friday, four people were killed and five injured in rain-related incidents in Mumbai.
Water has accumulated in many areas making it troublesome for travelers and commuters to commute to their workplace on a regular basis.
Local trains called the lifeline of Mumbai, were also affected with a few cancelled and some running with minor delays on Monday morning due to water logging