With continuous rainfall all through the night, people in several parts of Mumbai on Tuesday woke up to severe waterlogging. The weather department has sounded a red alert for today and tomorrow for extremely heavy rain in Mumbai. Education officers have been told to keep the BMC schools prepared if any emergency situation arises and people need shelter. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that extremely heavy rain will occur at isolated places in Mumbai, Thane and Raigad districts of Maharashtra on August 4 and August 5. Ratnagiri district is also expected to receive extremely heavy rain on August 4, while Paldhar district is expected to receive extremely heavy rain on August 5.
Here are the live updates of Mumbai rain:
Normal life disrupted in #Mumbai as heavy rainfall triggers severe water logging at various places of the city. #Maharashtra
Visuals from Parel area pic.twitter.com/WQSLMk0pZO– ANI (@ANI) August 4, 2020
230 mm rainfall occurred within 10 hrs. It’s a flood-like situation. Mithi river had swelled up in the morning because of heavy rains, crossing the danger mark. As of now, it is flowing below danger level. The evacuation of people has also been stopped right now: BMC Commissioner https://t.co/WD3WzQY8oJpic.twitter.com/KDJDFMa2n7– ANI (@ANI) August 4, 2020
Stay home! We’ve been monitoring the situation and the @mybmc is working round the clock. Please cooperate and stay home. https://t.co/lRJTZtkPuS– Aaditya Thackeray (@AUThackeray) August 4, 2020
Maharashtra: Water logging in parts of Mumbai following incessant rainfall in the city; visuals from King’s Circle area. pic.twitter.com/ZyrFyqzEYt– ANI (@ANI) August 4, 2020
#Mumbai: Incessant rain causes waterlogging at Santacruz East near Maratha Colony on Western Express Highway pic.twitter.com/CW0qGf7RBc– ANI (@ANI) August 4, 2020
Location: Chunabhatti pic.twitter.com/tJ1o0VVT4q– Purva Chitnis (@ChitnisPurva) August 4, 2020
Update on rainfall (in mm) (0830 hrs IST of yesterday to 0830 hrs IST of today) of Konkan, & Goa, Mumbai city,
Observatory data; Colaba-252.2, Santacruz-268.6, Thane-120, Basai-175– India Met. Dept. (@Indiametdept) August 4, 2020
Water enters houses in Kandivali area following incessant rainfall in Mumbai.
Maharashtra: Water enters houses in Kandivali area following incessant rainfall in Mumbai. pic.twitter.com/YHanl0gdyp– ANI (@ANI) August 4, 2020
High tide of 4.45 metres expected at 12.47 pm in Mumbai today: Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).
Mumbai Rainfall updates at 8 am of 4 Aug.
Land slide ! at Time of India, next Samta nagar police station, highway, Mumbai.
Red Alert for RF, for North Konkan next 48 hrs.
TC pic.twitter.com/lv1P2z0jK0– K S Hosalikar (@Hosalikar_KS) August 4, 2020
A Red Alert has been issued for Mumbai, Thane amid heavy rains. The trend of heavy rainfall in most areas is set to continue for the next 48 hours.
RED ALERT FOR MUMBAI/THANE. PLEASE MUMBAIKARS AND THANEKARS, DONT VENTURE OUT.
POSSIBILITY OF VERY HEAVY SHOWERS THROUGH THE DAY#Mumbai#[email protected]– Purva Chitnis (@ChitnisPurva) August 4, 2020
Maharashtra: Waterlogging in Mumbai’s Lower Parel following incessant rainfall in the area.
#WATCH Maharashtra: Waterlogging in Mumbai’s Lower Parel following incessant rainfall in the area. pic.twitter.com/q6CrJkwPiU– ANI (@ANI) August 4, 2020
Several areas in Mumbai have been flooded after extremely heavy rain in through the night. The financial capital and a few neighbouring district are on red alert for “extremely heavy rainfall” today and tomorrow. Read Here
Mumbai rain updates at 3 am, 4 Aug.
In last 3 hrs Mumbai & around recd very intense rainfall as seen from figure.
Mumbai now on RED ALERT, with possibilities of Extremely Hvy falls at isolated places. Thunder being heard for last 2 hrs & satellite, radar points to intense spells pic.twitter.com/WBziE70wRd– K S Hosalikar (@Hosalikar_KS) August 3, 2020
As per the @Indiametdept forecast, extremely heavy rainfall is expected in the city & suburbs today with high tide at 12.47 PM. Mumbaikars are requested not to venture out unless extremely necessary & stay away from the shore & waterlogged areas#MyBMCUpdates#mumbairain– माझी Mumbai, आपली BMC (@mybmc) August 4, 2020
Maharashtra: Severe waterlogging in various parts of Mumbai following incessant rainfall in the city; visuals from Parel East.
More than 230 mm of rainfall recorded in Mumbai city in the last 10 hours, according to Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation pic.twitter.com/JVhEWcICvK– ANI (@ANI) August 4, 2020
With continuous rainfall all through the night people in several parts of Mumbai on Tuesday woke up to severe waterlogging. The weather department has sounded a red alert for today and tomorrow for extremely heavy rain in Mumbai.