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Mumbai rains latest updates: Extremely heavy rainfall predicted on Wednesday – Mumbai Mirror

Aug 4, 2020, 20.46PM

The IMD in Mumbai has sounded a red alert for today and tomorrow. Extremely heavy rain is forecast for Mumbai, its suburbs and adjoining areas including Thane. Overnight rains have caused severe waterlogging in many parts of the city. Local train services on all lines and BEST buses too have been affected. The offices too have been shut. In 10 hours, the city recorded a 230 mm rainfall. Meanwhile, BMC chief Iqbal Chahal and Mayor Kishori Pednekar visited various areas to take stock of the situation.

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