IAF undertaking rescue operation in various parts of Maharashtra a heavy rains lashes the state
India Meteorological Department (IMD) Mumbai: The rainfall intensity is very likely to continue for the next 24 hours and decrease thereafter over Konkan and adjoining ghat areas of Madhya Maharashtra during next 2 days.
WAter logging in several area in Mumbai
Heavy downpour in Mumbai
More water to be released on Meethi river
Only 3 foot left for water level to touch Mumbai Pune highway at Panvel
400 people have been evacuated from Kranti Nagar and accommodated at the Bazarwad Municipal school as level of Meethi river rises
Pictures from Dahisar Subway, Aanand Nagar Junction, Andheri Market, Akruti Mall, Andheri
Delays in local trains due to heavy rain
Mumbai Police issues warning as incessant rains pour the city.
Due to non-stop downpour, water enters the premises of Trimbakeshwar Temple in Nashik
High tide is expected today afternoon. Leave of water increasing in Meethi river, IMD has said.
Heavy rains continued to lash Mumbai and adjoining suburbs since Saturday, leading to water- logging in several areas, which affected normal life.
The weather forecast issued by IMD at 02:00 hours predicts heavy rain in city and suburbs.
The Central railways on Sunday issued a number of notices about the movement of trains. It stated that due to 'very very intense rainfall throughout, there is accumulation of water in different sections of Central Railway Suburban section' and that they are reviewing situation every 30 minutes.
In the next update, the Central railways gave list of trains in the south ghat that has either been delayed or terminated due to water logging.
Hightide has also been predicted by the IMD.
The weather department had on Friday predicted intense heavy rainfall in Mumbai on Saturday and Sunday due to a low- pressure area over the Bay of Bengal. The IMD also predicted heavy rainfall in Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg districts of Maharashtra.
In view of heavy rain warning and alert issued by the IMD, the BMC has issued a 'beach safety appeal' to citizens, the civic official said. "We appeal citizens to avoid venturing near sea or walking in water logged areas. In any emergency call us on 1916," the official said.
As per the fire station-wise rainfall recorded by the BMC in the 24 hours ending 8 am on Saturday, Dindoshi received 50 mm rainfall, followed by Kandivali (41 mm), Malad (36 mm), Chincholi (34 mm), Goregaon (33 mm), Bhandup (31 mm), Borivali (29 mm), Malwani (26 mm), Mulund (20 mm), Vikhroli (11 mm) and Kurla (9 mm).