The incessant downpour has left Mumbai stagnant and part of the city submerged in water with modes of commute including trains, traffic, and flight getting affected by the heavy rains.
Similar to most of the city, the visuals from the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport were equally distraught with water accumulated on the premises.
Moreover, in visuals circulated a manhole at the International Airport could be seen fervently flooding and gushing due to the building water pressure inside.
The water cascading through the manhole depicted the plight of the city and the inactivity of the richest civic body, BMC, to tackle the crisis year after year.
Here are some of the visuals from across the city:
A total of 55 flights have been diverted and 50 have been cancelled at Mumbai's key Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport on account of inclement weather including crosswinds and tailwinds that have accompanied the heavy rains that have lashed the city over the last 24 hours bringing a host of key services to a standstill and forced the Maharashtra government to declare a public holiday in the Mumbai city, Mumbai suburban and Thane districts.
Mumbai has faced heavy rainfall in the last 24 hours, with the city's lifeline - the key local train services - also impeded.
The BMC, meanwhile, has posted a weather forecast via the IMD, wherein it predicts a heavy downpour for the coming 24 hours following which the forecast for the next 24 hours hints at some respite: