By Shubhendra Singh Rajawat

Updates on the rain in Mumbai: Heavy rain in the city produced floods, train track interruptions, and traffic delays. The Meteorological Department issued a’red’ alert.

On Thursday, heavy rainfall in Mumbai caused floods in low-lying areas, stopped local train services, and delayed traffic in several regions due to flooding. The Weather Underground has issued a’red’ signal, indicating severe to very heavy rain in a few locations and extremely heavy rain in isolated areas.

Is it raining in Mumbai today? Here is what the IMD predicts.

The Mumbai Centre of the India Meteorological Department predicted continuous heavy to very heavy rainfall in the city and urban areas, with a possibility of extremely high rainfall in isolated areas.

IMD predicts that active monsoon conditions will remain over parts of Konkan and nearby ghat areas of Madhya Maharashtra over the next 2-3 days.

Today’s average rainfall in Mumbai.

  1. On Thursday, rain fell in Mumbai from 8:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.
  2. 758mm Santacruz
  3. The Colaba 85.8mm
  4. Bandra is 68.5mm wide.
  5. 82.0mm Ram Mandir
  6. The Chembur 60.5mm
  7. 83.5 mm CSMT
  8. The Matunga 69.0mm
  9. The Dahisar 159.5mm

Mumbai weather updates for the next five days

DayRain intensityProbabilityIMD alert
ThursdayHeavy to very heavy at few places with extremely heavy rainfall at isolated placesVery likelyRed
FridayHeavy rainfall at isolated placesVery likelyYellow
SaturdayModerate rainVery likelyGreen
SundayModerate rainVery likelyGreen
MondayModerate rainVery likelyGreen

Mumbai traffic alert.

  • Due to 3ft of water logging, vehicle travel is restricted at Poisar, Samata Nagar.
  • Vehicle traffic is restricted on both sides of the Andheri Subway due to 3ft water logging. Traffic is being redirected to SV Road.
  • Due to 3ft of water logging, traffic is restricted at Payal Hotel Junction (Dahisar East).
  • According to the Western Railway, commuters noticed waterlogging on tracks between Churchgate and Marine Lines stations, although train services were unaffected.
  • On Thursday, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) declared a holiday for all public and private schools and institutions in the city. “The BMC requests that all citizens remain alert, stay indoors, and kindly follow instructions from the administration,” Mumbai civic commissioner and administrator Iqbal Singh Chahal said on Wednesday night. According to the IMD Mumbai, the Colaba observatory (representing the island city) recorded “extremely heavy” rainfall of 223.2 mm in the 24-hour period ending at 8.30 a.m. on Thursday, while the Santacruz observatory (representing the suburbs) recorded 145.1 mm rainfall.

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