Mumbai Weather Forecast, Heavy Rains Live Update: The IMD has predicted heavy rainfall in Mumbai and its adjoining areas on Sunday.
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Rains in Mumbai Today, Mumbai Weather Forecast Live: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy rainfall in Mumbai and its adjoining areas on Sunday. Mumbai is witnessing another spell of rains, the third time this monsoon, bringing the city to a standstill situation with disruption in road and rail traffic and flights. The weather department has said that heavy rains will lash Mumbai and Thane for the next 24 hours. For Palghar, the Met office has issued a forecast of heavy rain at isolated places on Sunday and Monday. The Santacruz observatory said that it recorded 46.8 mm of rain between 8.30 am to 5.30 pm on Saturday. The Colaba observatory recorded 49.6 mm rain at the same time. The IMD’s Thane-Belapur observatory recorded 31.2 mm of rainfall and Dahanu 50.4 mm. In view of the IMD’s forecast of heavy rains, the BMC has advised people to keep away from the Arabian Sea, beaches and creeks. The residents have been asked to stay indoors and keep a strict watch on developments. The last week’s rains flooded the Mithi River, forcing rescue agencies to shift around 1,400 people to safety in Kurla’s Krantinagar and Bail Bazar areas where water seeped into their homes. Another 2,300 people stranded at various locations were put in temporary shelters in different parts of the city in view of the bad weather. The last week’s downpour also claimed five lives including two BMC officials.
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17:00 (IST)08 Sep 2019
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Rains in Mumbai have created a lot of problems for its citizens because of which many areas of the city are waterlogged.
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) September 8, 2019
Please be advised about Water Logging at following areas –
1. Sakkar Panchayat Marg, R.A.K Marg near Wadala Station.
2. Hindmata Jn.
3. Postal Colony, Chembur
4. Maharshtra Nagar, Mankhurd
5. Shivaji Chowk
16:31 (IST)08 Sep 2019
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15:28 (IST)08 Sep 2019
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14:24 (IST)08 Sep 2019
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13:14 (IST)08 Sep 2019
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10:48 (IST)08 Sep 2019
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09:52 (IST)08 Sep 2019
What causing rains in Mumbai?
KS Hosalikar, IMD Deputy Director-general (Western Region), said that the presence of offshore trough on west coast from Gujarat to Kerala and low pressure system over Orissa with associated circulation has led to strengthening of rainfall over west coast, including Mumbai. Many stations in western suburbs have reported heavy rainfall. Rain and some intense spell will continue, he said.
09:26 (IST)08 Sep 2019
114% rainfall in Mumbai this monsoon
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08:42 (IST)08 Sep 2019
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08:31 (IST)08 Sep 2019
Mumbai rains updates
According to the data received from the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation, Belapur received 73.50 mm of rainfall between 8.30 am and 7.30 pm on Saturday, followed by Nerul (80 mm), Vashi (78 mm) and Airoli (65.50 mm).
08:18 (IST)08 Sep 2019
Mumbai rains live update: Maximum rainfall recorded in western suburbs
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08:01 (IST)08 Sep 2019
Mumbai rains live
On Saturday, the IMD’s Santacruz observatory recorded 46.8 mm of rain between 8.30 am to 5.30 pm while the figure for the Colaba unit was 49.6 mm. The Thane-Belapur observatory recorded 31.2 mm of rainfall and Dahanu 50.4 mm.
07:43 (IST)08 Sep 2019
Heavy rains in Mumbai likely today
Mumbai and its adjoining areas are likely to receive showers on Sunday, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted. It said that Thane will also receive rainfall in the next 24 hours. Palghar, it has issued a forecast of heavy rain at isolated places on Sunday and Monday.
Last week, at least five persons were killed in different rain-related incidents in Mumbai as it received heavy rains, thus paralysing the city for the third time this monsoon. According to the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) Disaster Control dats, the city recorded 127.9 mm (season’s total – 2,263.2 mm), the eastern suburbs got 173.4 mm (3,006.3 mm) and the western suburbs notched 186.0 mm (2,765.1 mm) alone on Wednesday. The average for the city and suburbs stood at 102.73 mm and 114.79 mm, respectively. The monsoon’s total average stood at 2,358 mm (nearly 114% of the annual rainfall).
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