Heavy rainfall has continued in Mumbai and its surrounding areas for the second consecutive day. The downpour led to waterlogging in several areas including Andheri, Chembur, Malad, Santa Cruz-Mulund link road, Kurla West, lbs road amongst other places. Thane has also received a heavy downpour over the last 36 hours.
Thane received the maximum rainfall (213.3mm) on Saturday and there were two reports of walls collapsing in the area. Mumbai's Kandivali also took a heavy pouring (184.3mm)
Mumbai Rain: As it happened
9:21 pm: As per the latest available numbers, Mumbai received 26.72 mm rain. Western Suburbs received 62.84 mm rain while Eastern Suburbs received 76.39 mm of rainfall.
8:05 pm: Maharashtra State Disaster Management Authority has warned that rain and thundershowers are likely to occur in Mumbai, Mumbai suburban, Palghar, Pune, Raigad and Thane during the next 2-4 hours.
5:40 pm: IMD predicts moderate to heavy rains in Mumbai in 24 hours
"In next 24 hours, intermittent moderate to heavy rain expected in Mumbai and suburbs. Possibility of very heavy rainfall at isolated places. Maximum & minimum temperatures likely to be around 27 degree Celsius & 24 degree Celsius, respectively: India Meteorological Dept, Mumbai," said IMD
In next 24 hours, intermittent moderate to heavy rain expected in Mumbai and suburbs. Possibility of very heavy rainfall at isolated places. Maximum & minimum temperatures likely to be around 27 degree Celsius & 24 degree Celsius, respectively: India Meteorological Dept, Mumbai pic.twitter.com/PKSpX42Z2o— ANI (@ANI) July 5, 2020
5:20 pm: Here is the rainfall recorded from 8 am to 3 pm in Mumbai:
City: 26.69 mm
Western Suburbs: 62.78 mm
Eastern Suburbs: 76.29 mm
4:30 pm: BMC has pressed its men and machines into work to clear waterlogged areas in the city and suburbs. Sometime ago, BMC workers cleared a road in Dahisar.
3:40 pm: Water levels start affecting Kurla station. Kurla is station on Central Line in Mumbai that often gets flooded during rains.
02:10 pm: WATCH high tide in Mumbai as heavy rain continues in the maximum city. The IMD earlier in the day predicted high tides of up to 15 feet high.
02:05 pm: Visuals from Mumbai SV Road, Andheri West, Near Andheri market. Heavy rainfall around 11.30 am today.
Mumbai SV road,Andheri west,Near Andheri market----Time Morning 11.30am today #MumbaiRain #MumbaiRains #MumbaiMonsoon #MumbaiWeather #MumbaiTraffic #MumbaiRainWithIndiatv@indiatvnews pic.twitter.com/YgobvMUIYe— Corona Warrior--TheJaypeeSingh (@jayprakashindia) July 5, 2020
01:45 pm: Heavy rainfall since 6 am continues in Andheri West BMC market. Water-logging in many parts
Andheri west BMC market--Time --6am early morning today...Water logged till 12pm ....@MCGM_BMC please keep one Water pump to evacuate water from this market when heavy raining ...This is every year problems #MumbaiRain #MumbaiRains #MumbaiMonsoon #MumbaiRainWithIndiaTv pic.twitter.com/otmgYFjRmD— Corona Warrior--TheJaypeeSingh (@jayprakashindia) July 5, 2020
01:33 pm: Powai Lake overflows
As Mumbai continues to receive heavy downpour, the Powai Lake in Powai valley has started to overflow. Meanwhile, reports of water-logging from various areas have also surfaced including Andheri, Hindmata, other areas.
12:47 pm: Navi Mumbai downpour continues
12:39 PM: Waterlogging in Jogeshwari East
12:33 PM: Jogeshwari West Downpour
मुम्बई के जोगेश्वरी वेस्ट बेहराम बाग के एसवी रोड पर दोनों तरफ से सड़के लबालब भर गई है— Corona Warrior--TheJaypeeSingh (@jayprakashindia) July 5, 2020
ट्रैफिक मूवमेंट स्लो हो गया है
यही स्थिति एलबीएस रोड,लिंक रोड की भी है#MumbaiRain #MumbaiRains #MumbaiRainWithIndiatv #MumbaiMonsoon
जोगेश्वरी वेस्ट,बेहराम बाग--11.30 बजे सुबह pic.twitter.com/0PCejmYHmJ
12:12 PM: Traffic movement slow in Jogeshwari due to heavy waterlogging
11:40 AM: The heavy showers have led to waterlogging at several places across the city.
11:29 AM: Waterlogging in Malad
— Gopal (@GopalVandra) July 5, 2020
11:00 AM: Heavy rainfall in Ulhasnagar
10:33 AM: Waterlogging in King's circle Mumbai
10:19 AM: Heavy Rain in Andheri suburb. Shops starting to flood.
10:15 AM: Amazing visuals of rainbow at Gateway of India
09:53 AM: Heavy Rains in Kandivali
09:50 AM: Heavy Rains in Western Suburbs
09:43 AM: Nothing can stop Mumbai!
Mumbai Matters tweets a video of commuters on the road despite heavy rain.
No Sun on #Sunday#MumbaiRains— मुंबई Matters™✳️ (@mumbaimatterz) July 5, 2020
Heavy Rains lashing #Mahim.
Its 9.30am & it's dark & grey..#MumbaiRain#MumbaiRainsLive #MumbaiRainsWithMidday #MumbaiWeather#Monsoon2020@SkymetWeather pic.twitter.com/dvfshOmdMs
09:37 AM: In the last 24 hours, heavy to very heavy rains of intensity over 100mm are recorded in many parts of Mumbai and Suburbs.
09:23 AM: Some more images from Mumbai
09:12 AM: Twitter User clicks breathtaking image of Mumbai coastline at Marine Drive
08:26 AM: Waterlogging has been seen in several areas of Mumbai as heavy rains continued late into the night.