High tides hit Mumbai's Marine Drive on August 22.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued an 'orange' alert for Mumbai, Thane and rest of the Konkan region of Maharashtra, forecasting heavy rainfall. While a yellow alert--heavy rain across isolated areas--has been issued for Mumbai and Thane on Sunday and orange alert continues for Palghar, Raigad and Ratnagiri.
High Tide was experienced at Mumbai's Marine Drive on August 04 after the city witnessed incessant rainfall.
Heavy rainfall in Mumbai has caused waterlogging in several areas. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Tuesday warned not to venture around beaches and other low lying areas. Meanwhile, a high tide of 4.51 meters is expected in Mumbai at 12:47 pm on Tuesday.
The orange alert by the IMD's Mumbai centre has also been issued for coastal districts. Meanwhile, traffic jams has already been reported in several parts of Mumbai.
High tide was observed at Mumbai's Marine Drive as heavy rain lashed the city on July 05. According to IMD, Mumbai and its sub-urban areas have received extreme rainfall during last 24 hours.
As heavy downpour continues in Mumbai, high tide of over 4 feet hit the Marine Drive area. Heavy rainfall is continuing at isolated places in Mumbai since Friday with IMD predicting for more rains for today and tomorrow.
Heavy rainfall has continued in Mumbai and its surrounding areas for the second consecutive day. The downpour has led to waterlogging in several areas including Andheri, Chembur, Malad, Santa Cruz-Mulund link road, Kurla West.
Cyclone Nisarga has begun its landfall in Mumbai and its neighboring areas. Videos have emerged of strong winds and have rains lashing across the city. High tides have been seen off the shore of Maharashtra in Mumbai and several other places.
A powerful cyclone began dumping rain on coastal India and Bangladesh early today. IndiaTvNews.com brings to you photos as the most powerful storm in decades brings heavy winds and high tides along with rain in the coastal areas of Odisha and West Bengal.
The super cyclonic storm Amphan on Wednesday triggered high tides in Digha and Purba Medinipur in West Bengal. The super cyclone, which has now weakened into an extremely severe cyclonic storm, is set to make landfall in Digha and Sunderbans area by today noon.