The heavy rains throughout Saturday and Sunday led to several areas of the city getting waterlogged and many trees falling. One person died after part of a slab in a garden in Powai collapsed on him on Sunday afternoon.

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In all, 41 trees fell over the weekend, including this one in Worli yesterday
In all, 41 trees fell over the weekend, including this one in Worli yesterday

The Met department has forecast heavy rains in some parts of the city in the next 24 hours. According to data released by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the city saw 40.6 mm rainfall on Sunday with daytime temperatures dropping to 24.8 degrees.

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Mumbaikars enjoy the heavy rain in Dadar. Pics/Satyajit Desai and Bipin Kokate
Mumbaikars enjoy the heavy rain in Dadar. Pics/Satyajit Desai and Bipin Kokate

The city has witnessed a total of 122.2 mm of rainfall till June 13, which is 4.78 per cent of the average monsoon total. This is much higher than last year, when the city had received only 18.4 mm of rain till June 13. The city is expected to see a high tide of 4.51 metres at 11.39 am today.

Usual suspects
Several areas in the city experienced water-logging. These include Hindmata, an area notorious for water logging. It was supposed to be free of the scourge this year as the BMC has installed a new pump there. The area experienced water-logging on Sunday morning but the water was pumped out soon.

All fall down
Over the weekend, there were six complaints of plaster falling from buildings, in which no injury was reported but a man died in Powai because of a slab collapse (see box). A total of 41 trees fell due to the heavy rains 14 in the island city, 7 in the eastern suburbs and 20 in western suburbs.