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The next high tide is expected on the following day, July 23, 2023, at 0251hrs (2:51 AM), with the sea level reaching 3.58 meters.
At 2056hrs (8:56 PM), the sea level is expected to reach its lowest point of 1.57 meters. The next low tide is predicted for the next day, July 23, 2023, at 0817hrs (8:17 AM), with the sea level reaching 1.48 meters.
In the City, the average rainfall was 82.89mm. In the Eastern Suburbs, the average rainfall was 148.40mm. In the Western Suburbs, the average rainfall was 122.30mm.
These rainfall amounts indicate that there was substantial precipitation during the specified time period. Heavy rainfall can lead to waterlogging, flooding, and other related issues in urban areas, so residents and commuters are advised to be cautious and prepared during such weather conditions.
Mumbai and its suburbs received heavy rainfall on Friday, leading to waterlogging in low-lying areas and disruption of vehicular traffic in the city. Several areas in Mumbai, including Andheri, Kurla, Ghatkopar and Chembur, witnessed waterlogging due to the heavy spells of rains. The Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) Ltd had to divert buses on more than 12 routes due to waterlogging in Sion. Furthermore, motorists and pedestrians faced inconvenience as the Andheri subway was closed for traffic due to waterlogging.