About 700 local train trips have been done since July 1 on the Central and Western Railway
After 2 days of downpour, stock in seven lakes from where city gets its supply increases to 1.60 lakh MLD
Thereafter, the intensity will go down further and temperatures will rise, leading to sultry weather conditions
Several parts of Mumbai were affected as the usual hotspots saw water-logging; sea water entered Bandra slum; more rain in the next two days
On Saturday, two incidents of wall collapse were also reported in Thane
According to Skymet, the decrease is due to the cyclonic circulation over southern Gujarat and adjoining North Konkan region, that had earlier intensified into a low-pressure area and will further reduce itsel...
A high tide of 4.63 metres is expected at the Mumbai coastline at 12.23 pm. The BMC has requested Mumbaikars to stay away from the shore
In the last few days, severe instances of waterlogging and tree-falling have been reported along with heavy traffic jams in different parts of Mumbai
The city received its first heavy to very heavy showers between Friday and Saturday. Despite the claims from the civic corporation on monsoon preparedness, many low-lying areas were waterlogged for hours
Ensures safety measures for their installations and reduced downtime during monsoon, Adani has activated additional helplines for customer convenience
Waterlogging reported at usual flood-prone areas of the city as heavy rain lashes Mumbai and suburbs
As per IMD forecast, Mumbai city and suburbs are expected to receive intense to very intense spell of rainfall during the next few hours
According to the district administration, Thane had received 53.23 mm rainfall till morning
BMC warns people to stay away from Mumbai's coast after high tide warning and IMD's prediction of extremely heavy rainfall in next 48 hours
Situation was the result of heavy rainfall and a high tide around 10.50 am on Friday
Mumbai Police also took to Twitter to advise people to stay indoors and take the necessary precautions
Flooding was reported in Cuffe Parade, Bhulabhai Desai Road, Worli, Dadar, Parel, Chira Bazaar, Masjid Bunder, and surroundings.
Indian Meteorological Department issued an orange alert (very heavy rain) for Mumbai for Friday and Saturday, and yellow alert (heavy rain) on Sunday
Heavy rain prediction over the weekend for Palghar and Nashik offers some hope
According to private weather agency Skymet, Mumbai is expected to receive moderate to heavy rainfall between Friday and Sunday
According to Skymet Weather, this development in the monsoon is due to a cyclonic circulation over South Gujarat and adjoining area that is likely to intensify thus resulting in the possibility of widespread r...
According to private weather agency Skymet, the activity is due to a cyclonic circulation seen over North Konkan and Goa
Shiv Sena chief instructed the authorities to ensure that water does not accumulate on streets during monsoon. Also, nullahs are being cleared to keep other diseases at bay during a pandemic.
Despite IMD's forecast of heavy rainfall from Sunday, the day passed with a few showers
Skymet said that continuous downpour with heavy intensity will be witnessed in Mumbai only in the first half of July
Weathermen predict Mumbai will see significant rain activity from June 28 onwards; across the country monsoon arrives 12 days earlier than expected
Any further delay in rainfall will lead to major water cuts: BMC
According to private weather agency Skymet, Mumbai is likely to experience light to moderate rains for the next two to three days
Skymet has predicted that rains will possibly commence over Mumbai and adjoining areas by around June 28 and will continue at timely intervals for the next two to three days
The Indian Meteorological Department's Deputy Director of Meteorology KS Hosalikar said that the western suburbs received more rainfall than the rest of the city in last 24 hours