Citizens slam IMD for 'getting it wrong again' after light rainfall yesterday, when forecast was 'heavy rains, thundershowers'
After BMC cleared and widened an important drain in Bhandup two years ago, a bunch of shanties started taking it over. This year, the slum has grown so much that the civic body has not even silted the stretch,...
Dahisar girl loses life on Day 1 of predicted deluge
In this regard, trains on Central Railways suburban are running with a delay of 10-12 minutes, though there is no cancellation at present
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Saturday declared the onset of the monsoon over Mumbai, the adjoining Thane-Konkan areas, Ahmednagar, Parbhani and other parts of Maharashtra
As the monsoon continued to advance from Kerala to Maharashtra, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) yesterday again alerted residents about the possibility of "extremely heavy rainfall" over the next 2-3...
It has also warned that winds, with speeds ranging between 40 kilometres per hour to 60 kmph, were likely along the coasts of Goa and Konkan between June 8-12
The Indian Meteorological Department has forecast 'heavy to very heavy' rains in Maharashtra, especially in the coastal Konkan region, from June 7 to 11
As per the IMD forecast, there is a possibility of very heavy rainfall in Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Mumbai, Thane, Raigad and Palghar districts on June 9
People in Mumbai can dial 1916 and those outside Mumbai can dial 1077 in case of emergency
Citizens wipe out civic body's claims of being monsoon-ready and upload pictures of the state of Mumbai's roads after just one proper shower across the city
The rain disrupted services on both the Western and Central Railway lines on Monday evening, with incidents of falling hoardings, wires and even a tree
Rain over the western coast, especially in Mumbai, is likely to peak between June 8 and 10, private agency Skymet said
Weathermen predict that pre-Monsoon showers are likely to commence around June 3 and spot rain and thundershowers would continue till June 5
CR General Manager D K Sharma said the move and collection of data will be useful for both agencies and will help in collecting more accurate data and give warnings in areas prone to flooding
As per the Indian Meteorological Department, the city might experience scattered rainfall for the next few days due to cyclone Mekunu
This is going to be possible as the Maharashtra government has commissioned 2,060 automatic weather stations (AWS) in as many revenue circles, to provide real time weather-related information to farmers up to ...
Sources in the department said that the storm would move west-southwestwards and weaken gradually after 12 hours
For the first time the BMC has released a list of neap tide dates and warned people and authorities to be prepared in the event of flooding.
Learning from the disruption of train services on August 29last year, that brought the local train services to a grinding halt, railway officials say that they have taken adequate measures to avoid a repeat of...
As per a senior civic official, the process of manufacturing the material will start this month
After the death of leading gastroenterologist Dr Deepak Amarapurkar, who fell into an open manhole near Elphinstone Road last monsoon, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) had decided to fix protective...
According to Kumar, the depression over Lakshadweep formed on Wednesday. "When the system moves it brings with it a lot of cloudiness to adjoining land areas, which in this case is Maharashtra and Karnataka
Sena corporator wants expert body set up to tackle problem of severe flooding in houses along rivers, nullahs
BMC says it was repairing roads when rain wreaked havoc, caused potholes to reappear
Parts of city to experience heavy showers as cyclone expected to weaken by late tomorrow night; Mumbai plays it safe, stays indoors today
Slumdwellers unable to sleep as water from sea sweeps into their homes; forced to take shelter in nearby temple
Lavish open-air wedding venues across the city left dripping after cyclone-driven freak showers wash out Monday shaadis; planners suffer huge losses, one couple has to make do with pheras in the changing ro...
Mumbai was hit with a fresh bout of rains on Monday evening as Cyclone Ockhi drew close
Even as Mumbaikars were beginning to enjoy the nip in the air, several parts of the city saw light showers on Monday morning