Twitter user Dolly Davda says that traffic on Western Express Highway is free-flowing and clean.
Twitter user Mayur Malusare shared a picture of a Mumbai Police personnel for their selfless service towards the citizen of Mumbai.
Here's the latest update from Western Railway on the cancellation, short termination and rescheduled timing of trains at Nallasopara following heavy rains.
Twitter user Dolly Davda says that traffic on Western Express Highway is free-flowing and clean.
18:32:00The NDRF team has made temporary provisions for emergency accommodation for stranded long-distance passengers at places such as Borivli, Kandivli, Malad, Bandra, Vile Parle, Santacruz, Goregaon, and Andheri, reports Skymwet weather.
Provision for emergency accommodation for stranded long distance passengers has been made through NDRF at Borivali,Kandivali, Malad,Bandra, Vile Parle,Santacruz, Goregaon,Andheri.#Mumbai #MumbaiRains #MumbaiRain #MumbaiRainsLive #MumbaiRainsLiveUpdates https://t.co/y5mIKYUGXo— SkymetWeather (@SkymetWeather) September 4, 2019
Private weather agency Skymet weather has informed that in the past three hours between 2:30 pm and 5:30 pm, Santacruz witnessed 7 mm of rains. Thereby, taking the 9 hours figure to 217 mm of rainfall.
In the past three hours between 2:30 pm and 5:30 pm, Santa Cruz saw 7 mm of rains, taking the 9 hours figure to 217 mm of rainfall. #Mumbai #MumbaiRains #MumbaiRain #MumbaiRainsLive #MumbaiRainsLiveUpdates #mumbairainliveupdates https://t.co/y5mIKYUGXo— SkymetWeather (@SkymetWeather) September 4, 2019
The Western Railway took to Twitter and informed passengers that the Vasai-Virar area has received nearly 500mm rainfall in little more than 36 hours.
Vasai-Virar area has received about 500mm rainfall in little more than 36 hrs following very heavy #MumbaiRains. Also, there was flush flooding from nearby areas which resulted in heavy water logging on tracks at Nallasopara. Services are temporarily suspended btwn Vasai-Virar. pic.twitter.com/k1kHINtxIZ— Western Railway (@WesternRly) September 4, 2019
The IMD authorities have indicated extremely heavy rainfall in Mumbai in next 24 hrs. Request to stay indoors and not to venture outside unless absolutely necessary.
The residents around Mithi River have been evacuated temporarily to a safer BMC shelter. We are grateful for the @NDRFHQ and @indiannavy for always standing by the MCGM staff in relief and rescue operations #MumbaiRain #MCGMUpdates pic.twitter.com/Oo6wBxVFKL— à¤®à¤¾à¤à¥ Mumbai, à¤à¤ªà¤²à¥ BMC (@mybmc) September 4, 2019
In view of heavy rainfall & water logging, you may experience a Power Shutdown due to Safety Switch-Off of Sub Stations. The situation is being monitored: TATA Power
1) Due to heavy water logging near Mahim and Matunga Road, no services r running between Churchgate and Andheri till next 2 hours.
2) Services are running between Andheri and Vasai Road on all 4 lines at certain intervals.
3) Trains between Vasai Road and Virar are not running due to waterlogging near Nalasopara till further orders.
Our team is assessing the water level for the resumption of services ASAP.
Commuters take to railways tracks after a train was halted at Khar station for 30 minutes. Pic/ Chetna Yerunkar
Following incessant rains in Mumbai area over WR section & water logging on tracks at Nallasopara, many long distance trains of WR leaving Mumbai on 4th Sept, 2019 will be cancelled. Passengers are requested to check train status on https://t.co/I6LcHIYfpG or enquiry no. 139. pic.twitter.com/GEQPsLH97e— Western Railway (@WesternRly) September 4, 2019
A photograph of a Mumbai local train stranded at Mahim due to major rainfall in the city. Pic/ Rupsa Chakraborty
Railway tracks were submerged at Sion following heavy rainfall in the city.
Harbour line update.— Central Railway (@Central_Railway) September 4, 2019
Due to continuous heavy rains & waterlogging between Kurla and Chunabhatti, services have been stopped.
Services are running between CSMT and Andheri/Goregaon,
Vashi-Panvel and on Transharbour line services are running.
The water level has gone above 300 mm at Nalasopara, and due to the same train operations have temporarily stopped between Vasai and Virar.
Due to continuous heavy rains & waterlogging between Vikhroli-Kanjurmarg, services on all six lines (slow, fast, 5th&6th lines) have been stopped. Our team is assessing the situation for resuming the services as early as possible. Services are running between Thane-Kasara/Karjat.
Mumbai rainfall right now, Intense spell is going on for last 2 hrs.— K S Hosalikar (@Hosalikar_KS) September 4, 2019
Rainfall warnings for Mumbai, Thane, Palghar and Raigad are RED coded.
Isolated extremely heavy rainfall , more than 20 CM is expected in these areas in next 24 hours. TC@MCGM_BMC @MumbaiPolice @CPMumbaiPolice pic.twitter.com/20ka3UW559
Up and Down fast line services held up due to waterlogging between Sion and Matunga. Our team assessed on the spot as the water level is above track level. Kindly bear with us.
According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) Mumbai, Santacruz observatory has recorded rainfall off 118.3mm whereas Colaba has recorded 122mm. Many other places like Thane, Navi Mumbai and Palghar has recorded more than 100mm rainfall reading in past 12 hours until 8.30 am on Wednesday. Along with heavy rainfall recordings, warnings issued for Mumbai Coast continue for the citizens.
According to recent reports, people are being evacuated around Mithi River and Bamandaya Pada before the expected high tide at 3 pm today due to heavy rainfall in the city.
According to Central Railway's official account, all slow lines and Dn fast line are functional
Suburban update 11.30 am— Central Railway (@Central_Railway) September 4, 2019
All slow lines and Dn fast line are functional. Trains delayed by 10-15 minutes. Our team constantly monitoring water level to run services smoothly.@RidlrMUM @m_indicator @mumbairailusers
Mumbai Rains: 121 mm rainfall recorded in Santacruz in just about three hours
As heavy rains continue to lash Mumbai, BKC area begins to waterlog
High tide during the afternoon around 3 pm may increase water logging in parts of Mumbai
High tide during afternoon around 3 pm may increase water logging in parts of Mumbai. Avoid going out, if its not very necessary.#Mumbai #MumbaiRains #MumbaiRain #MumbaiRainsLive #MumbaiRainsLiveUpdates #mumbairainliveupdates https://t.co/y5mIKZcilY
— SkymetWeather (@SkymetWeather) September 4, 2019
Andheri subway has also been closed due to major waterlogging after heavy rainfall lashed the city on Wednesday.
Due to heavy rainfall in the city, the JVLR route has witnessed major flooding and commuters are advised to avoid this route.
JVLR is flooded. Please avoid taking this route.— mid-day (@mid_day) September 4, 2019
Share pictures & videos of water logging in your area with the hashtag #MumbaiRainsWithMidday & help others to stay updated on the water logging situation in the city.
For LIVE Updates: https://t.co/Y5gUQMNnTm
Recent reports revealed, all the arterial roads leading to Virar station are waterlogged almost upto waist-level as due to heavy rainfall in the city
Mumbai Rains: Overnight rains have resulted in water-logging and traffic disruption in some parts of the city such as Sion, Parel, Dadar, and Byculla
Overnight rains have resulted in water-logging and traffic disruption in some parts of the city such as Sion, Parel, Dadar, and Byculla#MumbaiRain #MumbaiRainsLive #MumbaiWeather #MumbaiSaga https://t.co/iu4qHo4eKN— SkymetWeather (@SkymetWeather) September 4, 2019
As a precautionary measure in wake of IMD’s warning of heavy rainfall, the schools shall remain closed today. The principals of the schools where students are already in are requested to take all precautions and ensure that the children are sent back home safely.
According to the private weather forecast, Skymet, Mumbai again witnesses three-digit rainfall to the tune of 103 mm in a span of 21 hours
#Mumbai #rains have returned with a bang and once again three-digit rainfall to the tune of 103 mm has been recorded in a span of 21 hours#MumbaiRain #MumbaiWeather #MumbaiSaga #GaneshChaturthi2019 #monsoon #weather https://t.co/iu4qHo4eKN— SkymetWeather (@SkymetWeather) September 4, 2019
BMC issued a heavy rainfall warning in the city on the social media platform, Twitter
Heavy rainfall warning in the city by IMD. We request Mumbaikars to avoid venturing near the sea or walking in water logged areas. For any assistance do call 1916. Take care Mumbai. #weatherupdate #MCGMUpdate #MumbaiRain #MumbaiRainsLiveUpdates— à¤®à¤¾à¤à¥ Mumbai, à¤à¤ªà¤²à¥ BMC (@mybmc) September 4, 2019
Sion area gets water-logged following rainfall in the city
Santa Cruz in Mumbai has recorded 106 mm of rainfall in the last 21 hours from 5.30 am yesterday. Rainfall activity has been persistent since yesterday with rains increasing after the night
In the last 21 hours from 5.30 am yesterday, Santa Cruz in Mumbai has recorded 106 mm of rainfall. #MumbaiRains #Mumbai #MumbaiRainsLive #MumbaiRain #MumbaiTraffic #GaneshChaturthi https://t.co/zAvWVHU8qc— SkymetWeather (@SkymetWeather) September 3, 2019
Mumbai Police on Twitter issued a heavy rainfall warning for the citizens
Dear Mumbaikars,— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) September 3, 2019
The IMD authorities have indicated high rainfall weather for Mumbai and other adjoining districts for the next 2 days.
Please take adequate precautions and ensure safety.#Dial100 in case of an emergency.
Take care Mumbai.
Hours of incessant rainfall in Mumbai and adjoining districts led to water-logging in several parts of the city on Wednesday. Water-logging occurred in the areas near King Circle railway station and Gandhi market
Maharashtra: Water-logging in parts of Mumbai due to rainfall in the city. pic.twitter.com/okSCnXKSde— ANI (@ANI) September 3, 2019