PM Narendra Modi spoke to Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray regarding the situation prevailing in Mumbai and surrounding areas due to heavy rainfall. PM assured Maharashtra CM of all possible support.
Waterlogging at Girgaon Chowpatty near Wilson College in South Mumbai.
The continuous downpour of heavy rainfall in Mumbai and its surrounding areas brought up fears of the 2005 floods that had submerged large parts of the city nearly 15 years ago. As torrential rains continue to lash several parts of the city, citizens took to Twitter to share pictures, videos of rains with #MumbaiRains, and #MumbaiRainsWithMidday trending on the micro-blogging site. Read the full story here
22 people have been rescued so far, the National Disaster Response Force said.
Two local trains were stuck between Masjid and Byculla railway stations due to water-logging on tracks. Nearly 150 passengers from one local from CST to Karjat were rescued by the railway staff. Another local from Karjat to CST was stuck 60 meters away from Masjid station, NDRF officials said.
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Stating that Mumbai is expected to receive heavy rain at isolated places tomorrow as well, Mumbai police tells citizens to Dial 100 in case of any emergency.
Mumbai is expected to receive heavy rain at isolated places tomorrow as well.— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) August 5, 2020
We urge all to not step out unless necessary and stay away from water bodies & water logged areas.
Citizens are requested to take all precautions & #Dial100 in case of an emergency.
Mumbai police urges citizens from South Mumbai travelling towards Thane or Navi Mumbai to avoid using the Freeway and JJ Flyover route via Dadar-Sion.
Citizens from South Mumbai travelling towards Thane or Navi Mumbai are requested to avoid using the Freeway. It is also advised to avoid using JJ Flyover route via Dadar-Sion.— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) August 5, 2020
Citizens can take the ‘Marine Drive - Peddar Road - Worli Sea Link- BKC Connector Route’ instead.
The BEST bus operations have been diverted/curtailed/suspended due to heavy rains and water logging.
Winds of 60-70 km per hour have been reported over Colaba. But the wind speed there increased to 107 km per hour around 5 pm, IMD said.
Wind speed of 60-70 km/ph & up to 107 km/ph reported in Mumbai today. Extremely heavy rainfall & strong winds likely to continue tonight & reduce from tomorrow: India Meteorological Department (IMD) #Maharashtra https://t.co/Sbk7ut9Igc pic.twitter.com/vjs9jJd3HT— ANI (@ANI) August 5, 2020
Tree falls on Palm Beach Road in Navi Mumbai due to heavy downpour accompanied with gusty winds.
Tree collapse on Palm Beach Road in Navi Mumbai due to heavy downpour accompanied with gusty winds— Mid Day (@mid_day) August 5, 2020
Video: mid-day reader
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NDRF personnel carried out rescue operations in the flood-affected areas of Valsad, earlier today.
Gujarat: National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) personnel carried out rescue operations in the flood-affected areas of Valsad, earlier today.— ANI (@ANI) August 5, 2020
India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted rainfall in Gujarat till 6th August. pic.twitter.com/QOxZ4Dz96r
It was a close shave for a driver of a dumper truck after a tree collapsed on the vehicle in Ghatkopar. Incidents of tree collapse have been reported from few areas of Mumbai due to continuous heavy downpour.
Pic: Nandish Thaker
Heavy downpour in Mumbai continues for second consecutive day. Intense to very intense spell of rainfall is forecasted over the city during the next few hours, according to IMD.
Waterlogging in JJ Hospital. A view of the OPD section in the hospital in South Mumbai— Mid Day (@mid_day) August 5, 2020
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Incessant downpour and high-velocity winds in Mumbai toppled the signage on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) building on Dalal Street. BSE CEO Ashish Chauhan in a tweet said the exchange has sought help from the fire brigade to ensure the signage does not fall to the ground.
The signage on top of the BSE building toppled due to very heavy wind and incessant rain today. We are seeking the help of fire brigade to ensure that the signage doesn’t fall to the ground and injure any one or create property damage for any one. Please bear with us. pic.twitter.com/DCN83LPn0u— Ashish Chauhan (@ashishchauhan) August 5, 2020
15 teams of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) are being deployed in Maharashtra in wake of rainfall - 4 teams (2 enroute) in Kolhapur, 2 teams in Sangli, 5 teams (2 enroute) in Mumbai and one each in Satara, Thane, Palghar and Nagpur.
As per latest satellite image, dense clods r observed over west coast with maximum over North Konkan including Mumbai & around— K S Hosalikar (@Hosalikar_KS) August 5, 2020
Intense Spells of rains are very likely to continue in North Konkan region including Mumbai, Thane, Raigad & Palghar. RED ALERT IS ON for these districts pic.twitter.com/4lkTeL7S5v
The Western Railway announced that due to heavy rainfall in Mumbai, all local train services between Churchgate and Mumbai Central stations have been temporarily suspended till further orders.
@Gmwrly @WesternRly Due to heavy rainfall, all local train services have been temporarily suspended till further orders between Churchgate and Mumbai Central stations. Inconvenience caused to passengers is deeply regretted.— DRM WR MumbaiCentral (@drmbct) August 5, 2020
IMD’s Colaba observatory recorded 229.6 mm rainfall in the last 9 hours.
5th Aug— K S Hosalikar (@Hosalikar_KS) August 5, 2020
Colaba Observatory recorded 229.6 mm rainfall in last 9 hrs. Intense rains going on. So it will be interesting to see the total rainfall figure (24 hrs) tomorrow morning at 8.30 am
Following table is rainfall recorded at Colaba in 24 hrs earlier pic.twitter.com/ajZPP1bK6C
Mumbai police also requested people to stay indoors and not venture out unless extremely essential.
We request Mumbaikars to stay indoors and not venture out unless it’s extremely essential. Practice all necessary precautions and do not venture out near the shore or water logged areas. Please #Dial100 in any emergency. Take care & stay safe Mumbai #MumbaiRains— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) August 5, 2020
Two local trains are stuck between Masjid and Bhaykhala station in Mumbai due to water on tracks. 150 passengers from first local going from CST to Karjat have been rescued by Railway staff. About 100-120 still inside, NDRF said in a statement.
Another local which is coming from Karjat to CST is stuck at about 60 mtrs from Masjid station which may have 50-60 passengers. Water is about 2.5 to 3 feet deep. One team of NDRF from Andheri has moved for the spot.
Rainwater seeps inside hockey player Yuvraj Walmiki's house as he asks for assistance from BMC.
Tree burns due to spark in overhead wires over rail tracks amid heavy rains in Mumbai.
In wake of the heavy downpour, Brihanmumbai municipal corporation (BMC) opened temporary shelters at municipal schools between CST and Kurla.
Extremely heavy winds and torrential rains caused damage to DY Patil Stadium in Nerul
DY Patil Stadium in Nerul
A crane collapsed on jetty. Pic/Navi Mumbai Police
Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray reviewed the situation and instructed the officials to be alert and prepared.
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Mumbai’s Colaba received 22.9 cm rainfall, while Santacruz received 8.8 cm rain between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm.
Mumbai's Colaba received 22.9 cm rainfall while Santacruz received 8.8 cm rain between 8:30 am & 5:30 pm. Presently strong winds with speed reaching 70 Kmph along the coast are prevailing and likely to continue during next 3-4 hours: India Meteorological Department (IMD)— ANI (@ANI) August 5, 2020
India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy rainfall in the city till August 6.
#WATCH Maharashtra: Strong winds accompanied with heavy rainfall hit Mumbai. Visuals from Mahalakshmi Race Course area.— ANI (@ANI) August 5, 2020
India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy rainfall in the city till 6th August. pic.twitter.com/8VTwvEbgBJ
Maharashtra cabinet minister Aaditya Thackeray requested people to remain indoors as heavy rains lashed Mumbai.
Requesting all to remain indoors. Mumbai is lashed with high velocity winds and extremely heavy rain as we all can witness. I request all, especially journalists trying to cover this to remain safe. Stay put wherever you are— Aaditya Thackeray (@AUThackeray) August 5, 2020
A five-year-old girl was rescued after she was left clinging to a tree for over four hours during a flash flood due to heavy rains in Dahanu taluka of Palghar district on Wednesday, an official said.
The girl's house in Shenshai got flooded, prompting her family to walk to a safer place in the early hours of Wednesday, the district official said. While crossing a bridge along the way, the girl got separated from her parents due to the strong water current and climbed a tree, he said.
The girl remained clinging to a tree branch for over four hours, before being rescued by villagers at around 6 am. The child was rushed to a hospital, where she is presently undergoing treatment, he added. Read More Here.
Shivaji M Sutar, chief public relations officer, Central Railway said that due to heavy rainfall and water logging at Masjid-Sandhurst Road section, Harbour line trains between CSMT-Wadala stations have been suspended from 15.35 hrs onwards.
Due to heavy rain, Main line services between CSMT-Kurla stations @Central_Railway have been suspended from 16.00hrs— Shivaji M Sutar (@ShivajiIRTS) August 5, 2020
Kolhapur district collector asked people residing near Panchganga river to move to safer places as Rajaram dam could possibly cross warning level by Wednesday night.
Water level of Rajaram dam likely to cross the warning level of 39 feet tonight itself due to continuous rain. People residing on the bank of Panchganga river advised to shift to safe places immediately in Kolhapur: Daulat Desai, Kolhapur District Collector #Maharashtra— ANI (@ANI) August 5, 2020
The district administration has asked people residing near rivers in Sangli to stay alert as heavy rains cause water levels to rise.
People residing on the bank of rivers in Sangli should stay on alert as the water level is increasing due to continuous rain in the area. For any emergency, people are advised to call on 0233-2301820/2302925 for further information: District administration, Sangli #Maharashtra— ANI (@ANI) August 5, 2020
Heavy rains continue to lash Mumbai, with instances of waterlogging reported from several low-lying areas in the city. Pictures from Hindmata Junction in Dadar
Maharashtra: Heavy rainfall results in waterlogging near Hindmata area in Mumbai. pic.twitter.com/2wyys4cAx4— ANI (@ANI) August 5, 2020
India Meteorological Department has issued flash flood guidance for various areas. “High risk over some parts, including Maharashtra,” said Central Water Commission Official Flood Forecast.
India Meteorological Department has issued flash flood guidance for various areas. High risk over some parts of Gujarat, Goa, Madhya Maharashtra and coastal Karnataka sub-division: Central Water Commission Official Flood Forecast pic.twitter.com/UfrraU9Aj4— ANI (@ANI) August 5, 2020
Intense spells of rains lashed parts of Mumbai. Here are the visuals from Churchgate.
Hosalikar tweeted that Mumbai has already recorded 100 mm rainfall in last 6 hours and there is a possibility of floods in city and suburbs.
Very intense development seen over west coast with monsoon vigarous on North Konkan; Mumbai, Thane, Raigad & Palghar. Ghat areas of Maharashtra also to recv Extremely heavy RF next 24 hrs.— K S Hosalikar (@Hosalikar_KS) August 5, 2020
Mumbai already recorded RF 100 mm in last 6 hrs.
Possibilities of floods in city & Suburbs. pic.twitter.com/Xpd7QOm1sp
Hosalikar said rains going to continue with moderate to heavy spells across Mumbai, Palghar, Thane and Raigad. A red alert has also been issued.
Mumbai, Thane, NM rainfall in last 6 hrs since morning indicate at isolated places the recorded values are between 70-100 mm and other places its 40+.— K S Hosalikar (@Hosalikar_KS) August 5, 2020
Rains going to continue with mod to heavy spells across.
Mumbai, Palghar, Thane and Raigad are issued with Red Alert for RF
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IMD’s KS Hosalikar tweeted that right now monsoon is very active over Maharashtra.
Status of seasonal rainfall in Maharashtra at District level on 5th Aug 2020. Marathwada region continues to look good in Monsoon 2020.— K S Hosalikar (@Hosalikar_KS) August 5, 2020
Right now monsoon is very active over state and hence the status is very dynamic. pic.twitter.com/VHFUUUy3Y5
Several low-lying areas of Thane and Palghar districts were inundated as heavy rains continued to lash the regions since Tuesday night, a district official said on Wednesday. Teams of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) have been stationed to deal with any eventualities, NDRF commandant Rajendra Patil said.
Central Railway's chief spokesperson Shivaji Sutar said suburban services, from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus to Kasara (Thane), Khopoli (Raigad), Panvel (Navi Mumbai) and Goregaon, were running despite the heavy showers. Both the Central Railway and Western Railway are operating nearly 350 special train services each daily for those working in essential and emergency services.
Mumbai rains: Police commissioner of Mumbai, Param Bir Singh, asked people to take precautions.
Train movement on the Western Railway route in Palghar was affected due to heavy rain in the morning. There was "minor disruption" at Palghar from 5.40 am to 7.10 am due to 266 mm rain in two hours and a few trains were regulated enroute, Western Railway's chief spokesperson Sumit Thakur said.
Heavy rains lashed Palghar district since early Wednesday, leading to water logging in several key roads. Power supply was also hit in many areas. As per the district administration, Dahanu taluka has so far received the maximum rainfall of 465 mm.
According to private weather agency Skymet, Mumbai has already recorded 61 per cent of its monthly rainfall in the first five days of August. Mumbai has received a cumulative rainfall of around 357 mm against the monthly average of 585.2 mm. Read More Here.
Widespread rainfall with scattered heavy to very heavy falls and isolated extremely heavy falls most likely to continue over Konkan and Goa (including Mumbai) till August 6 and over Madhya Maharashtra (ghat areas) till August 5 and reduce thereafter, says IMD Mumbai.
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Water-logging reported at Hindmata, Ghandhi Market (Sion), Chembur station, Milan subway, Andheri subway and Dahisar subway. BMC officials stated that since the intensity of rain in Mumbai has reduced, water is receding from the flooding areas.
The weather station at Dahanu in Palghar recorded 364 mm rainfall in the 12-hour period ending at 5.30 am on Wednesday, IMD Mumbai centre's deputy director general K S Hosalikar said. Besides, the weather station at Bhayander in Thane recorded 169 mm rainfall, while the one at Mira Road reported 159 mm during the same period, he added.
Konkan ; very heavy to very heavy with isolated extremely heavy rains possible in next 24 Hrs. North Konkan the impact could be more, Thane Mumbai, Palghar.— K S Hosalikar (@Hosalikar_KS) August 5, 2020
Parts of S Madhya Mah and adjoining Marathwada region likely to get very heavy falls, along with intense spells.
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Heavy to very heavy rainfall very likely to occur in Mumbai and suburban areas with a possibility of extremely heavy rainfall at isolated places. A high tide of 4.41 metre is likely at the Mumbai coast at 1:19 pm.
Indian Meteorological Department’s (IMD) Deputy Director of Meteorology KS Hosalikar tweeted that latest satellite image indicating intense clouding over west coast, Konkan including Mumbai, Thane and Palghar.
5 Aug— K S Hosalikar (@Hosalikar_KS) August 5, 2020
Latest satellite image indicating intense clouding over west coast, Konkan including Mumbai, Thane, Palghar
Another extremely heavy rains possibilities in North Konkan in 24 hrs. Dahanu reported more than 364 mm in morning
Hvy RF warnings on west coast for 24 hrs
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Heavy rains in Mumbai for over 24 hours disrupted normal life in the city and caused flooding in several low-lying areas.
Normal life disrupted in Mumbai as heavy rainfall triggers water logging at various places in the city.— ANI (@ANI) August 5, 2020
IMD, Mumbai has predicted heavy downpour for today.
Visuals from Sion King Circle #Maharashtra pic.twitter.com/yq45ytPqEy
Heavy to very heavy falls were seen at isolated places in Mumbai, Thane, NM. A greater impact was on western suburbs with rainfall of more than 150 mm. Radar shows intense clouds over Mumbai and more rains likely today.
Mumbai rains in last 12 hrs.— K S Hosalikar (@Hosalikar_KS) August 5, 2020
Heavy to very heavy falls at isolated places in Mumbai, Thane, NM. More impact was on western suburbs with rainfall more than 150 mm
Radar showing intense clouds around Mumbai now.
One more intense rain day likely today.
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