Heavy rains bring Mumbai to a standstill, waterlogging in several parts

Updated: 23 September, 2020 18:15 IST
  • Heavy downpour led to waterlogging in several areas of Mumbai and suburbs

    In picture: Water logging on railway tracks between Kurla and Sion. Pic/ Pradeep Dhivar

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  • During the last 24 hours, Santacruz observatory of Mumbai recorded 286.4 mm rain and Colaba recorded 148 mm of rain until 8:30 am on Wednesday

    Water Logging on LBS road between Kurla and Sion. Pic/ Sayyed Sameer Abedi

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  • The monthly average rainfall in Mumbai for the month of September is 341.4 mm. This month, Mumbai has recorded more than 400 mm of rain till September 23, thus surpassing the month's average downpour.

    In picture: People flush out water from a eatery in LBS Marg. Pic/Sayyed Sameer Abedi

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  • In picture: Vehicles wade through flooded street in LBS Marg. Pic/Sayyed Sameer Abedi

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  • In picture: Water logging on the railway tracks. Train services got disrupted on Central route due to flooding on tracks at few places. Pic/ Pradeep Dhivar

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  • In picture: Water logging between Kurla and Sion railway stations. Pic/ Pradeep Dhivar

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  • A flooded street at Worli BDD Chawl wears a deserted look. Pic/ Atul Kamble

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  • Many low-lying areas, including King's Circle got flooded due to heavy rainfall on Tuesday night. Pic/ Pradeep Dhivar

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  • A man helps a cab driver move his cab on a flooded street at King's Circle near Matunga. Pic/ Pradeep Dhivar

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  • Vehicles wade through a waterlogged street in Wadala. Pic/ Atul Kamble

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  • Weather agencies have said that the next 24 hours are crucial and advised Mumbaikars to remain indoors until tomorrow morning

    In picture: Waterlogging in Sion. Pic/ Atul Kamble

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  • Flooding in Sion as heavy rains lashed Mumbai on Tuesday night Pic/ Atul Kamble

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  • Commuters wait for public transport at Sion Circle bus stop. Pic/ Atul Kamble

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  • Another shot of the crowd waiting at Sion Circle bus stop for public transport. Pic/ Atul Kamble

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  • A BEST bus arrives at Sion Circle bus stop. Pic/ Atul Kamble

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  • The heavy rains on Tuesday took Mumbaikars by surprise. A milkman walks through the waterlogged LBS road between Kurla and Ghatkopar as Pic/Sayyed Sameer Abedi

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  • A man armed with a face mask and an umbrella wades through a waterlogged street in South Mumbai amid heavy rainfall. Pic/Bipin Kokate

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  • In picture: People walk on the divider to avoid wading through the waterlogged streets of Null Bazaar in South Mumbai. Pic/Bipin Kokate

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  • Waterlogging at Mumbai Central junction due to heavy rains. Pic/Bipin Kokate

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Heavy downpour on Tuesday night led to waterlogging in several areas of Mumbai as train services on Central Railway got disrupted on Wednesday morning. Weather agencies have advised Mumbaikars to stay indoors as more heavy rains are expected in the next 24 hours. All photos: mid-day photo team

First Published: 23 September, 2020 11:54 IST