Mumbai Rains 2020: Heavy winds, showers bring down city temperature

Updated: Jul 29, 2020, 08:48 | Sherlin Rajan
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    Heavy rains have been lashing Mumbai for the past three days, causing inundation in low-lying areas. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that the rains will continue in Mumbai, Thane, Palghar and surrounding areas for the next 48 hours

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    The persistent showers with cool breeze have brought down the city temperature, making the weather pleasant for people to enjoy with their loved ones.

    In picture: People take a stroll in the rain while running their errands in Kandivali East.

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    A motorist smiles and waves at the camera while riding a two-wheeler in Wadala amid heavy showers.

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    A youngster feed bread to ducks at Banganga Tank near Walkeshwar.

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    A motorist splashes water while riding his bike through a water-logged road.

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    A woman takes a look at rakhis ahead of Raksha Bandhan amid the heavy rains in Kurla West.

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    People click pictures and selfies near Marine Drive and enjoy the cloudy weather. 

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    A fisherman sits near the seashore in Bandra as a huge wave hits the shore.

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    Women buy corn, a seasonal crop that is consumed during the monsoon, in Kurla West.

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    People are seen taking a stroll and enjoy the pleasant weather at Versova beach. 

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    People watch the sunset and enjoy the view of the city's skyline amid dark clouds hovering over them in Malabar Hill.

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    Civic workers sanitise the iron railings as water gushes through the steps of Banganga Tank at Walkeshwar.

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    Amid heavy showers, a man, taking shelter under an umbrella, cleans his truck in Bhayander.

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    To avoid getting wet, a man takes shelter in a pipe lying on the roadside in Mira Road.

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    A man walks past a warli mural of the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Walkeshwar. 

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    Two motorists enjoy a ride through a waterlogged road.

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    Roadside barbers patiently wait for customers while taking the necessary precautions as per the COVID-19 protocol amid heavy rains. 

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    A woman wades through a waterlogged road in Dadar.

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    Dark clouds hover over the skyline covering the highrises in Bandra.

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Heavy rains have been lashing Mumbai for past three days with instances of water-logging and traffic diversion in low-lying areas. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that the rains will continue in Mumbai, Thane, Palghar and surrounding areas for the next 48 hours. The Santacruz observatory has recorded 28.6 mm rains in the past 24 hours, while the Colaba observatory recorded 57.2mm rains. The persistent showers along with cool breeze have brought the city temperatures down, making the weather pleasant.