Mumbai Rains: Students, office-goers brave continuous downpour as dry spell ends

Updated: Jul 11, 2019, 08:39
  • Mumbai Rains: Students, office-goers brave continuous downpour as dry spell ends

    After a dry spell, the city witnessed low to moderate rains as continuous downpour the people in Mumbai were greeted by continuous rain spells. The island city received the major bulk of the rainfall while the eastern suburbs received the least amount of rain. Pic/Suresh Karkera

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  • Mumbai Rains: Students, office-goers brave continuous downpour as dry spell ends

    According to the Indian Meteorological Department, Colaba recorded 60.2 mm of rainfall while Santacruz recorded 21.8 mm. On the other hand, the island city received an average of 46 mm of rainfall with areas like Dadar and Colaba receiving up to 60 mm of rainfall. Pic/Suresh Karkera

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  • Mumbai Rains: Students, office-goers brave continuous downpour as dry spell ends

    In pic: Commuters wait for the bus to arrive at a BEST bus stop opposite Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT), Fort. Pic/Atul Kamble

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  • Mumbai Rains: Students, office-goers brave continuous downpour as dry spell ends

    While areas such as Colaba and Dadar received over 60mm of rainfall, the Western suburbs, on the other hand, received 33 mm while the eastern suburbs received 27 mm of rainfall. Pic/Pradeep Dhivar

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  • Mumbai Rains: Students, office-goers brave continuous downpour as dry spell ends

    Mumbai rains took a break took on Tuesday with light showers recorded at isolated places across the city. While Tuesday saw the sun coming out despite a forecast of heavy to very heavy rainfall, Mumbaikars witnessed continuous downpour of rains throughout the day on Wednesday. Pic/Satej Shinde

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  • Mumbai Rains: Students, office-goers brave continuous downpour as dry spell ends

    In pic: A Mumbai Metro worker goes about performing his duties even with the rains playing a spoilsport at Goregoan link road. Pic/Nimesh Dave

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  • Mumbai Rains: Students, office-goers brave continuous downpour as dry spell ends

    The heavy showers of spell which have been lashing several parts of central India, the western coast and eastern India will take a break after July 15, as per latest reports by weather agency Skymet. Pic/Nimesh Dave

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  • Mumbai Rains: Students, office-goers brave continuous downpour as dry spell ends

    As the per report by Skymet, the country is heading towards the break-monsoon condition. The report revealed that heavy rains will only be confined to the foothills of Himalayas, right from Uttarakhand to northeast India. It will be from July 15 onwards. Pic/Nimesh Dave

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  • Mumbai Rains: Students, office-goers brave continuous downpour as dry spell ends

    In pic: A woman holds her umbrella tight as she wades through heavy rains while looking for a cab on the Western Express Highway in Bandra. Pic/Nimesh Dave

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  • Mumbai Rains: Students, office-goers brave continuous downpour as dry spell ends

    Due to poor road conditions and potholes, the city faced slow to heavy traffic snarls although railway services remained operational without any major disruption. Pic/Nimesh Dave

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  • Mumbai Rains: Students, office-goers brave continuous downpour as dry spell ends

    On Wednesday, the disaster management control room received few rain-related complaints. According to the disaster management officials, in one of the incidents, there was a landslide at around 4:25 pm at Koliwada in Sion, in which a 30-year-old Shailamma Sanmugon Devendra, suffered a leg injury and was taken to Sion Hospital. Pic/Ashish Raje

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  • Mumbai Rains: Students, office-goers brave continuous downpour as dry spell ends

    In another rain-related incident, a tree fell at Maniklal Mehta Marg in Ghatkopar was reported in which a 40-year-old person, identified as Laxmikant Singh suffered minor injuries. He was taken to Hindusabha Hospital where he was treated and discharged. Pic/Ashish Raje

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  • Mumbai Rains: Students, office-goers brave continuous downpour as dry spell ends

    In pic: A mother braves heavy showers of spells as she holds her son in a warm hug while taking him back home after school in Elphinstone. Pic/Ashish Raje

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  • Mumbai Rains: Students, office-goers brave continuous downpour as dry spell ends

    Thanks to the heavy rains that lashed Mumbai in the first week of July, the city now has water stock that will last for at least three and a half months. From the lowest amount of 71,017 million litres recorded at the end of last month, the city's water stock now stands 4.18 lakh million litres.

    In pic: A couple enjoys the heavy showers of monsoon as constant rains on Wednesday left the city high and dry. Pic/Pradeep Dhivar

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  • Mumbai Rains: Students, office-goers brave continuous downpour as dry spell ends

    In pic: A pillion rider on a bike tries to save himself from heavy rains with the help of a broken umbrella as the rider dodges waterfall from the flyover above in Elphinstone. Pic/Ashish Raje

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On Wednesday, the city witnessed moderate rainfall as rains made a reappearance in several parts of the Island city. Although the continuous downpour did not affect the functioning of the railways or caused major traffic problems, office-goers and parents of school-going students were seen braving the rains which kept playing hide and seek throughout the day. Here's how Mumbai braved the rains yesterday. See Pictures. (All Pictures Courtesy/Mid-day photographers)

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