Heavy rain also led to five instances of minor ceiling, wall and slab collapses in various parts of Mumbai.
At least two passenger trains from Valsad to Dahod and Viramgam were also cancelled due to rains.
The worst hit are areas of Palghar, Vasai, Dahanu and Vikramgadh, he said.
Recently-released economic survey forecast GDP growth of 5.4-5.9% in 2014-15.
The weather office has forecast that the sky will remain cloudy in the Tricity over the next few days.
According to the MeT department, the city received 3.4 mm rainfall between 8.30 AM and 5.3O PM on Tuesday.
The catchment areas received heavy rain with the dam levels increasing by 0.77 TMC.
The temperature on Friday morning registered at 24.6 degree Celsius, which was two notches below normal.
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On Tuesday, there were light spells of rain in most parts of the city, with the Met department recording 3 mm rainfall.
The city recorded rainfall of 25.6 mm during the day, which brought down the mercury to a pleasant 27 degrees.
Incidents of slabs fallen, partial building collapses were reported from several areas.
The city has witnessed 50 per cent less rainfall this month so far.
Friday downpour leaves areas in Malad, Andheri subway and Hindmata in Dadar flooded.
Monsoon affected suburban train services on the Central Railway’s Main due to water logging on the tracks.