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Mumbai Rains Highlights: IMD predicts heavy to very heavy rainfall in next 24 hours

Mumbai Rains Highlights: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has been attributed the heavy downpour to the cyclonic circulation persisting over south Gujarat and Maharashtra.

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Mumbai Weather: The heavy downpour has been attributed to the cyclonic circulation persisting over south Gujarat and Maharashtra. (Express photo)

Mumbai Rains Highlights: India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall in Mumbai in the next 24 hours. The city on Monday received heavy rainfall in the morning resulting in traffic jams across the city and suburbs while flight operations came to a brief halt at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport. The services were stopped at 9.12 am and later resumed at 9.31 am.

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The rainfall continued in various places of Maharashtra, including Mumbai, causing hindrance in the movement of pedestrians and vehicles through water-logged roads. The IMD has also predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall in Konkan, Goa and north Madhya Maharashtra regions, including Mumbai, throughout the week. The heavy downpour has been attributed to the cyclonic circulation persisting over south Gujarat and Maharashtra.

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“Along with the cyclonic circulation, there is plenty of moisture that is getting pumped-in from the Arabian Sea. Collectively, this is causing heavy to very heavy rainfall over the region. This will continue over Konkan and Goa, north Madhya Maharashtra till July 11,” said Anupam Kashypai, head, weather department, IMD, Pune.

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Mumbai rains Highlights: Traffic snarls have been reported across the city, heavy rainfall predicted for the next 24 hours. Read highlights here.

Three arrivals and eight departures cancelled: MIAL

Three arrivals and eight departures have been cancelled: MIAL

IMD predicts heavy to very heavy rainfall in next 24 hours

IMD has predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall in next 24 hours. The weathermen have hence requested the Mumbai residents to take necessary precautions and ensure safety.

Rain, thundershowers to hit parts of Maharashtra in next 2-4 hours

Light to moderate rain and thundershowers with gusty winds likely over Akola, Amravati, Bhandara, Chandrapur, Gadchiroli, Gondiya, Nagpur, Nanded, Wardha, Washim and Yavatmal during next two-four hours, predicts Skymet.

Train movement affected on Mumbai-Pune line

Mobement of trains on Mumbai-Pune line on Central Railway route has been affected after a boulder fell on the down line between Thakurwadi-Monkey Hill around 3 pm. Down line and middle line affected, reported ANI.

Andheri gets highest amount of rainfall

Due to active monsoon conditions, entire Konkan coast is experiencing an intense spell of rainfall. Monsoon remained widespread vigorous over the entire North Konkan belt, including Mumbai with heavy to very rainfall over most places. (IMD)

Vehicles, pedestrians wade through water-logged roads in Navi Mumbai

Navi Mumbai flooded. Vehicles and pedestrians wade through water-logged roads after heavy rainfall.

Santa Cruz in Mumbai has recorded 122 mm of rains in 6 hours, says SkyMet

Santa Cruz in Mumbai recorded 122 mm rainfall in six  hours while  Pune received 13 mm of shower.

Rains to continue in Konkan: Skymet

Moderate showers with heavy spells in between will continue in Konkan and Goa for at least next two to three days. Thereafter, rain will cease over the region.

Regional forecast of rainfall for next five days in Maharashtra

Regional forecast of rainfall for next five days in Maharashtra

One injured after wall of Paper Box Industrial Estate collapses

One person injured after wall of Paper Box Industrial Estate, MIDC Andheri collapsed earlier today.

Indigo Airlines requests all passengers to check for delays in flights

Indigo Airlines has requested to all passengers to check for delays in flights due to heavy rains in Mumbai.

Mumbai weather: IMD's district-wise forecast for the week

IMD prediction for July 9 and 10

Heavy to very Heavy rainfall likely to occur at a few places in the districts of Raigad, Thane, Palghar & Mumbai on July 9, and heavy rainfall likely to occur at isolated places in the districts of Raigad, Thane, Palghar and Mumbai on July 10, the India Meteorological Department's (IMD) said.

(Express photo: Nirmal Harindran)

Weather update: Heavy rainfall likely to lash city in next two hours

Intense spells of rainfall at isolated places likely to occur in Mumbai city and suburbs during the next two hours, IMD Mumbai predicts.

Mumbai: Diversion/Cancellation of routes

IMD forecast update

According to the latest IMD forecast, intermittent rain is expected to continue with heavy to very heavy rainfall at isolated places across Mumbai city and its suburb area.

Flight operations resume at Mumbai airport

Operations at the Mumbai airport were suspended briefly on Monday morning due to heavy rains, which also forced the aerodrome operator to divert some flights to the nearby airports.  Several flights were delayed, however, no flights were cancelled.

Runway operation were suspended at 9.12 am and later resumed at 9.31 am. 

Mumbai rains: Traffic on Gandhi market, Sion Road No. 24 diverted

Traffic was affected following water logging in several part of city due to heavy rainfall, causing inconvenience to citizen on the first working day of the week.

On Monday morning, water logging at Sion Road No. 24 and Gandhi Market in Matunga forced diversion of BEST buses, in Juhu, Amboli, Pant Nagar in Ghatkopar. Part of Powai, part of LBS at Kurla and Ghatkopar were also flooded due to which traffic was moving with slow pace.

According to the commuters, there was low visibility on both highways--Western Express Highway and Eastern Express Highway--which also added traffic snarls. According to BMC, between 8am to 9am, areas like Worli received 41mm of rain, Dadar 38mm, Kurla 14mm and Bandra recorded as much 19mm of rain. There is also a high tide of upto 4.39 meters at 4.31pm. (ENS)

Mumbai: Water logging and traffic jam in parts of city

Water logging and traffic jam reported in parts of the city following heavy rainfall.







(Express photo)

Our teams will try to pump out logged water asap: BMC to Mumbaikars

"We regret all the inconvenience that has showered along. But the intensity is on decline now and our teams will try to pump out logged water as soon as possible".

Mumbai: Water logging reported in parts of city

Water logging reported in part of city

Maharashtra: IMD warns of heavy to very heavy rain this week

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall in Konkan, Goa and north Madhya Maharashtra regions, including Mumbai, this week. Met officials attributed the heavy downpour to the cyclonic circulation persisting over south Gujarat and Maharashtra. READ MORE HERE

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Central Railway locals running normally, no disruption

"Heavy rains at various locations on Mumbai suburban. Central Railway locals are running normal on main line, harbour line, transharbour line and 4th corridor (Kharkopar-Nerul/Belapur). No disruption anywhere," the Central Railway tweeted.

Mumbai: Rainfall details from 0800 to 0900 hrs

CT : Worli Fire Station-41mm, Dadar-38,SWD workshop-37,F/S-35, Wadala, F/N-32, Malbaar Hill-31.
ES : Kurla-14mm, Chembur-12.
WS : Bandra-19mm, H/W-14, Vileparle-10.

Railway Traffic: Normal
Central – Normal
Harbour – Normal
Western – Normal

BEST Diversion: 1)Gandhi Market Traffic diverted via Bhau Daji Road.

2) Sion Road no- 24 Traffic diverted via road no. 3

No flight cancelled, visibility changing every minute: Airport official

"Due to heavy rains, the visibility is changing every minute. Since 9:15 am, the visibility at the airport is fluctuating. There is a delay due to weather. No cancellation as of now but 3 diversions took place till now," a MIAL official was quoted saying by news agency ANI.

Mumbai: Airport shut, traffic jams across city

Mumbai received heavy rainfall this morning resulting in traffic jams across the city and suburbs while flight operations came to a halt at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport. 

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Delhi recorded a minimum temperature of 26.5 degrees Celsius, a notch below the season's average. (File photo)

Weather Forecast Today LIVE: The heavy downpour has been attributed to the cyclonic circulation persisting over south Gujarat and Maharashtra. (Express photo: Nirmal Harindran)Meanwhile, a cloudy sky and light rains kept the mercury in check in the national capital on Sunday, with the maximum temperature settling at 37 degrees Celsius, the Meteorological Department said.

Delhi recorded a minimum temperature of 26.5 degrees Celsius, a notch below the season's average.

Several parts of Uttar Pradesh including the state capital Lucknow received rains on Sunday, the Meteorological (MeT) department said. Lucknow recorded 49.2 mm rainfall and a high of 34.3 degrees Celsius, one degree below the normal, according to the MeT department.

Other parts of the state which received rains on Sunday are Varanasi (36.2 mm), Allahabad (37.2 mm), Ballia (20.2 mm), Kanpur (41.2 mm), Moradabad (9.8 mm), Banda (30.6 mm) and Najibabad (5.2 mm). Rain/ thundershowers are very likely at most places in the state on July 8, 9 and 10. the MeT department said.