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Mumbai rains: Maximum city sees season’s heaviest rainfall

Western Railway trains have been delayed and AC train services have been suspended Tuesday. The weather department has predicted that the city is likely to receive heavy rainfall in isolated parts of the city on Tuesday and at few places till Thursday.

Heavy rains continue to lash Mumbai

Incessant rains over the last week have flooded Mumbai with the IMD issuing warning of heavy rainfall over the Konkan region and Goa. (Express Photo by Ganesh Shirsekar)

Area near the Nallasopara East station was also waterlogged on Wednesday. (Express photo by Prashant Nadkar)

A truck ferries stranded commuters through a flooded road near Evershine City in Vasai West. Even as rainfall subsided Tuesday night, a high tide on Wednesday did not let the water levels go down. (Express photo by Prashant Nadkar)

Railway tracks at Nallasopara station remained submerged on Wednesday. (Express photo by Prashant Nadkar)

People enjoying heavy showers at the Worli seaface in Mumbai on Wednesday. (Source: PTI)

Owing to incessant rainfall, salt pans in Village Manickpur, Vasai, Dist-Palghar were flooded and more than 400 workers with families were stranded. (Express Photo)

Railway services were disrupted due to heavy rains as several passenger trains had to divert routes while many others were rescheduled or cancelled. (Express Photo by Nirmal Harindran)

Maharashtra Education Minister Vinod Tawde in a statement asked schools to remain shut on Tuesday. (Source: PTI)

Heavy rains continue to lash Mumbai

There was heavy water-logging in the central areas of Kurla, Sion and Dadar. Mira Road (in adjoining Thane district) along with Nallasopara and Vasai (in Palghar district) were largely affected due to the heavy showers. (Photo by special arrangement)

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Mumbai Dabbawallas will not deliver dabbas due to heavy rains on Tuesday. (Source: PTI)

Heavy rains continue to lash Mumbai

The weather department has predicted that the city is likely to receive heavy rainfall in isolated parts of the city on Tuesday and at few places till Thursday. (Express Photo by Ganesh Shirsekar)

People push a public bus after it gets stuck on a water-logged street after heavy rainfall at Parel in Mumbai. (Source: PTI)

Heavy rains continue to lash Mumbai

Due to waterlogging, around 300 people were stuck at their homes in Vasai town of the adjoining Palghar district on Monday. (Express photo by Deepak Joshi)

Heavy rains continue to lash Mumbai

Maharashtra Education Minister Vinod Tawde declared a holiday for schools and colleges in Mumbai on Monday. (Express Photo by Amit Chakravarty)

Heavy rains continue to lash Mumbai

The rainfall, the highest of the season so far in a day, led to traffic jams as many roads and streets in Mumbai were flooded and people were seen wading through knee-deep water on Monday. (Express photo by Santosh Parab)

Heavy rains continue to lash Mumbai

A flooded railway station. (Express Photo by Deepak Joshi)

Heavy rains continue to lash Mumbai

In Bhiwandi, 26 families were asked to leave their houses after the rocks on the hillock they were living on started coming loose. (Express Photo by Ganesh Shirsekar)

Heavy rains continue to lash Mumbai

Massive road cave-ins and bridge collapses have made Mumbaikars angry but the downpour does not seem to stop as IMD recorded season's highest 24-hour rain on Monday which measured to 170.6 mm. (Express Photo by Amit Chakravarty)