Mumbai Rains Live Updates: Heavy rains lash Mumbai; train, road traffic hit hard

Mumbai: Streets outside Matunga Police Station water-logged, following heavy rainfall. After months of sunshine and heat, the rains came as a huge sigh of relief. Heavy downpour across the city continued on the third day, with the weather department predicting heavy rains for the next two days. However, the heavy downpour resulted in water logging on the streets causing massive traffic congestion.

According to Skymet, a private weather forecasting agency, Mumbai finally clocked its first spell of three-digit rainfall on Friday to the tune of 235 mm. According to Skymet, a private weather forecasting agency, Mumbai Rains have been very intense since last night. In the past 6 hours, between 11.30 pm last night to 5.30 am today, Mumbai has seen 63 mm of rain.

Here are some Latest Updates on Mumbai Rains:

IMD Alert: Heavy to Heavy Rainfall alert in the next 24 hours in Mumbai.

Intermittent moderate to heavy rain and showers with gusty winds will prevail over Mumbai, Mumbai Suburban, Palghar and Thane between 1200 to 1600 hours, says Skymet Weather.

High tides at Marine Drive.

Maharashtra: Waterlogged streets in Bhiwandi area of Thane after heavy rains lashed the region.

Mumbai: Waterlogged streets in King Circle area.

Mumbai: Heavy traffic jam in Bhakti Park area, Eastern Freeway.

Mumbai: Water logging at Sion Railway Station after rainfall in the region.

Mumbai: Heavy traffic jam in Sion area after rainfall in the region.

Mumbai: Streets outside Matunga Police Station water-logged, following heavy rainfall.

Central Railway CPRO: All lines on Central Railway main line are operational now. However, due to bunching of trains, the bunched locals are being gradually cleared. Please don't panic. Inconvenience is deeply regretted.

India Meteorological Department, Mumbai: Intense spells of rainfall likely to continue in Mumbai, Thane, Raigad and Palghar during the next two hours.

Western Railway: Restoration work on slow lines is in full swing after the material viz bamboos of ongoing construction work fell on Over Head Equipment at Marine Lines, due to heavy winds. Trains on both the fast lines working between Churchgate-Mumbai Central.

Western Railway releases help desk numbers for passenger inquiry, in the light of water-logging at Palghar railway station.

Central Railway CPRO: Due to heavy rains between Kurla and Sion, Up fast line services held up. Suburban services running cautiously on Down fast, Up & Down slow lines. On harbour line at Vadala Road trains running with slow speed.

Western Railway PRO: Due to very heavy rains in Palghar during night, 13 trains have been cancelled, today. After receding of water, train movement at Palghar was started at 8.05 hours at restricted speed of 30 kmph in view of safety.

Western Railway PRO: Due to very heavy rains in Palghar during night, 13 trains have been cancelled, today. After receding of water, train movement at Palghar was started at 8.05 hours at restricted speed of 30 kmph in view of safety.

Mumbai: Streets in Chembur flooded, following heavy rainfall in the state.

Western railway PRO: Due to heavy winds, the material viz bamboos of ongoing construction work fell on Over Head Equipment at Marine Lines due to which trains have been stopped between Churchgate-Marine Lines.Restoration work in full swing, traffic expected to start in 30 minutes

Cloud cover is there, you can expect these rains to continue for 2-3 hours. There may be a break in between but on and off scattered rains will continue. Mumbai Rain will get heavy again on the night of July 3: Skymet Weather

Mumbai Rains have been very intense since last night. In the past 6 hours, between 11.30 pm last night to 5.30 am today, Mumbai has seen 63 mm of rain: Skymet Weather

Mumbai: Streets in King's Circle area water-logged, following heavy rainfall in Maharashtra.

Mumbai: Children wade through water to go to school as streets in Dadar East have been flooded due to heavy rainfall.

Mumbai: Railway tracks submerged between Sion railway station and Matunga railway station following heavy rainfall in parts of Maharashtra.

Western Railway: In view of water logging on tracks at Palghar in Mumbai Division from 4.30 hrs, trains have been regulated. Senior officers of Western Railway are manning the situation & a close watch is being kept on the situation.

Western Railway: There has been very heavy incessant rains with 361 mm during night, 100 mm between 4.00 hrs to 5.00 hrs alone in Palghar area of Mumbai Division. Some trains including Mumbai- Ahmedabad Shatabdi Express have been regulated in view of Safety.

Western Railway: Heavy water logging reported on tracks at Palghar at about 4.30 hrs due to incessant rains during the night. 12009 Mumbai Central - Shatabdi Express has been put back for one hour ex Mumbai Central as of now. Following Trains have been cancelled /short terminated

CPRO, Central Railway: Local trains will not be affected due to derailment, however, they may be delayed slightly due to heavy rains.

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