The India Meteorological Department (IMD) in its 24-hour forecast has predicted one or two light to moderate spells of rain in the city and suburbs on Monday.
The IMD said the island city, eastern suburbs, and western suburbs recorded 0.58mm, 1.31mm and 2.03 mm rain, respectively, in the last 24 hours.
Meanwhile, a high tide of 3.51 metres is expected at 0925 hrs in Mumbai today. Also, a low tide of 02.35 metres is likely to occur at 1500 hrs today.
When there is a high tide during the rainy season, it becomes difficult for the flooded water to recede. Low tide helps floodwaters in the city to find an outlet to enter the seas.
Meanwhile, after a break, the Southwest Monsoon is again set to enter an active phase, M Rajeevan, Secretary of Ministry of Earth Sciences said on Sunday, noting that forecast models show signs of increasing rain activity from July 8.
He said that models indicate the formation of a weather system in the Bay of Bengal.
"Monsoon Update: @moesgoi models show signs of revival- increasing rains in South, west coast & East Central India from 8 Jul.
"Models also make an early indication of formation of a weather system over BoB by12th & subsequent active monsoon phase," Rajeevan, who has been researching the Southwest Monsoon for more than three decades, tweeted.
After a good spell of rains in the first two and half weeks of June, the Southwest Monsoon has not advanced further since June 19.
Delhi, Haryana, parts of west Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, west Rajasthan are yet to see the arrival of the monsoon.
In its forecast for the July, India Meteorological Department said the country as a whole will witness good rainfall this month.
However, parts of north India, some parts of south peninsula, central, east and northeast India could witness rainfall in the category of normal to below normal.
It added that the conditions are not favourable for the monsoon's progress till July 7 due to the lack of a weather system.
The northern limit of southwest monsoon (NLM) is currently passing through Aligarh, Meerut, Ambala and Amritsar, the IMD said.
"Prevailing meteorological conditions, large scale atmospheric features and the forecast wind pattern by dynamical models suggest that no favourable conditions are likely to develop for further advance of southwest monsoon into remaining parts of Rajasthan, west Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi and Punjab during next 4-5 days," the IMD said.
Hence, subdued rainfall activity is very likely to continue to prevail over the northwest, central and western parts of peninsular India during the next 4-5 days, it added.
(With inputs from agencies)