Railway Flood Relief team conducted mock drill in rescue & relief of passengers held in trains during monsoon, in Mumbai on Tuesday.
Railway Flood Relief team conducted mock drill in rescue & relief of passengers held in trains during monsoon, in Mumbai on Tuesday.
ANI

Continuous rain causes waterlogging in Mumbai's Parel area on Wednesday and also led to traffic snarls at different parts of the city.

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) reported a prediction of "light to moderate rain or thundershowers in city and suburbs, with the possibility of heavy rainfall at isolated places".

According to the BMC, a high tide of 4.05 meters at 4:13 pm, along with a low tide of 1.95 meters at 10:23 pm expected today.

Colaba received an average rainfall of 11 mm, from 8:30 am of June 15 to 8:30 am of June 16, India Meteorological Department (IMD) reported.

Heavy rainfall in Mumbai causes traffic snarls in different parts of the city on Wednesday. Visuals from Western Express Highway.
Heavy rainfall in Mumbai causes traffic snarls in different parts of the city on Wednesday. Visuals from Western Express Highway.
ANI
Heavy rainfall in Mumbai causes traffic snarls in different parts of the city on Wednesday. Visuals from Western Express Highway.
Heavy rainfall in Mumbai causes traffic snarls in different parts of the city on Wednesday. Visuals from Western Express Highway.
ANI
Railway Flood Relief team conducted mock drill in rescue & relief of passengers held in trains during monsoon, in Mumbai on Tuesday.
Railway Flood Relief team conducted mock drill in rescue & relief of passengers held in trains during monsoon, in Mumbai on Tuesday.
ANI
Sea waves crash ashore during high tide, at Marine Drive in Mumbai, Tuesday, June 15, 2021.
Sea waves crash ashore during high tide, at Marine Drive in Mumbai, Tuesday, June 15, 2021.
PTI

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