Mumbai is witnessing heavy rain since last night, with parts of the city waterlogged and traffic movement affected. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted moderate to heavy rain in the city and its suburbs over the next 24 hours, with a possibility of very heavy showers at isolated places.
Here are the live updates on Mumbai rains:
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- Due to 1-foot waterlogging at Santacruz railway station, vehicular movement is slow.
- Khar subway is closed for vehicular traffic due to waterlogging.
- Andheri subway is closed for vehicular traffic due to waterlogging.
- Due to 0.5-foot waterlogging, vehicular movement is slow at Tembi Bridge Chembur.
- Due to 1-foot waterlogging at Mankhurd railway station, vehicular movement is slow.
- Due to 0.5-foot waterlogging, vehicular movement is slow at Parel TT.
- Due to 1.5-foot waterlogging, vehicular movement is slow at Sakkar Panchayat Chowk, Wadala.
- Due to potholes, south-bound vehicular movement is slow opposite to Reliance Energy, WEH, Vakola.
- Due to 1-foot waterlogging at Sahara Star Hotel Junction, vehicular movement is slow.
Heavy rains lashed parts of popular hill station Mahabaleshwar and neighbouring areas of western Maharashtra and the Konkan region over the last 24 hours, as a result of which the water level of the Koyna dam was going up, officials said. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a ‘yellow alert’ for Satara district, where Mahabaleshwar and the Koyna dam are located, predicting heavy rains on Tuesday and the next two days at isolated places in some areas of the Western Ghats. (PTI)
Trains on all corridors are running though some of the trains on the main harbour line are running late, according to a Central Railway update amid heavy rainfall in Mumbai and suburbs.
A landslide was reported at the Mumbai-Goa highway in Chiplun tehsil of Maharashtra yesterday. Earlier, on Saturday night, vehicular movement was affected due to landslide at the Ghat. Traffic remains suspended at the Ghat since 4:30 pm yesterday due to heavy rain.
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