Mumbai Rains Traffic Status and Water Logging in Areas Details September 3, 2019

mumbai rain traffic status

Heavy rains in suburbs including Mumbai, Since Monday night, torrential rains in Lalbagh, Paral, Dadar and Matunga in Mumbai, low lying areas have been waterlogged. Due to the rains, the central railway was delayed, Due to the continuous rains, the Central Railway is running late for 10-15 minutes. Impact on Western Railway traffic too, Due to heavy rains, the Western Railway is running 5 to 10 minutes late. Due to overnight rainfall in Mumbai traffic is affected adversely. According to data from overnight rains in Mumbai, Santacruz and Colaba Observatory, Mumbai recorded 30 to 40 mm of rainfall so far. Due to heavy rains, the crowd of devotees came to see lalbaugcha Raja – Due to the overnight rains, the presence of the lalbaugcha Raja in Mumbai is seeing a very small crowd of devotees. Heavy rains in Dadar, Hindmata area. Due to the continuous rainfall in Mumbai, many strong areas have accumulated water in Dadar, Hindmata and Matunga. Santacruz Mumbai recorded 106 mm rain in last 21 hours. Many areas received intense spells.

Reports of water logging from places like Thane and Palgarh. Three digit rains, streets have been inundated in many areas of Mumbai wherein parked vehicles were also seen partially submerged.

Will in Rain in Mumbai Today September 3, 2019

It will continue to be a wet day for Mumbai. It is predicted that Mumbai might get even more rainfall than yesterday. Heavy rainfall in Mumbai since yesterday evening. Non stop rain in places like Andheri, Fort, Dadar, Mira Road. Due to Cyclonic Circulation over South Gujarat coast, Mumbai is likely to receive more rainfall today and tomorrow.

Here is a video of the roads of Mumbai Water Logged



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