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LIVE updates: Mumbai gets waterlogged again; to get heavy rainfall for the next 48 hours

Throughout the night, Mumbai residents saw incessant rains which eventually lead to the water logging in some of the prone areas.

India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast heavy rains at isolated places in the city and suburbs for today. Heavy showers will continue for the next two days, IMD has warned.


12:55 AM

A truck overturned on Sion-Panvel highway near Turbhe circle after the driver lost control over the vehicle due to heavy rains in Navi Mumbai


12:47 AM

12:45 AM

Skymet weather issues a nationwide rainfall forecast

12:15 AM

11:45 AM

“A system of clouds is moving towards Mumbai from the Arabian Sea. The low pressure area that is developing will bring more showers to the Mumbai region in next 48 hours,”: IMD official said.

11:37 AM

Intense shower from the last night caused water logging in several parts of Dadar and Hindmata: Skymet Weather.


11:30 AM

Colaba received 171 mm rainfall in last 12 hours where as Santacruz received 58 mm rainfall.


11:20 AM

Widespread heavy rainfall over Mumbai city and suburbs and around in last 12 hours: IMD


11:09 AM

11:00 AM

Sion appears to be one of the worst affected, with several areas waterlogged.

10:47 AM

Flight arrivals and departures from Mumbai airport were affected after visibility dropped to 300 metres: ANI


10:36 AM

Intense showers are expected in next 2-3 hours over Mumbai, Mumbai Suburban, Palghar and Thane: Skymet.


10:30 AM

Mumbai received 51 mm rains in three hours in the morning, according to Skymet officials.

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