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Mumbai rain Update: Police diverts traffic at Khar subway, Santacruz to Link Road due to water logging

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Heavy rains lashed Mumbai on Monday prompting authorities to warn of traffic snarls and waterlogging in the city.
The India Meteorological Department’s (IMD) Mumbai office has said heavy rainfall will continue in some parts of the city and its suburbs after similar conditions over the weekend.

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Waterlogging is expected in several areas including Malabar Hill, Hindmata, Dharavi, Byculla, Dadar TT, Kabutarkhana at Dadar, King Circle, Nagpada, Santacruz (East) and Marol Maroshi, Andheri subway, among others.

Jun 25, 8:34 AM (IST)
Due to very heavy rains, UP line between Bhilad and Sanjan in Mumbai Division is affected from 7.45 am. Single line working is being planned through Downline (for UP trains too): Western Railway.

Jun 25, 08:12 AM (IST)
After heavy showers of 195 mm in 21 hours over Mumbai, expect rains to remain hefty for another 12 hours: Skymet.

Jun 25, 10:36 AM (IST)
Skymet has issued a weather Alert for West Bengal. “Rain and thundershowers are expected over Bankura, Barddhaman, Haora, Hugli in Kolkata, Murshidabad, Nadia and Purulia during next 24 hours.

Jun 25, 10:20 AM (IST)
In the last 24 hours, Colaba Observatory recorded 90 mm of rains, meanwhile, Santacruz observatory recorded 231 mm of monsoon rains.

Jun 25, 10:20 AM (IST)
Traffic moving slowly on SCLR Kurla in both directions due to waterlogging: Mumbai Police.

Jun 25, 10:10 AM (IST)
Traffic closed at Khar subway, Santacruz division due to waterlogging. Traffic has been diverted to Link Road: Mumbai Police.

Jun 25, 10:07 AM (IST)
A tree fell at Mahananda Dairy, near NESCO, slowing down traffic on Western Express Highway in both directions: Mumbai Police.

Jun 25, 09:56 AM (IST)
Western Railway suburban trains are running despite heavy rains in the city.

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