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Mumbai Rains Live Updates: Rains will continue to intensify during night hours

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Mumbai is been warned from last week on floods. Though some parts are affected due to water logging still the city of dreams has managed to be on its toe. Indian Meteorological Department warning continues of heavy to very heavy rain over the Konkan region and Goa for the next 48 hours. Figures released by private weather broadcaster Skymet Weather revealed that the rains will intensify during night hours. According to the record, Colaba had 105 mm of rainfall between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm. Similarly, Santa Cruz to has witnessed heavy rains of 76 mm.

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Lines of Western Railway were also affected due to July rain. But now Western Railway is claiming that everything is under restoration and the railway lines are functioning.

Yesterday, the administration has closed schools and other educational institutions for a day.

Also Read: Mumbai rains LIVE: Local train services disrupted due to waterlogging

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Heavy water-logging reported at King’s Circle near Matunga

03:14 pm

Roads turn into rivers in Mumbai’s Ghatkopar: Watch citizens commute using boats

03:05 pm
BMC advises citizens to stay wary of rumours, says no cyclone warning, sea link not closed

The city’s municipal corporation has advised citizens to stay wary of the rumours being spread. The municipal body clarified that the Bandra Sea Link is completely functional and there is no cyclone warning issued. The body advised citizens to get in touch with the MCGM’s Disaster Management Department in case of an emergency, at 1916.

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A huge crack appears in Kalyan-Thane flyover; heavy traffic conditions along the route

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News reports say that a massive crack has appeared in the Kalyan-Thane bridge following heavy rainfall. Commuters are facing heavy traffic along the route.

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Water-logging at Kings Circle on Eastern Express Highway due to heavy rains.

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Road traffic affected in Parel due to heavy rains

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Maharashtra education minister Vinod Tawde told reporters on Tuesday that the disaster management authorities reported no situation of water logging in Mumbai. “Concerned authorities are keeping a track of the situation. There’s nothing to worry as disaster management is ready to face any situation,” he said

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WATCH: Flooded streets near One Indiabulls in Elphinstone Road

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Water accumulation at Nalasopara station has led to the train services between Vasai Road-Virar has been suspended, whereas the trains running between Churchgate-Vasai Road are delayed.

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According to ANI reports, ” Due to heavy rains, water-logging and disrupted rail services, Mumbai Dabbawalas have suspended their services for today.”

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In Bhiwandi, 26 families were asked to leave their houses after the rocks on the hillock they were living on started coming loose.

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IMD recorded season’s highest 24-hour rain which measured to 170.6 mm. Mumbai people tried hard to survive heavy rains.

Also Read: Mumbai Rains Live Update: Police diverted traffic at Railway colony, SV road

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