Mumbai Rains LIVE Updates: After heavy rain, the water level in Mumbai lakes has dropped to 61%, prompting the IMD to issue a red alert

    LIVE updates on the Mumbai rains: There will be no break from rain as Mumbai enters the wettest July month in its history. Until this afternoon, the Indian Meteorological Department has issued a red alert for Mumbai.

    LIVE updates on the Mumbai rains: After more than a week of severe rain, Mumbai is expecting another bout of extremely heavy rain on Wednesday and Thursday. From 8 p.m. on Wednesday to Thursday afternoon, the Indian Meteorological Department has issued a red alert for Mumbai City and Suburbs. Schools in the city have been closed due to severe rain. Traffic, local rail, and bus services are all likely to be disrupted. Here you may get the most recent information on the Mumbai rainfall situation.

    Mumbai Rains LIVE Updates

     LIVE Updates on the Mumbai Rains: Waterlogged roads in Mumbai are causing problems for commuters As torrential rain continues to wreak havoc on the city, various footage of the city’s traffic conditions are emerging.  Aditya Paul, state joint secretary of the Aam Aadmi Party, uploaded a video of Veera Desai Road in Mumbai on Wednesday. Half of the road can be seen flooded in the footage.

    Mumbai rain LIVE updates: There will be no bus route deviation in the city owing to flooding.

    Rain in Mumbai UPDATES IN REAL TIME: As the city continues to experience heavy rain, a spokeswoman for the Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) project told ANI that no bus routes were diverted anywhere in the city on Thursday.

    Mumbai rain LIVE Updates: Colaba had ‘very heavy rains.’

    LIVE rain update from Mumbai: The Colaba observatory reported “extremely heavy” rainfall of 223.2 mm in the midst of severe rain. According to the IMD Mumbai, the Santacruz observatory (typical of suburbs) recorded 145.1 mm of rainfall in the 24-hour period ending at 8.30 a.m. on Thursday.

    Mumbai rain LIVE updates: Today’s trains in Mumbai are operating on time.

    Despite heavy rain, Mumbai’s local trains are operating on time. The Western Railway division said that trains on the Mumbai Suburban route and the Harbour line are operating properly.

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