- Residents of Mumbai have been asked to stay indoors
- Schools will be kept open at all times for shelter if there is flooding
- Navy personnel will be on stand-by in parts of the city
In view of the alert, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation or BMC has taken a number of precautionary measures to ensure that the residents don't face any problem.
Residents of Mumbai have been asked to stay indoors. In a statement, the Regional Meteorological Centre of Mumbai said, "As rainfall activity is likely to enhance from 8th June with further increase on 9th June, people are advised to abstain from outdoor activities as much as possible during the period and also watch for the weather."
Schools will be kept open at all times for shelter if there is flooding, BMC said.
Navy personnel will be on stand-by in parts of the city that are usually most flooded when there is heavy rain, say officials.
On Thursday, fishermen were warned against going too far out into the sea.
Heavy rain has also been forecast for coastal Karnataka, Goa and south Maharashtra.
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