Mumbai Weather To Get Better, Gujarat On Red Alert For Heavy Rains: Live

Four people died and at least seven people were injured on Monday in various rain-related incidents in Mumbai.

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Mumbai Weather To Get Better, Gujarat On Red Alert For Heavy Rains: Live

Heavy rains have flooded the Dhansura village in Gujarat's Aravalli district

Mumbai:  The weather in Mumbai is likely to improve today with moderate to heavy rains predicted today. Gujarat has been put on red alert however, with heavy showers expected. Gujarat experienced heavy rainfall on Monday, with 256 mm recorded in Valsad. The weather department predicted on and off showers in Mumbai and surrounding suburbs for today.

Four people died and at least seven people were injured on Monday in various rain-related incidents. At least 15 cars were buried when a wall of the Lloyds estate in South Mumbai's Andheri collapsed leading to a road caving in.

The Indian Meteorological Department has also predicted heavy to very heavy rain over the north Konkan and Gujarat regions, with extra heavy rain likely at isolated places in these regions. It also predicted heavy to very heavy rain over east Rajasthan, west Madhya Pradesh, central Maharashtra, Saurashtra, West Bengal, Sikkim and Jharkhand.
 

Here are the live updates on rains and weather:


Jun 26, 2018
13:06 (IST)
Monsoon hits Madhya Pradesh, with Bhopal experiencing heavy rains. In the past 24 hours, Indore has received 8.6 mm of rain, while Dhar 14.2 mm, Damoh 30 mm and Gwalior 3.8 mm.
Jun 26, 2018
10:11 (IST)
Heavy rains have lashed parts of Gujarat

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