Mumbai Rain Live Updates: Visibility Reduced To 500 Meters, Traffic Disruptions Continue

Mumbai weather has led to the cancellation of the leaves of senior officials, for better preparedness .

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Mumbai Rain Live Updates: Visibility Reduced To 500 Meters, Traffic Disruptions Continue

Heavy rainfall in Mumbai has led to a reduction of visibility to 500 meters.

Mumbai:  Mumbai got relief from scorching heat today as rains hit the city. The weather department has predicted Monsoons to hit the city in 48 hours. Mumbai weather was hot and humid weather for the past many days. The rains are definitely a relief for. Waterlogging is a common sight in Mumbai during monsoons and it is no different this time. Traffic and flight services have been disrupted due to the rain.

The monsoon has reached Goa and Konkan coast today as per the Met department and between June 9 and 11, Gujarat, southern Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh and Odisha are expected to get monsoon rain. Over the next 24 hours, conditions are favourable for further advance of the monsoon into interior parts of Maharashtra, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.

With the India Meteorological Department or IMD predicting "heavy to very heavy" rainfall along the Maharashtra coast over this weekend, the Mumbai civic body is preparing itself to prevent and tackle monsoon-related disasters amidst inclement Mumbai weatherincluding cancelling leaves of all senior officials. 

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation or BMC or administration has taken a number of precautionary measures to tackle any eventuality in view of extremely heavy rainfall warning by the India IMD from June 9 to 11, a statement issued by the civic body said.

 

Here are the Live updates of the Mumbai rains:


Jun 07, 2018
18:03 (IST)
Kids rejoice on flooded Mumbai streets after heavy rainfall in the city. 

Jun 07, 2018
17:53 (IST)
The met department has advised people not to step out of home on Saturday and Sunday unless necessary.
Jun 07, 2018
17:25 (IST)
Jun 07, 2018
17:00 (IST)
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Monsoons played truant in Mumbai today, but the build-up continued. Heavy rains since morning flooded roads, delayed trains and diverted at least one flight. Navy personnel will be posted from tonight in parts of the city to help with the operations. The met department has said these are pre-monsoon showers and the monsoon will hit sometime over the week-end. Disaster management authorities have warned about very heavy rainfall over the next 24 hours." itemprop="description
Jun 07, 2018
16:59 (IST)
In the evening, navy personnel will be posted in Colaba, Worli, Ghatkopar, Trombay, Malad for flood rescue, reported news agency Press Trust of India.

Jun 07, 2018
16:50 (IST)
Over the weekend, rain is expected in Gujarat, Karnataka, Goa, West Bengal and Odisha. Fishermen have been asked not to venture to sea and tourists have been asked to stay away from coastal areas.
Jun 07, 2018
16:40 (IST)
Local trains were delayed by twenty minutes. Due to power supply disruption, a few trains had to wait. 
Jun 07, 2018
16:36 (IST)
Weather forecast agency Skymet said with dense low clouds over Mumbai, visibility in the city has reduced to 500 metres. Rains will intensify in the evening and wind speed is likely to exceed 50 km per hour.
Jun 07, 2018
16:27 (IST)

A traffic cop in Mumbai is earning praises for directing traffic while standing in heavy rain. A passerby filmed him and now that video has garnered 1.2 million views.

Jun 07, 2018
16:02 (IST)
A person walks through a flooded road in Mumbai

Jun 07, 2018
15:00 (IST)
A twitter user posted a video of waterlogged streets:
Jun 07, 2018
14:58 (IST)
Some visuals from Twitter posted by Mumbai citizens:












Jun 07, 2018
14:49 (IST)
Waterlogged streets have also caused for hampered traffic mobility in the city. Water-logging has been reported in several areas including Malabar Hill and Hindmata, Dharavi, Byculla, Dadar TT, Kabutarkhana at Dadar, King Circle, Nagpada, Santacruz (East) and Marol Maroshi. Visual from Chakala area:




Jun 07, 2018
14:29 (IST)
Take a look at this Tweet from another Mumbai resident who is glad to get relief from the scorching heat:
Jun 07, 2018
14:25 (IST)
A Twitter user posted images from waterlogged Sion-Matunga:
Jun 07, 2018
14:23 (IST)
At least nine flights of different airlines were diverted to other airports on account of congestion at Mumbai and inclement weather conditions.
Jun 07, 2018
14:21 (IST)
Visuals from various parts of the city:





Jun 07, 2018
14:09 (IST)
The emergency helpline numbers for Mumbai are:
  • BMC Disaster Management: 1916, 22694725
  • Fire Brigade: 101
  • Mumbai: 101 and 22620111, 23076111, 23086181, 23074923, 23076112, 23076113, FAX : 23086183
  • Thane: 101 and 25391600, 25331600
  • Railway Control Room: 2375 9283
  • RPF Control Room: 2307 5082
  • BEST (Power): 2285 6262/1244
  • Reliance Power: 30303030
  • MSEB-Bandra: 2647 2131
  • Ambulance Service: 102, 23079643
Jun 07, 2018
14:05 (IST)
From a Mumbai high-rise, a Mumbai citizen tweeted a video of the heavy downpour from Navi Mumbai:
Jun 07, 2018
13:59 (IST)
Mumbai Police has tweeted safety measures for people:
Jun 07, 2018
13:57 (IST)
Officials equipped with walkie-talkies and flood rescue supplies have spread out across Mumbai, which suffers the most during the monsoon.
Jun 07, 2018
13:57 (IST)
From 15th June monsoon activity will decrease. It will pick up again in the last week of June and then reach the North early July.
Jun 07, 2018
13:55 (IST)
Mumbai monsoon should reach by Saturday, 9th June. In parts of southern Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and West Bengal, monsoon should reach latest by June 11.
Jun 07, 2018
13:48 (IST)
There is cyclonic circulation around Maharashtra coast and low pressure over Bay of Bengal. The entire peninsular region and the east will get heavy rain.
Jun 07, 2018
13:43 (IST)
Monsoon has also hit Kerala and is likely to continue for the next five days. Fishermen have been warned that strong winds with speed reaching 35-45 km per hour gusting to 50 kmph is likely to hit the Kerala and Lakshadweep coast in the next 24 hours from 2 pm today.
The state capital recorded 45.8 mm rainfall as per the weather chart at 0830 hrs this morning, while airport received 35.5 mm rains.
Airport Director said there have been no disruptions in flight services., reported news agency PTI.
Jun 07, 2018
13:28 (IST)
People started sharing images of the heavy rain on Twitter, most expressed relief as the mercury had soared up high. A Twitter user tweeted a picture of the Mumbai high rise:


Jun 07, 2018
13:25 (IST)
Rain hit Mumbai around 11.30 am and the BMC has warned that the rains will likely continue for the next 24-48 hours.
Jun 07, 2018
13:23 (IST)
Skymet Weather reported the rains reduced visibility to 500 meters, wind speed exceeded 50 kmph and there are dense clouds over the city. Skymet has also predicted that the heavy rain will last from June 8 to 11.
Jun 07, 2018
13:10 (IST)
The BMC in a statement said, a number of precautionary measures have been taken to tackle any situation and leaves of all the senior officials, including deputy municipal commissioners and assistant commissioners have been cancelled.
Jun 07, 2018
13:10 (IST)
The disaster management authorities have warned of very heavy rainfall over the next 24 hours.
Jun 07, 2018
13:10 (IST)
There has been waterlogging in Dadar, Parel, Cuff Parade, Bandra, Borivali, Andheri and Bandra-Kurla Complex.
Jun 07, 2018
13:04 (IST)
A Jet Airways flight from London to Mumbai was diverted to Ahmedabad on Thursday due to heavy rain in Mumbai, news agency ANI reported.
Jun 07, 2018
13:02 (IST)
Visuals from Hindmata area, pictures by news agency ANI:






Jun 07, 2018
13:00 (IST)
Heavy rains lashed Mumbai as Monsoons hit the city since morning today.
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