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    E Shinde Holds Urgent Meet, Visits Civic Body’s Disaster Control Room As Rain Halts Mumbai


    Mumbai Weather Live Updates: Heavy rains have battered Mumbai with the city recording over 300 mm of rainfall at several places in just six hours from 1 am to 7 am today. Several trains were diverted and many others were cancelled following heavy rains, the Central Railways said. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation is working to clear waterlogging across the city.  

    The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued an orange alert for Mumbai, Thane, Palghar and the Konkan belt. Vikhroli’s Veer Savarkar Marg Municipal School and MCMCR Powai saw the highest rainfall in the last 24 hours and over 315 mm of rainfall was recorded. Water-logging was reported from Worli, Buntara Bhavan, in Kurla East, King’s Circle area of Mumbai, Dadar and Vidyavihar Railway Station.

    Here are the LIVE updates on Mumbai rain: 

    Jul 08, 2024 15:49 (IST)

    How Big Was Mumbai Rain
    Some areas in Mumbai received more than 300 mm of rainfall in just six hours, ending at 7 am, causing inundation of roads and low-lying areas. Heavy rain also lashed the city throughout the day, further compounding the woes of residents.The IMD defines very heavy rain as rainfall amounting to between 124.5 and 244.4 mm in a day.

    Jul 08, 2024 11:04 (IST)

    Mumbai Weather Live Updates: Raigad Fort Closed Due To Heavy Rain
    Due to heavy rains in Raigad district, Raigad Fort has been closed for tourists from today. Chitta Darwaza and Nane Darwaza roads leading to Raigad Fort have been closed by barricading. Police force has been deployed. Also, the tourists who are currently at Raigad Fort are being taken out from the fort via z ropeway.

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