The IMD advised fishermen to not venture deep into the Bay of Bengal till August 6 as surface winds with speeds up to 50 kmph will make the sea conditions very rough.
Mumbai is expected to receive heavy rain at isolated places tomorrow as well.We urge all to not step out unless necessary and stay away from water bodies & water logged areas.Citizens are requested to take all precautions & #Dial100 in case of an emergency.— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) August 5, 2020
#WATCH Mumbai: 40 people rescued by National Disaster Response Force after 2 local trains got stuck between Masjid & Bhaykhala stations due to water on tracks. (Video source-NDRF) pic.twitter.com/ADShmBk9s3— ANI (@ANI) August 5, 2020
Current weather and forecast for MumbaiRainfall observed during (0830 hrs IST to 2100 hrs IST of 5th Aug 2020) atMumbai-Colaba(AWS): 27.3 cm.Mumbai-Santacruz (AWS): 10.6 cm.Intense to very intense spell of rainfall likely to continue over Mumbai during next 3 hours. pic.twitter.com/7460xccWo1— India Met. Dept. (@Indiametdept) August 5, 2020
— ANI (@ANI) August 5, 2020
Maharashtra: Severe waterlogging in various parts of Mumbai following incessant rainfall in the city; visuals from Parel East.More than 230 mm of rainfall recorded in Mumbai city in the last 10 hours, according to Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation pic.twitter.com/JVhEWcICvK— ANI (@ANI) August 4, 2020