Mumbai Rain Date 2015
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Heavy Rain In Mumbai; Road, Rail, Air Traffic Hit Mumbai News Indo-Asian News Service Friday August 5, Heavy rains since morning flooded many parts of Mumbai, disrupting rail and road traffic as well as flights, officials said. Heavy Rain Delays Arrival Of High Speed Talgo Train In Mumbai India News Written by Anant R Zanane with inputs from agencies Tuesday August 2, The much awaited arrival of the Talgo train in Mumbai this morning has been delayed due to heavy rain.
Incessant Rain Lashes Mumbai; Heavy Showers Predicted Mumbai News Press Trust of India Saturday July 30, Incessant rains continued to lash Mumbai city and neighbouring districts today, throwing normal life out of gear even as weathermen predicted heavy showers across the state for tomorrow. Mumbai News Written by Ankita Sinha Tuesday June 28, Mumbai's iconic landmark - the Bandra-Worli Sea Link - was obscured from view today on account of heavy rains.
India News Reported by Saurabh Gupta, Edited by Sanjeev Singh Tuesday June 23, Trains in Mumbai were running at least 25 minutes late on Tuesday morning because of incessant rain. Landslides have been reported at a few places including Dabhol Village in Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra; efforts are on to clear the highway. Schools, Colleges to Remain Close Today Mumbai News Press Trust of India Saturday June 20, Following Meteorological Department's predictions of heavy to very heavy rainfall in the next 24 hours, Maharashtra government today announced that all schools and colleges will remain closed on Saturday in Mumbai and neighbouring Thane district.
Indian Navy, Army on Standby as Mumbai Battered by Heavy Rains India News Edited by Sanjeev Singh with inputs from PTI Friday June 19, Indian Navy, Army and National Disaster Response Force NDRF has been put on standby after heavy rains in Mumbai brought life to a standstill. Sea King helicopters too remain on standby at the naval base in Colaba.
Schools have been advised to stay shut by the municipal corporation. Mumbai Locked Home By Rain, More Heavy Showers For Next 24 Hours Cheat Sheet Agencies Friday June 19, Heavy rain since last night has flooded large parts of Mumbai, affecting flights, trains and bus services in a replay of an annual monsoon nightmare in India's financial capital.
Thousands are caught in a traffic mess and people have been asked to stay away from the sea during high tide. Bombay High Court Shuts Down For the Day as Rain Pounds Mumbai Mumbai News Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh Friday July 31, All government schools in Mumbai were closed and offices were almost deserted as heavy rain crippled India's financial capital. Political events were also cancelled. Mumbai Trains Running Normally; Heavy Rains Expected in the Afternoon: Live Updates Mumbai News NDTV.
In a span of 24 hours, from 5: And since the Arabian Sea weather system is still in the proximity, rainfall will continue to be heavy in Mumbai for next 24 hours. Thereafter moderate intensity rain will continue for 48 hours. Updated on June 23, , After crossing the mm mark , Monsoon rains in Mumbai seem to be heading towards another record.
The unrelenting heavy rains have been bringing life to a halt. As several places remain waterlogged in Mumbai, life has been on a standstill sine morning. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, heavy rain is likely to continue for another 2 days. In the last two days, the intensity of rain in Mumbai has decreased. The city in a span of 24 hours from 8. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, rainfall in Mumbai will continue with reduced intensity for next 48 hours, picking up thereafter.
The low pressure area in the Arabian Sea, which is showing signs of strengthening further is expected to increase rainfall activity in the city again. Updated on June 21, , Moderate to heavy rains will continue to lash Mumbai , giving no relief from the inclement weather conditions. However, intensity of rain will not be as vigorous as it was previously. According to Skymet Meteorology Division in India, the cyclonic circulation over north-east Arabian Sea is still giving the weather.
But as the system moves westwards, it will lead to the reduction in the Monsoon surge due to which rain will reduce further. We can expect relief only after two to three days. Updated on June 20, , After a gap of 2 hours, intermittent rain starts in Mumbai again. Some areas might receive good showers in the next 2 to 3 hours. Rain has stopped for now, and water has receded from the roads.
Updated on June 20, , 8: The cyclonic circulation in the Arabian Sea continues to create favourable conditions for rain to continue in Mumbai for the next 24 hours. However, marginal relief is expected as the intensity of rain is likely to decrease and become sporadic on Saturday. In a span of 20 hours, from 8. A lot of areas in the city are still waterlogged. Parel and Gandhi market are among the worst hit areas. There is high tide expected again in Mumbai today, at around 3: The wave height is likely to be 4.
Small tributaries and drains usually flow into the sea. When a high tide this strong hits an area, the flow of these tributaries and rivers are blocked. This results in stagnation of water which further causes a flood like situation and adds to the woes of the people. Meanwhile, the Western Railways has resumed services on all four lines as water levels have receded at some places. Updated on June 19, Torrential rain in Mumbai, killed two people.