Mumbai Rains, Downpour to proceed till tomorrow; CM urges residents to remain inside.

Weather Today Live Updates: Mumbai Rains, Downpour to proceed till tomorrow; CM urges residents to remain inside.

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Mumbai Rains, Weather Forecast Today Live News Updates: On Tuesday, a few territories were waterlogged in the city, hampering the development of individuals. Transport administrations on the principle and harbour lines of Vadala and Parel stay suspended.

Mumbai Rains Live Updates: In perspective on the overwhelming storm in Mumbai for the second continuous day, CM Uddhav Thackeray has asked BMC to remain on high ready and encouraged the individuals to stay at home. He likewise looked into the circumstance with area authorities of Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Palghar, Kolhapur, Thane and Raigad locale as they have been encountering substantial precipitation.

Exceptional to the severe spell of precipitation prone to proceed over Mumbai during the next three hours, IMD said. Strong breezes with speed arriving at 70 Kmph along the coast are overall and inclined to keep during next 3-4 hours, the climate organization included. This comes even the same number of parts of south Mumbai like Girgaum Chowpatty, Madanpura, Byculla, Hindmata, and Worli have announced waterlogging because of proceeded with a downpour.

Because of substantial downpour and tree limbs drawing nearer close to follow at Churchgate, Mumbai Central and in the middle of Marine Lines and Charni Road, the unique rural trains have been suspended incidentally between Mumbai Central, and Churchgate, Western Railway update said. Passengers are being switched from Mumbai Central Dadar, Bandra and Andheri.

In the meantime, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has given a red alarm for Mumbai for Wednesday. The climate organization additionally gave a red signal for Thane, Palghar, Raigad, Pune, Ahmednagar and Nashik regions for Wednesday and Thursday.

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06 AUG 2020

‘Remarkable’ flooding in South Mumbai, legacy structures influenced

Substantial RAIN combined with fresh breezes prompted “phenomenal” flooding in parts of South Mumbai, which is generally known to have a robust and proficient seepage framework. Spots like Oval Maidan, Marine Drive, and Girgaum Chowpatty were lowered even as water entered a few lodging social orders situated in these territories. Neighbourhood occupants accused Metro development just as the seaside recovery venture as being “impetuses” for the flooding. Peruse more here

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06 AUG 2020

After Tulsi, Vihar lake floods

Vihar lake, one of the 7 lakes that gracefully water to Mumbai, began flooding around 10 pm on Wednesday. It is the second lake this storm to flood, after Tulsi on July 28. As indicated by the most recent tweet by the IMD, the Colaba climate station recorded 32.8 cm of precipitation between 8:30 am to 11: 30 pm on Wednesday, while Santacruz recorded 13.8 cm. “Exceptional to the severe spell of precipitation liable to proceed over Mumbai during next 3-4 hours,” the IMD said.

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05 AUG 2020

116 calls to Fire office amid overwhelming precipitation

One hundred sixteen calls were made to the Fire Brigade Wednesday amid substantial downpours in Mumbai. Vihar lake, one of the 7 lakes that gracefully water to the city additionally began flooding late on Wednesday. It is the second lake this storm supplies drinking water to the town that has already started flooding. First was Tulsi lake, which began to flooding on July 28

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05 AUG 2020

Nearby trains stop due to waterlogging, NDRF brought in to save abandoned travellers.

More than 300 essential specialist organizations going by nearby train were abandoned for more than three hours among Byculla and CSMT on Wednesday evening as substantial downpour and winded disabled tasks in Mumbai. Trains stopped around 3.30 pm as water collected on tracks on the Central Railway (CR), while strong breezes prompted specialized tangles in above links on the Western Railway (WR).

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05 AUG 2020

NDRF salvages travellers from the abandoned nearby train in Mumbai

On Wednesday, The NDRF (National Disaster Response Force) evening safeguarded somewhere in the range of 150 travellers from a neighbourhood train abandoned between Masjid Bunder and Byculla stations on the Central line here, said an authority. As overwhelming downpours lashed Mumbai and tracks got overflowed, another neighbourhood train originating from inverse course likewise stalled out close to a similar spot and a group has been sent to safeguard the travellers, the NDRF official said.

#MumbaiRains The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) salvage travellers

from a neighbourhood train abandoned between Masjid Bunder and Byculla stations on the Central line

Follow LIVE updates: https://t.co/4mX6uSmiuP pic.twitter.com/iN30hJbYmx.

— The Indian Express (@IndianExpress) August 5, 2020

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05 AUG 2020

Watch Water logging at JJ Hospital after substantial downpours.

Waterlogging was seen at Mumbai’s JJ Hospital Wednesday after substantial downpours in the city.

Scenes from JJ Hospital in Mumbai after substantial downpours lashed the city. CM Uddhav Thackeray has asked BMC to remain on high ready and asked the individuals to stay inside. pic.twitter.com/PL0gkLzvh6

— The Indian Express (@IndianExpress) August 5, 2020

22:18 (IST)

05 AUG 2020

Mumbai downpours: Man kicks the bucket of electric shock in Dahisar

A 38-year-elderly person purportedly kicked the bucket of electric shock in an immersed territory in the western suburb of Dahisar here on Wednesday, police said. Shambhu Jagdish Soni was discovered dead on the water-logged lanes of Anand Nagar area by some bystanders toward the beginning of the day hours, an authority said.

The perished, who worked at a tile fabricating unit, was en route to work in the downpours when he got shocked, he said. While the body of the perished has been sent for a posthumous, a coincidental passing report has been enrolled, the official added. (PTI)

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05 AUG 2020

IMD cautions of extraordinary precipitation, reliable breezes in Mumbai, rural areas

The MeT office on Wednesday cautioned of an exceptional spell of 30 to 50 mm precipitation for every hour mind strong breezes in Mumbai and rural zones.

According to an alarm gave by the India Meteorological Department at 6 pm, constant breezes could reach up to 70 to 80 k for each hour speed and once in a while blast to 100 km for every hour in the following three to four hours.

This extraordinary spell could bring about overwhelming water-logging and flooding in low-lying territories of the city and rural areas disturbing street and rail traffic. (PTI)

news source: indianexpress


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