Mumbai and its suburbs witnessed rainfall and the weather office has said, cloudy skies and moderate to heavy rainfall expected in Mumbai today also .There are chances of heavy rain in the interiors of Maharashtra as well in the next in next 48 hours.
KS Hosalikar, the Deputy Director General of Meteorology, India Met Department, Mumbai, has tweeted the amount and intensity of rainfall in Mumbai and the suburbs in the last 24 hours. Colaba, Kandivali, Borivali, Mira Road, Bhayandar, Chembur and Nerul are some of the localities that recorded very heavy rainfall.
Mumbai and around rains in last 24 hrs on 28th July.
— K S Hosalikar (@Hosalikar_KS) July 28, 2020
Mr Hosalikar also said, on August 1, Mumbai, Thane and the Konkan coast are likely to receive very heavy rainfall.
Skymetweather said isolated spells of rain might continue for the next 3 to 4 days over Mumbai and suburbs, but the overall intensity of rain would remain subdued. Parts of financial capital Mumbai, including Dadar and Hindmata areas, faced severe waterlogging following heavy rainfall in the region. This caused severe inconvenience to people who were out on the streets headed towards their work.
Meanwhile, heavy traffic congestion was seen in the Vashi area of Navi Mumbai after a spell of rain.