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  • 11: 13(IST)

    Mumbai might perchance more than seemingly well document it’s best seemingly rainfall season up to now

    Mumbai might perchance more than seemingly well document its best seemingly rainfall to your entire monsoon season this year, with the finest seasonal rainfall document being at 3759.7 mm in 1958. This year it has already rained 3475.2 mm and two more weeks of September restful remain. 



  • 11: 04(IST)

    Three NDRF groups on standby

    Three Nationwide Be troubled Response Drive (NDRF) groups are on standby and a helpline quantity 1916 has been issued by Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to attend of us in harm if wanted.



  • 10: 33(IST)

    Mumbai Police advises Mumbaikars to cease indoors

    In look of the red alert issued by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), Mumbai Police has knowledgeable of us to not step out of their homes till compulsory. The red alert by the MET division indicates precipitation of larger than 204 mm in 24 hours starting up Thursday morning, an legitimate said.

    Pricey Mumbaikars,

    The IMD has predicted very heavy rainfall in Mumbai and adjoining areas for next 2 days. A red alert has been issued in isolated areas across Mumbai & MMR regions for this day.

    Kindly prepare your day. Guarantee Safety!#Dial100in case of an emergency.

    — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice)September 18, 2019



  • 10: 30(IST)

    Western Railway trains delayed

    Several reports claim trains on Western Railways are working five to 10 minutes slack.



  • 10: 15(IST)

    High tide seemingly to hit Mumbai around 2: 30 pm

    IMD predicts high tide to hit at 14: 23 pm at 3.83 meters and a low tide is anticipated around 20: 28 pm at 0.98 meters. Heavy rainfall is seemingly at isolated places in Mumbai and its suburbs. 



  • 10: 05(IST)

    Mumbai receives 69 mm of rain within the past six hours, reports Skymet

    Within the final 21 hours till 5: 30 am on Thursday, Mumbai has got 69 mm of rains, of which 6 mm rains get occurred within the past six hours, reports SkymetWeather.

    Within the final 21 hours till 5: 30 am this day, Mumbai rains of 69 mm had been recorded, of which 6 mm rains get occurred within the past 6 hours#MumbaiRains#MumbaiRainlive#MumbaiRainsLive#weather#Monsoon2019https://t.co/JyQFQrbWeE

    — SkymetWeather (@SkymetWeather)September 19, 2019



  • 07: 39(IST)

    IMD points thunderstorm alert with intense rains in Raigad, Ratnagiri, Satara and Sangli districts

    The IMD Mumbai has issued a warning of thunderstorm accompanied with intense rainfall and solid wind lope reaching 40 kmph in Raigad, Mumbai, Ratnagiri, Satara and Sangli districts all throughout the following couple of hours.



  • 07: 37(IST)

    Faculties, colleges to remain shut in look of heavy rains forecast

    In look of heavy rainfall forecast, colleges and junior colleges in Mumbai, Thane and Konkan regions will remain closed on Thursday.

    Taking to Twitter, scream Minister of Faculty Training Ashish Shelar said, “In look of heavy rainfall forecasts. As a precautionary measure, the holiday is asserted for all colleges and junior colleges in Mumbai, Thane, Konkan space for this day 19 September 2019.”



  • 07: 36(IST)

    ‘Extraordinarily heavy rains’ in Mumbai, central Maharashtra for next two days

    The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Wednesday predicted “extraordinarily heavy rainfall” for the next two days in Mumbai and isolated places over central Maharashtra. A red alert has been issued in isolated areas across Mumbai and MMR regions for Thursday.

    Pricey Mumbaikars,

    The IMD has predicted very heavy rainfall in Mumbai and adjoining areas for next 2 days. A red alert has been issued in isolated areas across Mumbai & MMR regions for this day.

    Kindly prepare your day. Guarantee Safety!#Dial100in case of an emergency.

    — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice)September 18, 2019

Mumbai rains LATEST updates: IMD predicts high tide to hit at 14: 23 pm at 3.83 meters and a low tide is anticipated around 20: 28 pm at 0.98 meters. Heavy rainfall is seemingly at isolated places in Mumbai and its suburbs

Heavy rains lashed Mumbai on Thursday in a span of ultimate three hours with Santa Cruz recording 69 mm of rains, in step with Skymet Weather.

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Wednesday predicted “extraordinarily heavy rainfall” for the next two days inMumbai and isolated places over central Maharashtra. A red alert has been issued in isolated areas across Mumbai and MMR regions for Thursday.

“The weather bureau has issued a red rain alert, indicating “extraordinarily heavy rainfall”, for Mumbai and Raigad districts,” said an IMD legitimate.

“This indicates a precipitation of larger than 204 mm in 24 hours starting up Thursday morning,” he said.

Pricey Mumbaikars,

The IMD has predicted very heavy rainfall in Mumbai and adjoining areas for next 2 days. A red alert has been issued in isolated areas across Mumbai & MMR regions for this day.

Kindly prepare your day. Guarantee Safety!#Dial100 in case of an emergency.

— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) September 18, 2019

The legitimate also said, though Mumbai would uncover heavy rainfall on Friday, Raigad would continue to uncover extraordinarily heavy showers that day also.

In look of heavy rainfall forecast, colleges and junior colleges in Mumbai, Thane and Konkan regions will remain closed on Thursday.

Taking to Twitter, scream Minister of Faculty Training Ashish Shelar said, “In look of heavy rainfall forecasts. As a precautionary measure, the holiday is asserted for all colleges and junior colleges in Mumbai, Thane, Konkan space for this day 19 September 2019.”

He further said that after taking cognisance of local stipulations, the district collectors in a style of substances of Maharashtra will snatch whether colleges will remain closed or not on Friday.

The IMD Mumbai has issued a warning of thunderstorm accompanied with intense rainfall and solid wind lope reaching 40 kmph in Raigad, Mumbai, Ratnagiri, Satara and Sangli districts all throughout the following couple of hours.

Moreover read:IMD points red alert for Mumbai, predicts very heavy rains from Thursday; Palghar, Thane, and Raigad also situation for heavy downpour

Moreover read: IMD predicts heavy rain in substances of Maharashtra, coastal AP, Telangana; lighting seemingly to happen over Odisha, Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Updated Date: Sep 19, 2019 11: 13: 49 IST