Heavy rainfall is expected to continue in Mumbai for the fourth day on Monday (June 1), leaving the city waterlogged with cancellation and delay in trains. The train speed on the Western railway line was restricted to 30 km/h to ensure safety.
Waterlogging has been reported in several low-lying areas including Sion, Dadar and Malad, as the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted "active monsoon conditions over the west coast."
The IMD has also predicted intermittent rains in the next 48 hours in the city.
A 30-year-old man died due to electrocution at his own house in Govandi on Sunday. Four people were killed and five injured in rain-related incidents in the city on Friday as well.
Here are the latest Updates on Mumbai rains:
Santacruz and Colaba got 92 mm rains in the last 24 hours
Water logged roads in Mumbai
Location specific rainfall in the last 4 hours
Situation at the Mira Road station in Mumbai
Rescheduled or terminated trains on the Western railway
Regular inspection at the Borivali-Mira Road-Virar section
With a view to closely monitor the situation in Borivali-Mira Road- Virar section due to #MumbaiRains & high tides, regular inspection is being done by Shri V K Tripathi, AGM WR. Sr Officers are keeping close watch on improving the situation. #Alert #WRUpdates #mumbaimonsoon pic.twitter.com/LwbIzSahLW— Western Railway (@WesternRly) July 1, 2019