Yesterday, the city recorded rainfall between 40mm-130mm. Downpour continued this morning.
Andheri, Bandra, Borivali, Churchgate, Colaba, CST, Dadar, Santacruz, Vile Parle and Worli were the worst affected.
Waterlogging was reported in Andheri, Bhandup, Borivali, Goregaon, Hindmata, Kandivali, Kharghar, Malad, Mankhurd and Sion.
Rains disrupt life in Mumbai again
Road, rail and air movement hit severely
On Western Railways, five trains have been cancelled. On Central, six have been cancelled and two diverted.
Traffic is moving slow in various parts; Mumbai Police is tweeting updates.
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Will BMC be able to handle the situation this time?
After Mumbai was submerged on August 30, the BMC was criticized for ineffectively dealing with the situation.
Two days ago, the IMD issued warnings of heavy showers. BMC had said it is prepared to deal with the predicted rainfall.
This will be a major test for the civic body.
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