During the last 24 hours, Santacruz recorded 70 mm and Colaba 22 mm rain. Most of the southern, central, and eastern suburbs have witnessed moderate to heavy showers. There was no continuous downpour over the city, and these breaks in rain spells helped the water to flow away.
In the past 12 hours, light to moderate showers lashed most parts of Mumbai and Suburbs. Light to moderate rain activities to continue till July 17. Track #MumbaiRains and traffic in real-time, download #MumbaiRain app: https://t.co/Edh1eol7U5 @SkymetWeather pic.twitter.com/FD6y2kCNWd
— Mumbai Rain (@MumbaiRainApp) July 13, 2020
#Santacruz 70 mm and #Colaba recorded 22 mm #rain during last 24 hours. There will be gradual increase. May be heavy on Juy 15 and 16. Enjoy the #Monsoon. #MumbaiRains #MumbaiBMC #MumbaiRainSkymet @SkymetWeather
— Mahesh Palawat (@Mpalawat) July 13, 2020
A low pressure area is persisting over south Pakistan and adjoining the northeast Arabian Sea. An offshore trough is also extending from north Maharashtra coast to Kerala coast. In view of these weather systems, moderate to heavy showers are expected to continue over Mumbai and suburbs until July 17.
Isolated pockets of Mumbai and suburbs may get an intense spell of rains leading to waterlogging in low lying areas. Mumbaikars need not to worry, as we do not expect the situation to go out of control. These on and off rain activities will certainly give much-needed relief to the Mumbaikar.