Mumbai rains have displayed a bumper performance in the first week of July wherein the city saw three-digit rains on three occasions, out of which the rainfall has been over 350 mm on one occasion.
In the last 24 hours, Mumbai rains have taken a backseat with the showers witnessing a reduction by manifold. In a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Santa Cruz saw 7 mm of rainfall with Colaba observing 13 mm of rainfall.
Now, conditions have become favourable for the city of Mumbai witnessing heavy to very heavy rains in the next few hours. These rains may be seen in pockets only, but traffic can be seen getting affected with waterlogging also likely in a couple of areas.
Thunderclouds are moving towards the city of Mumbai from the west and heavy rain in patches are likely to be observed over the city.
The city of Mumbai has witnessed 815 mm of rains in just the first ten days of July against its monthly average of 840.7 mm. With heavy rains expected in the coming hours, it looks like the city of Mumbai will reach its monthly normal today itself.
However, Mumbai rains will see a reduction by tomorrow and only light showers will be seen. Day to day life will not be affected. In fact, after 24 hours, rain in Mumbai will see only light rains, until July 15 and 16.
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