Heavy Mumbai rains have once again made a comeback over the maximum City. Since the past two days Mumbai has been recording very heavy rainfall spells. A day before, Colaba observatory had recorded a message 151 millimetre of rain. Santa Cruz rainfall was on the moderate side only to the tune of 32 mm.
As far as the last 24 hours are concerned, very heavy showers have been recorded over the Santa Cruz observatory. In a span of 24 hours from 8: 30 a.m. on Sunday, Santacruz recorded a 231 mm of rainfall. This has been the heaviest spell so far for the city of Mumbai wherein rain amounts crossed the 200 mm mark. During the same time frame, Colaba recorded 99 mm of heavy rains.
These rains have occurred due to the Off-shore trough which is extending along the West Coast from Konkan coast to coastal parts of Kerala.
As per weatherman at Skymet Weather, Mumbai is expected to witness heavy to very heavy rains during the next 12 hours. Office goers should take a call whether to go to work or not as road traffic congestion and Mumbai local delay is very likely due to heavy rainfall activity through the day.
Meanwhile, there may be flight delays as well which will cause some hindrance to daily life. Waterlogging is also possible in low lying areas due to heavy rainfall activity in Mumbai.
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