Death of 4 due to heavy rains in Mumbai, waterlogging on roads impact on local trains


Life in Mumbai is disrupted due to heavy rains in Mumbai. At the same time, the Powai Lake and the Dam in Powai area are completely filled. Since the monsoon rains have started in June, so far 8 people have died. Four people have died in Mumbai since Sunday evening. Two people were killed after a tree collapsed near the Azad Maidan in Mumbai on Sunday and today Malad died drowning in the pit of a 15-year-old youth in the west. While a 13-year-old girl died in a wall collapse in Thane.

Due to the rain, many areas like Hindmata, Chembur and Lower Parel have become waterlogged. The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rains in Konkan region, including Mumbai for the next 24 hours, after which the intensity of rainfall will decrease. Heavy rains have also affected the Mumbai local. According to the information, locals are running 5 to 7 minutes late. Meanwhile, good news for Delhiites is coming from the weather department. It is estimated that the monsoon in Delhi will reach on June 29.

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1. In the last 24 hours in Mumbai, things have become disrupted due to heavy rains. The place is filled with water and the situation of the jam has become. It has its impact on the Mumbai Local. According to the information, locals are running 5 to 7 minutes late.
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2. Two people have died and five others have been injured due to a tree collapse near a metro cinema on MG Road in Mumbai on Sunday.
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3. According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) and private weather forecast agency SkyMate, Monsoon will soon knock on its predetermined time in Delhi, while the long-term average (LPA) rainfall is not clear. IMD senior scientist M. Mohapatra said, "The northwest monsoon is expected to come between June 29 and July 1. The pre-monsoon rains in Delhi can be around June 27."
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4. At the same time SkyMet has also expressed the hope that the monsoon will arrive sometime after June 29, which is expected to happen in the national capital on June 25 from the monsoon rains.
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5. According to SkyMet, the monsoon has been reactive and moving towards the north. It has already come in parts of Gujarat, western part of Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, Odisha and various parts of West Bengal. "
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6. Heavy rains may occur during next 24 hours in south Gujarat, including Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, eastern Madhya Pradesh and the North-Eastern states. According to SkyMate's Sunday report, heavy heavy rains are expected in South Gujjas, West coastal areas, Jharkhand, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Eastern Madhya Pradesh and North-Eastern states.
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7. Skymet said rain may also occur in some places in Gujarat, East Rajasthan, rest of Madhya Pradesh, North Central Maharashtra, Odisha, North Andhra and West Bengal.
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8. Light to moderate rainfall is expected in some places in Jammu, Kashmir, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, interior Karnataka, Telangana, West Rajasthan, North Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. There is a possibility of a dust storm coming in parts of northwestern plains including Delhi.
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9. According to Skymate, there is a Western disturbance in Jammu and Kashmir and northern Pakistan. There is a cyclonic wind zone on North Bihar. There is a cyclonic wind zone on the south Gujarat coast and the Konkan coast. This system is going from Central Gujarat to South West Rajasthan, a trough line is going on. A trough line from Konkan coast to Kerala coast is going on.
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10.  During the last 24 hours, there have been heavy rains in some places of Konkan and Goa coast and Meghalaya. Arunachal Pradesh, remaining north eastern states, sub-Himalayan West Bengal, parts of Jharkhand, North Chhattisgarh, coastal Odisha, South Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and coastal Karnataka have received moderate heavy rainfall.
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