The Indian Meteorological Department on Monday, 8 July, warned citizens of heavy rainfall in Mumbai and Thane.
Due to the heavy rainfall ,earlier in the day a wall collapsed in Andheri.
Many regions of eastern suburban areas are facing massive water logging, and social media is flooded with images of pedestrians wading through the streets.
Last week, two days of heavy rainfall saw the deaths of at least 27 people after a wall in Malad East collapsed on hutment on 2 July.
- Central Railways local trains are running without any disruption on 8 July
- At least 27 people died and 78 were left injured in wall collapse in Malad East on 2 July
Pedestrians wade through a waterlogged street during monsoon rain.
A woman wades through a waterlogged street during monsoon rain, in Mumbai.
A Municipal worker cleans an open manhole on a waterlogged street following heavy monsoon rains
MeT Predicts Intermittent Rainfall
The MeT department, on Tuesday 9 July, predicted intermittent rainfall in Mumbai.
Request Mumbaikars To Take Precautions And Be Safe: Mumbai Police
Mumbai Police has asked citizens to be safe as the IMD has given a forecast of heavy to very heavy rainfall for the next 24 hours in the city.
Central Railway Local Trains Run Without Disruption
Central Railways has taken to Twitter to inform that trains are running without disruption on the main line, harbour line, transharbour line and 4th corridor.