• Home
  • Social
  • Mumbai Rain Updates: ‘Red Alert’ Issued Today, Local Trains Face Delays Amid Waterlogging

Mumbai Rain Updates: ‘Red Alert’ Issued Today, Local Trains Face Delays Amid Waterlogging

Due to heavy rainfall, the IMD raised the red alert for Mumbai and Raigad until 8.30 am on Tuesday.

Mumbai Rain Updates: ‘Red Alert’ Issued Today, Local Trains Face Delays Amid Waterlogging

The bustling city of Mumbai is grappling with heavy rainfall today, leading to a ‘Red Alert’ issued by the India Meteorological Department (IMD). The relentless downpour has resulted in severe waterlogging across various parts of the city, causing significant disruptions to the daily lives of Mumbaikars.

 

The IMD's ‘Red Alert’ signifies the expectation of extremely heavy rainfall in isolated places, advising residents to take necessary precautions. Several train lines, including the Central and Western lines, are experiencing delays and cancellations due to waterlogged tracks. In addition to the train services, road traffic is also severely affected. Key areas like Sion, Dadar, Andheri, and Kurla are witnessing significant waterlogging, causing massive traffic problems.

 

Authorities have urged residents to stay indoors unless necessary. Schools and offices in some parts of the city have announced closures or shifted to remote working arrangements to ensure the safety of students and employees. In a statement, the BMC advised citizens to avoid venturing into waterlogged areas and to report any emergencies to the helpline numbers provided.

 

The IMD forecasts that the heavy rains will continue over the next 24 hours, with a gradual decrease expected thereafter. The authorities are closely monitoring the situation and will provide regular updates to keep the public informed.

 


An IAS Dream in Multiple Names: The Case of Puja Khedkar's Identity Puzzle

An IAS Dream in Multiple Names: The Case of Puja Khedkar's Identity Puzzle

The IAS officer, Puja Khedkar, applied for PwBD certificates with multiple names from different hosp...
Four army men, including an Officer, died in a terrorist encounter in J&K

Four army men, including an Officer, died in a terrorist encounter in J&K

In the Doda area of Jammu and Kashmir on Monday night, four Indian Army soldiers, including an offic...
Monsoon Updates: The IMD has issued a red alert in Goa, Maharashtra, and Kerala.

Monsoon Updates: The IMD has issued a red alert in Goa, Maharashtra, and Kerala.

The IMD issues red alerts for Maharashtra, Goa, and Kerala. The government declared the schools to b...
48 people died and many were evacuated due to flooding in Assam and Manipur

48 people died and many were evacuated due to flooding in Assam and Manipur

The two northeastern states, Assam and Manipur, are experiencing severe rainfall, and due to the flo...
Top 5 Apps to Boost Your Communication Skills

Top 5 Apps to Boost Your Communication Skills

Discover a range of innovative apps designed to enhance your communication skills without mentioning...
Riches to Renunciation: Gujarat Couple Donates Rs 200 Crore to Embrace Monkhood

Riches to Renunciation: Gujarat Couple Donates Rs 200 Crore to Embrace Monkhood

A Jain couple from Gujarat, inspired by their children's decision to become Jain monks, donated ...
Nithin Kamath Talks About The Huge Risk of Deepfakes

Nithin Kamath Talks About The Huge Risk of Deepfakes

Nithin Kamath, The CEO of Zerodha talked about the rise of deep fakes and its potential dangers as h...
Goswami Vishal Nathdwara: Social Responsibility and a Balanced Life

Goswami Vishal Nathdwara: Social Responsibility and a Balanced Life

The confluence of faith, social responsibility, and a balanced existence emerges as a bright light o...
Neeraj Gupta, president of Buddha Jayanti Park, organized a tree plantation program

Neeraj Gupta, president of Buddha Jayanti Park, organized a tree plantation program

Buddha Jayanti Park plays an important role in keeping the environment pollution free. A special tre...