Mumbai rains Live Updates: Death toll in Malad wall collapse up to 28
The India Meterological Department, Mumbai, predicted a generally cloudy sky with intermittent rain on Thursday
MUMBAI: Rains continued to last the maximum city on Thursday with several parts of the city experiencing moderate downpour. A high tide of is expected to hit Mumbai at 1:20 pm. The maximum temperature will hover around 30 degrees Celcius while the minimum around 24 degrees Celcius. The India Meterological Department, Mumbai, predicted a generally cloudy sky with intermittent rain on Thursday.
Meanwhile, the death toll in wall collapse in Pimpripada area of Malad East rose to 28 on Wednesday.
Here are the live updates of Mumbai rains:
July saw very heavy rains on the first day itself with the city seeing 375 mm rainfall in 24 hours, which is the highest July 24-hour rain in a decade, reported Skymet weather.
A high tide of is expected to hit Mumbai at 1:20 pm on Thursday, stated Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). A low tide is also expected at 7:21 in the evening today: ANI
Rains lash Mumbai's King Circle, Dadar, Kurla and Wadala.
India received 6% less rainfall than the 50-year average in the week ended on July 3, data from the India Meteorological Department (IMD) showed.