Vasai, Virar Nallasopara, Mumbai has witnessed heavy rainfall in last 2 days and this rainfall will continue as per the prediction of Indian Meteorological Department. Videos and photos are getting viral on whatsapp and facebook, where waterlogging can be seen from different parts of Mumbai.
26th July Flood is always used to refer to the day when the city of Mumbai came to a standstill due to flooding. A large number of people were stranded on the roads, lost their homes while many walked long distances back home from work that evening. The floods were caused by the eighth heaviest-ever recorded 24-hour rainfall figure of 944 mm (37.17 inches) which lashed the metropolis on 26 July 2005, and intermittently continued for the next day. There are many things to know about this unfortunate day.
Today the Situaion is little Worse in mumbai and adjoining areas such as Malad, Hindmata, Chembur, Elphinstone, Vikroli. The Situation is Worse in thane & Palghar Area such as Vasai, Virar Nallasopara, Kalyan, Kalwa, Airoli etc. The People are advised not to leave House unless Emergency as the schools and colleges are also closed today and most of the offices are also not Operating today.
Heavy rains lashed several parts of Mumbai and its adjoining areas – Thane and Vasai-Virar belt today. The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rains in the next 48 hours in Mumbai and adjoining areas. It has been raining in Mumbai for the past few hours. A high tide, with maximum height of 5.02 metres, is expected at 6 pm
Due to heavy rainfall, waterlogging was reported in many areas of Mumbai, Thane, Vasai-Virar and also at Kalwa and Mumbra stations.
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