The subways in Andheri, Khar and Malad were water-logged, leading to slow-moving traffic, Mumbai police said. Local trains in Mumbai are running behind their dedicated schedule and slow traffic is being reported from several areas after heavy downpour Mumbai last night. The compound wall of Lloyds Estate in Antop Hil in south Mumbai’s Wadala collapsed, taking along 12 parked cars.

 

 

On Sunday private weather forecaster Skymet said “Mumbai recorded the highest amount of rainfall at 110.80 mm between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm”, a Met department official said. “Expect showers to be as intense today as well.”
Last year also the same happened During the August 2017 monsoon, Mumbai experienced heavy rains that disturbed the city’s normal life. Torrential rains hit Mumbai again on September 19, 2017, flooding low-lying areas and crippling rail, road and air traffic of the city. Schools and colleges were forced to shut down.
To prevent this from happening this year, Bombay municipal corporation placed pumps on standby as many low-lying areas in the city reported waterlogging.