Heavy rains lashed Mumbai on Friday causing waterlogging in several low-lying areas even as the weather bureau declared active monsoon conditions over north Konkan, including Mumbai, on Friday.
Mumbai and its suburbs were hit by intense showers, which are expected to continue throughout the weekend.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) had on Thursday predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall at isolated places in Mumbai and adjoining coastal districts, and issued an orange alert for the next two days.
Menawhile, Mumbai Police has urged people to remain indoors and not venture out after the IMD issued warning for Friday and Saturday.
On Thursday, the India Meteorological Department had predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall at several places in Mumbai and adjoining coastal districts.
The weather agency had issued an ‘orange alert’ for the next two days. An orange alert implies that authorities should be prepared to handle any situation arising out of severe weather conditions.
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