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Mumbai rains: High Tide hits Mumbai, Maharashtra Measuring 4.24 metres

Mumbai rains: High Tide hits Mumbai, Maharashtra Measuring 4.24 metres :- Mumbai! There are lot’s of issues generated fort the Mumbai, because of it’s a just one reason behind it, before two days Mumbai getting troubled with the rain and last 24 hours it’s continuous . Now High tide will be coming in the Mumbai and the high tide measuring 4.24 meters hits in the Mumbai city.

Mumbai rains High tide measuring 4.24 meters hits

According to from the update’s, Where The Brihanmumbai Mahanagar Palika”BMC” and the India Meteorological Department (IMD) have also predicted about the rains will continuous in the Maharashtra state and also in the Mumbai for a week.

The Brihanmumbai Mahanagar Palika also given the advice for the rain and coming to the high tide hitting the Mumbai city on a Sunday evening.

The Brihanmumbai Mahanagar Palika and the India Meteorological Department have also pre-clarified that the rains will continue for next few day’s in Maharashtra state also in the Mumbai city .

At a time with the rains high tide measuring correctly 4.24 meters has hit the circumlittoral region.

In the Mumbai the last five days, there was just 24 hour’s rainfall which generated the problems for the water logging in the several areas of the Mumbai city also a problem with the traffic at the Sion Junction, Worli, Mumbai Central, and Lalbaug, Byculla mean different area’s of the city.

In the Mumbai city afternoon, the both are local trains Central and Harbour line came to a camp for the stranding passengers .

The train lines between the station Dombivali and the Kalyan where the due to rain problems the passengers are standing there.

From the repot’s where the rains were continuous of the last fifth consecutive day. On the last night where Colaba and Santacruz calculating the rainfall of 26.8 mm and 50 mm systematically.
So it’s a big problem for the Mumbai and when it does not end then no one thing about the traveling and nearby the sea, be safe.

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