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Watch Video High tide at Gateway of India in Mumbai Today 3 July

Watch Video High tide at Gateway of India in Mumbai Today 3 July :- Mumbai getting lot’s of trouble because after the heavenly rainfall the high tide rising at the Gateway of India in Mumbai, Where the around next seven days the condition of the Mumbai will be extremely critical.

High tide at Gateway of India in Mumbai INDIA

Because the starting of the heavy rainfall Days , the weather Summary has confirmed that Heavy rain (total 301mm) which is the reason of the high tides in the Mumbai city.

High tide at Gateway of India in Mumbai

Massive rains strapped the Mumbai port in the last 24 hours with local train co-operation running 10-15 minutes behind the plan, although no occurrence of water-logging was announced so notably.

According to Regional Meteorological Station, south Mumbai got 60.8 mm rainfall, during Santacruz (western areas) reported 77 mm rainfalls in the far 24 hours.

Weather reports have further divided huge to extremely heavy rainfall in the following 24 hours in the whole Konkan area, containing Mumbai.

“We are investigating the weather forecast. But first comments are that rains may remain in Mumbai as healthy as different sections of Maharashtra and Goa,” a MeT administration official announced.

As by Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) weather service, even rain was held in the local regions while the island city showed healthy rainfall in last four hours now.

A BMC emergency command control chamber president informed that the land city showed high tide today, East area also. The official said as through the power chambers, which further controls city rail and highway transportation, local settings of Central Railway and Western Railroad was told to be working late for 10-15 minutes.

So there are the large problem to generated by the rainfall and also from the high tide and in the Mumbai all work of are stopped due to high tide and also the weather forecast says this condition will be re-generated for the next seven days if the rail fill will not be stopped soon.

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