Mumbai has already received pre-monsoon showers since Tuesday. The IMD has advised people to remain indoors. Water-logging incidents have been reported in many areas, including Dadar, Bandra, Parel and Andheri, within a span of a few days.

Reports inform that IMD's Colaba observatory has recorded very heavy rain fall of 157mm over the past 12 hours (8.30am-8.30pm) while the Santa Cruz observatory recorded moderate rainfall of 64mm.

13 yrs old Drushti Mukesh Mungra died due to tree fall in Dahisar. She was taken to Rohit Nursing home and declared dead by doctors. Updated info. of the incident received at 9:38 pm from BMC.

A fisherman identified as Steni Admani was struck by lightning in Bhayandar area of Thane, and died on the spot, when he was examining his fishing net at around 6am today, said Shivaji Patil, chief of the District Disaster Control Cell.

In another incident, a woman who was riding pillion on a two-wheeler died after the vehicle rammed into a truck on GB Road and an official said that heavy rains probably caused the accident. The woman has not been identified yet and the man riding the two-wheeler was severely injured and has been admitted to the city civil hospital, the official added.

A portion of Mumbra Bypass collapsed on a house in a chawl near Uday Nagar. Fire brigade present at the site. No casualties/injuries reported. #MumbaiRains

The Indian Meteorological Department has forecast heavy rains with thundershowers in Mumbai and suburbs over the next 48 hours. According to BMC disaster control room, waterlogging has been reported at 11 spots in the city, 3000 BMC staff have been pressed into service.

Flight Services Hit, Delayed by 15-20 Minutes

There are no flight diversions or cancellations. The flights have delayed by 15-20 minutes: Mumbai International Airport Pvt Ltd (MIAL)

As heavy rains in Mumbai left the streets water-logged, locals from Hindmata area say 'BMC should have cleaned the drains earlier, since they had not done anything public are facing problems now. Even after paying taxes we are suffering. This happens every year'

After a heavy downpour since morning, routes were diverted. The following routes has been restored.
1) Road from Madkebua Chowk Parel TT via Bharatmata cinema
2) Road from Madkebua Chowk Parel TT via Bhoivada tata hospital route

Streets water-logged in Mumbai's Andheri area after heavy rain lashed the city. Locals say, 'this has become a routine now. It is next to impossible to travel on the roads. No government has taken any action to solve this persistent problem.'

The areas of Ghatkopar and Vikhroli are facing massive water-logging, with the rainwater piling upto 4 feets in some parts. Here is an image shared by a commuter from Vikhroli:

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Mumbai, June 9: A high alert has been issued in the city over the weekend as the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted "extreme rainfall" along the coastline of Maharashtra and Goa over the weekend. The personnel of Indian Navy and Naval Coast Guard have been kept on standby to avert the potential disaster. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) - the civic body of Mumbai metropolitan region - has cancelled the leaves of all its employees. Stay tuned here for the live news and updates related to Mumbai rains.

Although the rainfall warning was issued since Friday, with residents warned not to venture outside for unnecessitated reasons, there was no downpour reported yesterday. However, heavy showers were witnessed throughout the last night, with waterlogging reported in low-lying parts of the city including Hindmata, Parel and Elphinstone. However, the rainfall has been halted since the morning.

Heavy rains in Mumbai began at 1 am in the night, with water-logging reported in parts of city at 5:30 am. The Colaba observatory recorded 38mm of rainfall overnight, compelling the BMC to send alerts via mobile SMS to residents appealing not to leave their homes.

The fishermen in Mumbai, Konkan and Goa region have been warned against venturing into the coast till June 12 by the IMD. The sea conditions will remain "rough to very rough", the weather department said in its statement.