Mumbai received the highest rainfall on Tuesday, while half a dozen districts went completely dry, as per the district-wise data of Maharashtra released on Wednesday by the IMD. The Mumbai suburbs were clobbered with 184.3 mm rainfall, against the normal of 19.4 mm, which was 850 per cent higher.

All 4 lines between Vasai Road-Virar working now. Local trains running from Churchgate to Dahanu Road with speed restriction in Nallasopara-Virar, tweeted Western Railway:

List of Trains (S/T) Short Terminated, Reversed (EX) & Rescheduled Released by Western Railway. Check out the tweet below in order to get information on the trains that have been short terminated:

Train No. 19218 Jamnagar - Bandra Terminus Saurashtra Janata Express of 10.07.18 has been short terminated at Palghar and will be reversed as Train No. 12971 from Palghar at 22.55 hrs:

6th local train since morning left Virar at 10.20 hours towards Churchgate. 8.50 hours local from Churchgate extended from Vasai Road to Virar in down direction tweeted Western Railway:

Now we expect rains over Mumbai to reduce. But heavy rain may reappear around July 14th tweeted Skymet Weather:

Train No. 59439 Mumbai Central - Ahmedabad Passenger of 11.07.18 has been cancelled tweeted Western Railway:

12542 LTT-Gorakhpur Express scheduled departure at 11.10 hours on 11.7.2018 is *RESCHEDULED* at 12.40 hours on 11.7.2018 (Delay by 1 hour 30 minutes). Inconvenience caused is regretted, tweeted Central Railway:

There are reports of waterleak from Kurla Railway station from the rooftop and waterlogging has been reported from the Kurla station railway tracks too. Sion station has also been affected as there are reports of waterlogging at the entry and exit spot of Sion station on Central Railway.

Massive traffic jam at Western Express Highway due to Metro crane break down at Pushpa Park in Mumbai.

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Mumbai, July 11: Incessant rains lashed Mumbai and its neighbouring areas crippling life in the city for the fifth consecutive day on Wednesday.  The heavy downpour flooded streets, rail tracks and disrupted traffic in various areas across the city. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy to very heavy rain till Thursday. The Tulsi lake, which is a major source of supply water also overflowed due to the heavy showers in the city.

According to reports, the heavy rainfall on Tuesday was believed to be the highest of the season so far in a day. Water-logging was reported from several low-lying areas in Mumbai with people seen wading through knee-deep water. Vehicles on many roads were seen crawling because of the rain and low visibility, while potholes compounded the problem.

According to Western Railways, about 450 passengers were rescued by a team of NDRF from 12928 Vadodara Express which was standing between Nallsopara and Virar amidst waterlogging on Tuesday. Reports informed that all passengers were been brought to Nallasopara station and buses were arranged to transport them.

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said the Maharashtra government is keeping a close watch on the situation in Mumbai and its neighbouring areas, especially in Palghar district amid heavy rains. On Tuesday, the India Meteorological Department's Colaba observatory (for the Mumbai city) recorded 165.8 mm rainfall in the 24-hour period of 8.30 am yesterday till 8.30 am today. The Santacruz observatory, which records rainfall for the suburban Mumbai, reported 184.3 mm rainfall in the same period.