Mumbai Police said, "India Meteorological Department (IMD), has shared forecast of heavy to very heavy rainfall (upto 200 mm) in the next 24 hours. We request Mumbaikars to take precautions and ensure safety."

Train movement towards Mumbai-Pune line on Central Railway route after a boulder fell on the down line between Thakurwadi-Monkey Hill at 1515 hours. Down line and Middle line affected.

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) issued a clarification and denied reports of a bike falling into a manhole in Chembur. A video is being widely shared with the caption that a bike fell into a manhole in Chembur. However, BMC said it didn't happen in Mumbai.

"This video is not from Mumbai. We request all the citizens to please verify facts before circulating such content, which could lead to unnecessary panic," BMC tweeted.

A flood-like situation is being witnessed in Kharghar where roads are waterlogged after incessant rains.

There are reports of a traffic jam on the Lalbaug flyover as a truck has driven over the divider and is now stuck. 

As per Skymet Weather, Santacruz has recorded 122 mm of rains in 6 hours today.

Flight operations resumed at Mumbai Airport after 09:31 am. A flight delay of 30-45 minutes is being reported due to rains.

There are reports of severe waterlogging in the Mahape area in Navi Mumbai. Mumbaikars are tweeting images of the roads in the area completely waterlogged.

Local train services on Central and Western lines are severely hit due to flooded tracks at some stations. According to officials, several trains have been cancelled due to flooding on the tracks.

A huge portion of a compound wall collapsed in Andheri area following heavy rains. The wall collapse incident is captured on a mobile camera by a neighbour. Watch the video below:

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Mumbai, July 8: A couple of spells of heavy rains on Monday lashed Mumbai and surrounding areas such Thane, Kalyan and Badlapur, causing waterlogging in some areas and affecting flight operations at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport. Waterlogging was reported at Gandhi Market near King's Circle and Sion Road. Catch live updates on Mumbai rains and status of local trains, traffic and flights.

While some areas in Mumbai witnessed light rains, Andheri, Bandra and Ghatkopar saw heavy rainfall. Traffic movement was affected on several junctions due to waterlogging after a heavy downpour. Local train services, however, on Central, Harbour, Western and Tran Harbour lines were normal despite heavy showers. Flight movement was suspended at the Mumbai airport due to low visibility.

"Due to heavy rains, visibility is changing every minute. Since 9:15 am, the visibility at the airport is fluctuating. There is a delay due to weather. No cancellation as of now but three diversions took place till now," a spokesperson told news agency ANI. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted intermittent showers in the city with heavy to very heavy rainfalls at isolated places. High tides are expected at 4.18 pm.

Heavy rains lash North India, watch video:

Mumbai received the first heavy rainfall of the monsoon season on June 28. On July 1, the financial capital came to a standstill after receiving the record rainfall. Mumbai received 375 mm of rainfall on Monday, making it the maximum July downpour that the city has seen over a 24-hour period, breaking the record of 1974. Flight operations at the Mumbai airport were also hit severely due to heavy rains.