Mumbai witnessed heavy rains along with winds at a cyclone speed of 107 kmph on August 5. The cyclonic wind velocity and rain drew warnings from the city police and the Maharashtra government. South Mumbai was battered as by very heavy rains and winds as unprecedented incidents of flooding were reported at several key spots. Areas like Fort, Churchgate, Marine Drive, Breach Candy, Pedder Road, Haji Ali reported water-logging. Hospitals in South Mumbai were also affected with water entering the casualty ward of JJ Hospital while heavy rains damaged part of the Jaslok Hospital building. The iconic DY Patil stadium suffered damage. Breaking its “all-time” record of the highest 24-hour rain in August, the Colaba observatory recorded 293.8 mm rain ending at 8:30 pm on August 5, highest in 46 years. Colaba observatory was set up in 1841, while the archive data is available from the year 1974. Suburban train services - the lifeline of the financial capital - were stopped at various stretches. City's BEST buses and supply of electricity were also affected. Three high capacity cranes deployed at the Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust in adjoining Raigad district collapsed due to gusty winds in the afternoon of August 5. PM Narendra Modi spoke to Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray and promised all possible support, PM's Office tweeted. Thackeray's Office said he has reviewed the situation in Mumbai and adjoining areas and instructed officials to be alert in view of the heavy rainfall predictions for tomorrow as well. State minister Aaditya Thackeray requested everyone to stay home.