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    Mumbai Rain, Local Trains & Traffic on Roads Live News Updates: India Meteorological Department’s (IMD) Santacruz and Colaba stations recorded a three digit rainfall in the last 24-hours. “The Santacruz station of Mumbai IMD recorded 163 mm of rainfall, while Colaba registered 107 mm of showers in last 24-hours,” IMD-Mumbai, director, Sunil Kamble told PTI.

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    Mumbai Rain, Local Trains & Traffic on Roads Live News Updates: Traffic is moving very slowly on Western Express Highway. Heavy snarls were reported between Borivli and Malad area. Similar situation is being witnessed on Eastern Express Highway.

  • 10:37 AM IST

    Mumbai Rain, Local Trains & Traffic on Roads Live News Updates: Local trains on Central and Harbour lines are running more or less on time despite heavy downpour. Local train services on Western line are on time.

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Mumbai, July 18: Mumbai crawls on Tuesday as well as heavy rainfall continues to disrupt normal life and transport services, including local trains. While local train services on Harbour and Western lines are running on time, trains on Central line are running 15-20 minutes behind the schedule. Authorities fear continuous rainfall may cause waterlogging at some station, disrupting local train services. Mumbai will continue to witness heavy downpour in next 48 hours, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD). We will be updating live on Mumbai rain and status of local trains and traffic across the city.

Torrential rain since past 30 hours has disrupted normal life in Mumbai. Heavy rainfall has caused water-logging at several places resulting traffic problems in many parts of the city. Traffic snarls at Linking Road in Bandra, SV Road, VM Road, Kurla, Matunga due to waterlogging. On the Western Express Highway, slow moving traffic was reported between Borivli and Andheri. Heavy rains in Mumbai led to the cancellation and delay of several local trains on Monday.

According to the IMD, Mumbai will witness heavy to very heavy rainfall in the next 48 hours. Between 8.30am and 8.30pm on Monday, the city recorded 126.6mm rain in just 12 hours. The rain also helped bring down temperatures, which fell 2 degrees Celsius below normal. Mumbaikars took to Twitter to update about the traffic movement and local trains for their fellow Mumbaikars. Social media is flooded with images of traffic jam and waterlogging. Stay connected with us to get latest updates on Mumbai rains, local train services and other news from the financial capital of the country.