Orange alert in Mumbai as heavy rains lash city

04 Sep 2019 10:58 AM

Orange alert in Mumbai as heavy rains lash city

Updated 04 Sep 2019 10:58 AM

Very heavy rains lashed Mumbai for second consecutive day on Wednesday with most places receiving more than 100 mm of rainfall. The local train services have been hit due to water impoundment at tracks. Three lines including Harbour lines, Central line, Western Line were running 15 minutes late in the morning. The weather department has issued an orange alert keeping in view the torrential downpour, which has flooded most of the residential localities

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