Mumbai: According to the forecast of the India Meteorological Department (IMD), a high tide of 4.45 meters is expected in Mumbai on Tuesday at 12:47 pm.
Special suburban train services between Bandra and Churchgate by Western Railway have been suspended in the city due to waterlogging due to continuous rains.
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Tuesday stopped bus and train services in Mumbai due to continuous rains, while the city offices were also requested to remain closed.
“Dadar and Prabhadevi on Tuesday witnessed waterlogged roads due to high tide and heavy rains. Special suburban services are operating between Virar, Andheri, and Banda, and have been suspended from Bandra to Churchgate.”
After continuous rains and waterlogging, floodwater entered homes in the residential area of Kandivali on Tuesday.
The Western Express Highway in the Malad area of Mumbai was also blocked due to landslides following heavy rains the night before.
IMD has issued a red alert for the next 48 hours following nonstop rains in areas for Mumbai, North Konkan, and Thane districts of Maharashtra.