Monsoon-related problems in Mumbai: Inundated roads and gridlock recorded in widely shared posts on X


Today, July 8, Mumbai is predicted to experience moderate to heavy rains, with the risk of thunderstorms at night.There was a lot of rain in Mumbai, which caused waterlogging and severe traffic in many districts. The rain caused delays for the local train services. Mumbai is anticipated to experience moderate to heavy rainfall today, July 8, with the risk of thunderstorms at night, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD).Many people took to social media during a severe rainstorm in the city to share pictures, videos, and their opinions about the Mumbai rains. They have been posting eye-catching images of flooded streets and the ensuing traffic interruption to daily life.

Local train services between Kasara and Titwala stations were suspended on Sunday due to a tree that fell on the lines as a result of thunderstorms and rain. In addition, the soil on the lines between the Atgaon and Thansit stations cracked on Sunday due to a tree that fell on the rails and blocked the Vashind station. Train services were disrupted on the very busy tracks as a result of this. It is expected that train service on these routes will start up again on Monday.The Central Railway’s suburban services were impacted by Maharashtra’s severe rains, which resulted in waterlogging on tracks and stations.

“Train services are affected at Sion and between Bhandup and Nahur stations,” the CRPO stated in a statement. Trains were halted for about an hour because rainwater was above the railway lines. Right now. With the water level somewhat lower now, trains

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