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Mumbai Rains: High Tide to hit Mumbai at 4:30 pm; Stay safe and cooperate with the cops

Mumbai Rains: High Tide to hit Mumbai at 4:30 pm; Stay safe and cooperate with the cops
Written by Priyanka sarangi

Mumbai is a city which receives rain in a huge amount every year, has witnessed rain again this year and is creating havoc all over. The city is all set to drench in showers in the next 48 hours according to the reports by Mumbai Police. Not only this, several cases of water-logging have also been reported in several parts of the city.

The Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis also reported that Tweet alerts from the Disaster Management Office that the situation is being monitored well and everything is under control. But a few minutes back, the Twitter account of the Mumbai Police informed that at 4:30 pm today, Mumbai will be hit by High Tide. Not only this heavy to very heavy rainfall warning has been issued for Maharashtra for the regions of northern Konkan. The Met department in Mumbai is said to have predicted very heavy rainfall in the next four hours in Mumbai, and also at Alibag beach.

Water-logging have also been reported at places like Andheri East, Jogeshwari station, Khar west, Lower Parel, Hindmata, Dadar, Elphinstone, Eastern Express Highway and many more places and creating a huge problem for the people who are already on roads for one or the other work. Due to this reason, two Mumbai flights have also been diverted and delay have also been reported.

With one hour for the High tide to hit Mumbai, its better to reach home as soon as possible and stay safe with your family and friends and also alert the others near you.

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Priyanka sarangi

Journalist by profession, music lover by passion. Love to write and edit content on different topics of entertainment beat. Love to travel but only with my favorite people.