Mumbai, June 26: The Meteorological Department has anticipated overwhelming precipitation in Mumbai in the following 24 hours and has exhorted anglers against wandering into the ocean.
Mumbai city and its abutting regions are encountering precipitation from the most recent 48 hours while it recorded more than 64 mm in the most recent 24 hours.
Be that as it may, ordinary life has very little been influenced by precipitation as there has been no significant instances of water logging or congested road and nearby prepares are running pretty much on time.
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) authorities guaranteed that there has been no instance of tree felling or avalanche amid the most recent 12 hours.
The relentless downpours have cut down the temperature to a degree, with Colaba recording a base temperature of 25.8 degrees Celsius and Santa Cruz 24.2 degrees Celsius.