Heavy rains have lashed the city of Mumbai today and just like every other monsoon in Mumbai, water-logging and traffic are at their peak.
#MumbaiRains and #mumbaimonsoons started trending on Twitter with several people sharing pictures and videos of flooded streets.
Rain water entering inside @Central_Railway area at #ThaneStation on #MumbaiSuburbanNetwork due to heavy #MumbaiRains since morning. Railway blames #ThaneMunicipalCorporation for waterlogging at the station. @HTMumbai @htTweets @shailesh505 @SachinKalbag @iAroosaAhmed pic.twitter.com/IBm2ch6WTf— Kailash Korde (@kkorde01) June 28, 2019
And how could Twitter do without meme-ing the Mumbai rains.
It just takes 30 mins of #MumbaiRains for an average Mumbaikar to go from - Oh Wow! -to- What the Hell!— Atul Khatri (@one_by_two) June 28, 2019
Has Hindmata Junction turned into Hindmata Mahasagar yet?#MumbaiRains— Atul Khatri (@one_by_two) June 28, 2019
@Olacabs You seriously gotta be kidding me! The distance is just 20 KMS! For this rate I'll reach Delhi from Mumbai in third tier AC Garib Rath. #olacabs #MumbaiRains #MumbaiTraffic pic.twitter.com/YP44an3dib— Vijay Chhatbar (@cuttingchai666) June 28, 2019
<Starts raining in Mumbai>— meghnad (@Memeghnad) June 28, 2019
<2 minutes later>
Mumbai Twitter: "OMG It's RAINING AGAIN! JUST LIKE LAST YEAR! AND THE YEAR BEFORE THAT! WE'RE DROWNINGGGG! #MumbaiRains"
#MumbaiRains summed up in three points -— Zenobia (@this_is_zenobia) June 28, 2019
1. WHY IS IT NOT RAINING? IT'S SO HOT 😭
2. Please stop raining! This is too much 😭
3. The monsoon is irregular again this year. It didn't even rain properly. Last year this time we were drenched.
Weather reports have suggested that Mumbai will witness heavy to very heavy rains within the next 24-36 hours.