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.
#MumbaiRains: Heavy rain lashes #Mumbai causing water-logging and traffic jams in several parts of the city pic.twitter.com/mhEfxGBCSa— Doordarshan News (@DDNewsLive) June 28, 2019
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
Ah good old days. As usual #Juhu is drowning in #MumbaiRains. It seems @mybmc is just as prepared for the monsoon as #SouthAfrica was for the #CWC19 . pic.twitter.com/XcOHQacSwY— Dhruv Bhatt (@DhruvRBhatt) June 28, 2019
CST road, Santacruz East.#MumbaiRains pic.twitter.com/oGcvEfhqzM— devarshi (@devarshimankad) June 28, 2019
#MumbaiRains: Rainfall leads to water logging in Dharavi area in Mumbai.— Ranjit Kanan Atman (@KananRanjit) June 28, 2019
Water logging in just 2 hours of rain … Wonder what is #BMC doing #MumbaiRains pic.twitter.com/zKx3p7RQoo— Richa Patel (@RichaSPatel) June 28, 2019
#MumbaiRains just the starting and Andheri is already like this🤨😶 pic.twitter.com/vaxStU8Zxd— Nisha Shah 🇮🇳 (@nishh_s) June 28, 2019
And how could Twitter do without meme-ing the Mumbai rains.
Ola, uber & auto wallah’s now#MumbaiRains pic.twitter.com/jd4rAU3bIt— Babubhaiyaa (@Xposer8) June 28, 2019
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
Ola,uber ,taxi and auto drivers today in Mumbai:— PRACHI (@MohantoShibani) June 28, 2019
#MumbaiRains #mumbaimonsoon pic.twitter.com/0a3Es8Jpmn
<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“
Ola, Uber and Auto drivers today…. #MumbaiRains🤣😃 pic.twitter.com/XHLZ4INmvK— OmkarTheMentor (@Mentorspeaks) June 28, 2019
This is so true ..#MumbaiRains #bindasladki pic.twitter.com/MrKwVFGrnq— Bindas Ladki (@bindasladki) June 28, 2019
#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.
Me taking leave from college due to rain— Pawan Yadav (@pawanyadav4110) June 28, 2019
*My Uncle who crossed rivers to attend college.#MumbaiRains pic.twitter.com/4gPQYm5wLT
[Interview]— Shruti Panhalkar (@panhalkarshruti) June 28, 2019
Interviewer: What is your greatest strength?
Me: Reaching office on time during #MumbaiRains
Bmc to Mumbai people complaining about potholes #MumbaiRains pic.twitter.com/J4YxrhNJAD— Labdhi Shah (@honey1925) June 28, 2019
Mumbai monsoon acted like a corporate employee. Procrastinated for the whole month and today it is like ‘Saare mahine ka kaam aaj hi kar deta hu’#MumbaiRains #mumbaimonsoon #MumbaiRain— Pranav deo (@iampranavdeo) June 28, 2019
#MumbaiRain #mumbaimonsoon— Sunny (@MemesMakethMan) June 28, 2019
Me after waking up, finding a reason to not go to work pic.twitter.com/vEZOcw4VOX
Standing at the door of a local train during #MumbaiRains. pic.twitter.com/kNevInO9t1— IMRAN KHAN (@imranmkkhan) June 28, 2019
Weather reports have suggested that Mumbai will witness heavy to very heavy rains within the next 24-36 hours.