Mumbai is under an orange alert today due to heavy rain, which may cause a 15–20 minute delay in suburban rail service.

Mumbai weather: Mumbai, Ratnagiri, and Satara districts are under an orange rain advisory from the India Meteorological Department. For the districts of Palghar, Raigad, Thane, and Pune, a red alert has been issued.
Mumbai is under an orange alert today due to heavy rain, which may cause a 15–20 minute delay in suburban rail service.
On Wednesday, July 19, 2023, people walking through the pouring rain at CSMT in Mumbai, India.

An orange signal has been issued by the India Meteorological Department for today's severe to very heavy rains in Mumbai. An orange alert has also been issued in the Maharashtra districts of Ratnagiri and Satara in addition to Mumbai.

According to the most recent forecast by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), isolated locations in Thane, Raigad, Mumbai, and the ghat areas of Pune are predicted to experience moderate to severe rain spells over the course of the next three to four hours. In addition, the districts of Pune, Raigad, Thane, and Palghar have been placed on red alert due to the monsoon rains that have been falling across the state.

After rain fell in the city, high tides were seen on Marine Drive in Mumbai.

Heavy rains cause a 15-20 minute delay in suburban rail service.
Heavy rains caused at least 77 suburban train trains to be delayed on Western Railway, while suburban train services on the Harbour line are operating 10-15 minutes late. All trains, according to Central Railways, are running smoothly.

On July 21, Mumbai receives 73.62mm of precipitation.
The financial centre experienced 73.62mm of rain on July 21; the heavy rain left roads flooded and made commuting challenging for many.

Due to heavy rains, the administration stops the rescue effort at Irshalwadi village in Raigad.
The rescue effort has been postponed for Friday due to adverse weather conditions. It will go on till early on Saturday. According to NDRF, teams found a total of six bodies today, of whom three were male and three were female.

restored BEST bus routes operating out of Hindmata
The BEST bus services that depart from Hindmata have been reinstated by the BMC. Three bus lines (355, 357, and 360) were previously detoured via Chembur Naka due to water logging that had been occurring in Shel Colony, Chembur, since 2.25pm.

Tomorrow could see severe to very heavy rain in the Palghar district, according to the IMD, which has also issued a "Orange" signal for Mumbai, Thane, Raigad, and Ratnagiri.

Isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall is expected to persist over Mumbai for the next two days, according to yesterday's IMD advisory. On July 20th and 21st, there may be a few isolated, exceptionally heavy downpours in the Konkan and Goa regions of Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.The Andheri-Kurla Road has reportedly seen severe water logging.