'Mumbai Rains' trends on Twitter as major areas waterlogged; Netizens share PICS & videos

Amid the heavy rains in several parts of Mumbai, many areas are facing waterlogging. Twitterati took to social media to share insights into the live situation in Mumbai due to the rain.

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Published on 16 July 2021 11:00 AM GMT

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Friday seems to have began on a drenched note for Mumbaikars as heavy rains lashed out in many parts of the city. The heavy rainfall that began in the night and continued till morning, left several parts of the city waterlogged. Due to the waterlogging schedules of trains was also affected and many of them were running late. Not just this, owing to waterlogging in many parts, buses also were diverted and routes were changed. Amid this, Mumbaikars also began sharing weather updates via photos and videos on Twitter.

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As per the regional meteorological centre, the rain may continue in different parts of the city for the next 24 hours. Amid this, the 'aam aadmi' took to social media to share their plight. A user shared video of his waterlogged street and wrote, "#MumbaiRains we have water logging at our place , this monsoon , if it rains heavy for couple of hours , in no time we have water logging." Another wrote, "There's nothing romantic and pretty about Bombay ki baarish. So much garbage. #MumbaiRains." Several users also shared how due to rains, many were running late for work.

Some even tried to look at the positive side of the rain like the mercury dipping. Others even saw the opportunity to romance. A user wrote, "The monsoons have a special ability to turn dull Andheri into romantic Udaipur! #MumbaiRains" Another wrote, "Thank you rain god for giving me this weather with a holiday.#MumbaiRains."

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