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Passengers were abandoned at Sion railroad station in Mumbai due to waterlogging.

Mumbai: Several pieces of Mumbai got weighty precipitation on Tuesday late evening prompting waterlogging in certain regions including Sion and Goregaon.

Travelers were abandoned at Sion railroad station in Mumbai due to waterlogging.

As indicated by India Meteorological Department (IMD), rural Mumbai saw real precipitation of 23.4 mm on Tuesday, a flight of 129 percent from the ordinary rainfall.

#WATCH Maharashtra: Passengers were abandoned at Sion railroad station in Mumbai yesterday due to waterlogging following substantial storm in the zone. pic.twitter.com/cR3h3yCEab

— ANI (@ANI) September 22, 2020

The climate division has anticipated ”for the most part shady sky with hefty downpour” for Mumbai on Wednesday.

The most extreme temperature in Mumbai is assessed to be 32 degrees Celsius on Wednesday while the base temperature is anticipated to be 26 degrees Celsius, it said.

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