Mumbai Rains: Red alert issued for tomorrow in Mumbai, Thane & Palghar | India News – India TV
The website discusses the heavy rainfall situation in Mumbai and its neighboring areas, leading to significant disruptions in the region. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued alerts for various regions, with an ‘orange’ alert for Mumbai today and a ‘yellow’ alert for tomorrow. Moreover, ‘red’ alerts have been declared for Palghar, Raigad, Pune, and Satara on Wednesday, and an ‘orange’ alert for Thane, Mumbai, and Ratnagiri.
In response to the heavy rainfall alert, the Maharashtra Chief Minister ordered the closure of all schools in Mumbai to ensure the safety of students. Similarly, Gadchiroli District Collector declared a holiday for all schools and colleges in the district due to the anticipated heavy rainfall.
The heavy rains have severely impacted transportation, with local train services and road traffic being significantly affected. To facilitate employees’ safe return home, government offices in Mumbai and the neighboring regions were ordered to close early.
The Central Railway had to divert some mail and express trains and cancel a few trains between Mumbai and Pune due to the adverse weather conditions. Additionally, the Kalyan-Kasara section’s train services near Mumbai had to be stopped due to the heavy rain.
Overall, the website emphasizes the severity of the situation and highlights the measures being taken to mitigate the impacts of the ongoing heavy rainfall and waterlogging in the affected areas.
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