The rainfall being recorded by the automatic weather stations between 27th August at 8am and August 28 at 8am was 102 mm.
The BMC appealed to people not to step out of their home unless absolutely necessary, while the entire civic force - Mumbai Police, Fire Brigade and other agencies - were on high alert to combat the situation. It was also stated that all flights from Goa to Mumbai were delayed due to the prevailing bad weather conditions and incessant rain in the nation's commercial capital.
Downpours returned to Mumbai early this week with more than 380 mm (15 inches) falling in parts of the city from Monday into Tuesday.
Tuesday was the first occasion since 2005 when not just the flood-prone areas but also the roads and railway tracks across the city and its suburbs were flooded. The local trains have also been resumed on most of the stretches as water levels are receding in most parts of the city. Tuesday's rain was the heaviest since July 2005, when floods paralysed the city.
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"However in the next few hours Mumbai and adjourning areas are likely to get fairly widespread rainfall, which will be heavy in few pockets".
Numerous more than 5,000 dabbawallahs were left stranded in the city overnight, a spokesman for the Mumbai Dabbawallha Association told the Press Trust of India. Suburban train services, the city's lifeline depended upon by over 6.5 million commuters partially resumed this morning on all the three lines - Western, Central and Harbour.
"Evacuation of all stranded passengers is priority and trains will be run throughout the night, if required", it said.
"The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rainfall for today".
The residents of Mumbai are still not getting any relief from the rain. "Even we are stranded", said Amitesh Kumar, joint commissioner of police.
India, Nepal and Bangladesh all suffer frequent flooding during the monsoon rains which begin in June and last till September or October.