The city gauged a whopping 298 mm of rainfall, the highest in a day in August since 1997. The disaster management team and Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) are on alert that any time people may need them for help.
On Tuesday, the city received about 5 inches (127 millimeters) of rain and it's already hamstrung infrastructure collapsed.
Nearly a month's worth of rainfall fell in a single day, with all schools and colleges remaining shut on Wednesday amid forecasts of further heavy downpours.
The MET department has made a forecast that part of north Konkan, including Mumbai, will receive very heavy to extremely heavy rain (almost 200mm of rainfall) until Wednesday.
The weatherman believes that this could be worse than the floods Mumbai faced in July 2005, which caused a lot of damage to the city and the people as well.
Mumbaikars, under the hashtag "Rain Hosts", have been tweeting their locations and addresses, and inviting the ones who are stranded outside to their homes for warmth, electricity, tea, food et cetera. Trains on this section resumed around midnight last night and more services were started around 7 am.
Incessant rain flooded low-lying areas of Mumbai and paralysed train services used by hundreds of thousands of commuters daily, with many stranded at stations.
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Since Tuesday morning, many parts of Mumbai and suburbs were inundated with up to three to four feet of water on the highways, main and arterial roads, bylanes, housing complexes, railway stations and even the Mumbai Airport. "The staff had not reached home yesterday and has not come to work today", said Bharat Jain, 52, a distributor for consumer packaged goods companies like Godrej Consumer Products Ltd and Marico Ltd, in Masjid Bunder.
Commuters wade through waist-height water at Hindamatha in Parel as heavy rains lash the city on Tuesday.
"I had to stay the night at my office because train services were cancelled".
The residents of Mumbai are still not getting any relief from the rain.
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.
But Mumbai already has had about 2,000 mm of rainfall this monsoon season (since June) which is more than normal.