- BMC reported that the Bandra-Worli sea link has now been opened.
- Breezy winds arriving at the speed of 114 kmph and hefty showers lashed Mumbai.
- Tauktae has, in the meantime, debilitated on Tuesday as it crossed Gujarat.
The BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) reported that the Bandra-Worli sea link has now been opened for the drive. It was shut in the wake of Cyclone Tauktae, which unleashed ruin in the seaside locale of Maharashtra.
“Dear Mumbaikars, Bandra-Worli ocean interface is currently open to driving,” a tweet from the BMC said.
The Bandra-Worli sea link was shut for traffic on Monday, taking into account the solid breezes and individuals were approached to take backup ways to go.
Gusty winds reaching the speed of 114 kmph:
Breezy winds arriving at the speed of 114 kmph and hefty showers lashed Mumbai and its adjoining zones on Monday as the “serious cyclonic tempest” Tauktae passed near the coast while moving towards Gujarat. Numerous trees were evacuated, and neighbourhood train administrations upset.
At any rate, 16 individuals were slaughtered as the tornado brushed past the waterfront provinces of Kerala, Karnataka, Goa and Maharashtra, specialists said.
Water-logging happened at 13 areas in Mumbai and seven spots in the western rural areas, as per the BMC.
The city recorded a minimum temperature of 23.7 degrees Celsius:
The city recorded a base temperature of 23.7 degrees Celsius, four degrees underneath ordinary after hefty downpours brought about by the typhoon. A few city pieces enlisted over 300mm of precipitation in 24 hours as of 8.30 am on Tuesday.
Shubhangi Bhute, senior director at the Mumbai office, stated:
As per Shubhangi Bhute, a ranking executive at the Mumbai office of the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the most elevated breeze speed of 108 km each hour was recorded at the Colaba observatory on Monday evening.
Flight activities at Mumbai air terminal stayed suspended for 11 hours before continuing on Monday night. Over 55 flights, both approaching and outbound, were dropped when the air terminal stayed shut.
Tauktae has weakened on Tuesday as it crossed Gujarat:
Tauktae has, in the meantime, debilitated on Tuesday as it crossed Gujarat. More than 200,000 individuals were emptied from their homes in Gujarat, and specialists shut ports and significant air terminals as the tornado made landfall late on Monday, pressing whirlwinds to 210 kmph.
As the IMD stated:
The typhoon, which was sorted as “incredibly extreme”, debilitated to a “serious” storm in the wake of making landfall, the IMD said. The force is set to diminish further in the following not many hours, it added.