Heavy rains lashed Mumbai's suburbs on Thursday with the India Meteorological Department forecasting intense spells continuing in isolated places in the city.
At least two persons died in as many incidents of building collapse during the day, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation said.
The IMD issued 'Orange' alert -- which means 'stay prepared' -- for the city.
Rains caused water-logging in Matunga, Dadar, Santacruz, Bandra and Antop Hill areas, he said.
The Santacruz weather station in the suburbs recorded 129.4 mm rain between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm on Thursday.
The Colaba weather bureau in Island City reported 18.8 mm rain during the same period.
Areas like Bandra and Mahalaxmi in the city had received 201 mm and 129 mm rainfall, respectively, between 8:30 am on Wednesday and 6:30 am on Thursday.
IMAGE: People push a car through a waterlogged street after it broke down during heavy rainfall in Mumbai. Photograph: Francis Mascarenhas/Reuters
IMAGE: Vehicles ply on flooded Tilak Road during rain, at Santacruz West in Mumbai. Photograph: PTI Photo
IMAGE: Commuters wade through a waterlogged street during heavy rainfall, at Parel in Mumbai. Photograph: PTI Photo
IMAGE: A vendor pushes his cart on a waterlogged street following heavy rainfall, in Mumbai. Photograph: Mitesh Bhuvad/PTI Photo
IMAGE: Locals visit the Parsik Hills waterfall following monsoon rains, in Navi Mumbai. Photograph: Mitesh Bhuvad/PTI Photo
IMAGE: A worker gives a signal for vehicles to move on a flooded road following heavy monsoon rain, in Mumbai. Photograph: PTI Photo
IMAGE: Passengers push a bus after it broke down on a flooded road following heavy monsoon rain, at Wadala. Photograph: PTI Photo
IMAGE: Hindmata area in Mumbai flooded after heavy rainfall. Photograph: Sahil Salvi