Tragedy strikes Gujarat’s Junagadh as heavy rains trigger a ‘red alert,’ while Mumbai’s showers relentlessly persist, bringing chaos. Top updates.

After heavy rainfall on Saturday, Mumbai will see some relief as the India Meteorological Department (IMD) downgrades the ‘orange’ alert to ‘yellow’ for Sunday. Thane and Palghar also get downgraded from ‘red’ to ‘orange,’ while Raigad remains under the ‘orange’ alert.

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Due to continuous heavy rains in Mumbai, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) health department issues a leptospirosis advisory due to increased cases this season.

A 19-year-old man, Deepak Kumar Paswan, from Murbad in Thane was found dead on the riverbank after he went missing following his workday.

Following the tragic landslide in Irshalwadi, Raigad administration imposes prohibitory orders, and the death toll rises to 27 with 81 people still missing.

Heavy rainfall in Gujarat’s Navsari district causes a five-seven km traffic jam on the national highway, leading to disruptions in traffic flow.

The IMD predicts widespread rainfall with isolated heavy showers in Saurashtra, Kutch, and Gujarat regions, with a red alert issued for multiple districts.

Junagadh in Gujarat experiences a flood-like situation with vehicles and cattle swept away in gushing waters, prompting rescues of stranded individuals.

Tragedy strikes as a father and son drown in their car near Silvassa town in Dadra and Nagar Haveli district while trying to cross a low-lying bridge during fast-moving waters.

In Navsari city, a man and his son get swept away in a swollen drain, and rescue efforts are underway.

Fishermen are warned to avoid venturing along the north Gujarat coast from July 22 to July 26 due to expected squally weather conditions

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