After days of dry spell, heavy rains on Saturday lashed the metropolis, while Delhi reeled under high humidity levels. In Mumbai, train services on Western and Central line were partially disrupted due to the rain.
The weather department has predicted heavy rains in few parts of Mumbai and suburbs over the next 24 hours.
The city recorded a rainfall of 26.13 mm while the eastern and western suburbs received its share of 21.85 and 10.98 mms respectively since Friday.
The Met department has also forecast thundershowers in parts of the city.
Though rains cooled some parts of northern India on Saturday, Delhi suffered discomfort despite normal temperature due to high humidity. In Delhi, the maximum temperature continued to remain below 40°Celsius but humidity levels went as high as 72 %. While the maximum temperature was 38.9°C, the minimum stood at 30.5 °C.