After witnessing heavy rainfall on June 9, the city has remained considerably dry.
As per a India Meteorological Department (IMD) prediction, "one or two spells of rain/thundershowers in the city and suburbs (are likely) for the next two days".
Earlier yesterday, the Met department downgraded its "heavy to very rainfall" warning for Mumbai and suburbs.
The Colaba and Santacruz observatories of IMD respectively recorded 0.4 mm rainfall and "trace" (drizzling that can not be measured and only can be felt or traced) from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm today.
The relative humidity level also remained high with both the observatories recording 88 per cent and 77 per cent humidity, respectively.
During the first rainfall of the season, suburban train services were disrupted due to water-logging on the tracks. The rain also delayed take-off and landing of flights at the city airport.
Two people were killed in rain-related incidents.
As per Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) officials, catchment areas of seven reservoirs that supply water to the city are dry.
"The catchment areas have remained quite dry so far, so there is no question of reservoirs getting filled. We have sufficient stock of water till July," said an official of the hydraulic department of the BMC.
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