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With the advent of the southwest monsoon, heavy rains whipped parts of Mumbai yesterday. The Western Express Highway witnessed heavy showers as vehicles plied through it.
According to the weather department, there could be an intense spell of rain in isolated places in the districts of Mumbai and Raigad.
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