Mumbai rains: Check tide chart here
In the past three hours between 8:30 am and 11:30 am on Wednesday, Santa Cruz in Mumbai has only recorded 3 mm of rain, reports Sky Met weather.
There were alerts about high tide in Mumbai on Tuesday as the city was bracing up for heavy rains.
Mumbaikars usually flock to Marina Drive to see the high tide, which brings in 4-5 metres high tides. The highest of the season was recorded on Sunday at a maximum height of 5.02 m at around 1 pm, reported ANI. Officials warned residents of the rough sea.
Tides are defined as the periodic rise and fall of sea levels caused by the combined effects of gravitational interaction between the Sun, the Earth and the Moon, and the rotation of the Earth.
High tides and low tides occur every day. On a daily basis, there are two high tides and two low tides that occur alternatively after a gap of about 6 hours. During high tides water gushes towards the coast, while in low tides water recedes back.
Clink the link below tide times for Mumbai.