Heavy rains continued for the third day in a row in Mumbai and its suburbs. Rainfall has also increased in Konkan. Waterlogging has affected traffic in many parts of Mumbai. The Mumbai Municipal Corporation has said that the stagnant water has receded and the traffic has resumed smoothly.
Between 80-100mm of rain per hour fell from the night of the 29th to the dawn of the 30th in Daejeon, Sejong, and Chungnam regions of South Korea. The rain caused damage such as flooding of houses and roads. Heavy rain warnings have been issued to Daejeon and Gyeryong, Geumsan, and Nonsan on the morning of the 30th.
Heavy rains have pounded northeastern part of Japan causing extensive flooding. No deaths have been recorded, but authorities did say that one person was injured. The overnight downpour caused major rivers to burst their banks, leading to floods in residential areas.
A majority of flood victims in Japan have opted to shelter in their own cars for fear of the coronavirus pandemic. Evacuees have flocked the shelters, but are forced to stay in the parking lots. “Shelters should be reserved for those with no other alternatives,” one nonprofit organization said.
Heavy rains continue pounding Japan, causing deadly floods in the southern part of the country. The floods have triggered landslides that have destroyed homes and made roads impassable. As of Thursday the death toll had risen to 59 as search and rescue operations continue.