India, June 30 -- Several areas in south and central Mumbai recorded over 100 millimetres (mm) of rainfall on Monday night after a torrential downpour that lasted for over an hour.

However, suburban Mumbai received significantly less rainfall.

The Colaba-based Regional Meteorological Centre in south Mumbai recorded 101 mm of rainfall in 24 hours, starting from 8:30 am on Monday.

While the corresponding figure for the suburbs, recorded by the Santacruz-based centre, is 11.2 mm.

Location-wise rainfall in Mumbai over the last 24 hours showed Cuffe Parade received 128.7 mm of rains, followed by Worli (114.7 mm), Nariman Point (105 mm), Dadar (105.9 mm) and Byculla (99 mm).

While major areas in the suburbs recorded up to 40 mm of rains ov...