Due to rainfall in the upper areas of the dam and continuous inflow into it, water was being discharged from all its 27 gates.
A boulder from a hillock crashed on the house of Anil Singh at Waghralpada in Rajavali area of Vasai around 6.30 am and he died.
Bhopal recorded 92 mm rain since Monday night, which was 133% more than the same period last year.
Rains claim 14 lives in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh; Khadakwasla dam water to be discharged in Pune's Mutha river
Three persons were missing in Maharashtra's Gadchiroli district after heavy rains and incessant downpour led to a rise in water levels of several rivers in Nashik district.
Of the total number of deceased, nine persons died on Saturday - four in Wardha district, three in Gadchiroli and one each in Nanded and the coastal Sindhudurg district, it said.
Maharashtra rains: Two washed away in flood waters in Bhiwandi; Hingoli villagers shifted to safer locations
The first incident took place on Thursday night, when 35-year-old Pintya Pandarinath Jadhav, a resident of Padgha in the taluka, had gone for fishing near a flooded steam.
The district received an average 89.27 mm downpour in the 24-hour period ending at 10 am on Thursday, with Wada taluka receiving the maximum 135 mm rainfall.
Local firemen got a call around 6.15 am on Thursday about inundation near the CM's residence in Louiswadi area of the city following heavy showers throughout the night.
Maharashtra: 12 hamlets cut off after bridge gets flooded due to heavy rains in Palghar; IMD 'red' alert for three districts in western parts
According to authorities, Pandartara bridge, which connects Usgaon in Vasai taluka, was inundated and submerged because of incessant rainfall in the region.
IMD issues heavy rain alert for Maharashtra, Kundalika river crosses danger mark; CM asks officials to ensure no loss of life
Mumbai and some of its neighbouring districts witnessed heavy rains and flooding on Tuesday morning.
The island city received an average 95.81 mm of rainfall in the 24-hour period ending at 8 am on Tuesday, while the eastern and western suburbs recorded 115.09 mm and 116.73 mm of rainfall.
The MeT office has also warned of isolated extremely heavy rainfall in Arunachal Pradesh on June 10-11, and Assam and Meghalaya during the next five days.
The climatic conditions, which include cloudy weather, has contributed to the unseasonal showers, as per the India Meteorological Department.
Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Wednesday declared that schools under its jurisdiction will be used as shelters for housing people stranded due to rain.