The city got an absolute 442.6mm in overabundance rainfall toward the finish of its four months of rainstorm, June-September. The Pune occasional precipitation for this season was accounted for at 794.9mm and the real ordinary precipitation is 566.3mm.
For Pune city (Shivajinagar) the season started in June with typhoon Nisarga and from that point onward, however precipitation action diminished, before the finish of July it had gotten 56.3 mm of overabundance downpour when contrasted with its yearly normal for a similar period.
The pattern of city accepting abundance precipitation proceeded from that point for the following two months also.
“Although rainfall activity was low in the initial days, the impact of Nisarga completed the excess quota of rainfall. Conditions for a good monsoon became favourable at the start of August”, said Anupam Kashyapi, head, India Meteorological Department, Pune.
September ended up being the most dynamic rainstorm month, as it got 228.6mm precipitation.
“September saw heavy spells of rain on most of the days with thunder activity. On some days, the city received very heavy showers in evening, with high temperatures during the day, which occurred due to a low-pressure area which developed over north east Bay of Bengal,” added Kashyapi.
Pune region got 41 percent more precipitation than typical. The remainder of Maharashtra got 1163.8mm of precipitation, which is 164mm more than the typical (999.8 mm).
Just three locale in Maharashtra – Yavatmal, Akola and Amravati got not exactly ordinary precipitation this season.
Dams full ; no water shortage
Of the four dams in Pune locale – Khadakwasala, Panshet and Warasgaon are at 100% limit, while Temghar is 98.64 percent topped off.
“Good rains in the catchment area will be helpful for farming activity and he city will also not face a water scarcity until the next monsoon season,” added Kashyapi
The rainfall picture from June-September
In June, the city revealed 167.1mm precipitation, the ordinary precipitation during this period is 132.7mm. An abundance of 34.4mm precipitation was accounted for.
In July, the city announced 350.3mm precipitation, the ordinary precipitation during this period is 328.4mm. An abundance of 21.9mm precipitation was accounted for.
In August, the city detailed 596.9mm precipitation, the ordinary precipitation during this period is 439.2mm. An abundance of 157.7mm precipitation was accounted for.
In September, the city detailed 794.9mm precipitation, the ordinary precipitation during this period is 566.3mm. An abundance of 228.6mm precipitation was accounted for.
Altogether, from June to September, Pune city revealed an overabundance of 442.6mm precipitation this year.
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