Twofold digit downpour lashed Pune till Monday morning and later at night, with India Meteorological Department (IMD) sounding an alarm to be attentive again as odds of moderate downpour in and around Pune city and disengaged weighty downpour in the ghat territories have been figure on Wednesday and Thursday.
IMD said after October 23, the withdrawal of the rainstorm may begin from Maharashtra, and it will be finished in a few days.
The downpour in the following barely any days will be the aftereffect of a few reasons, including a low weight territory that is probably going to create over focal Bay of Bengal and the area by Tuesday.
According to IMD, the low weight will move west-northwest and increment dampness attack over the state, including Pune.
“The 30-degree celsius plus day temperatures along with the moisture incursion are likely to cause local instability and formation of cumulonimbus clouds, causing thundershowers in the evening and afternoon. Rainfall chances in Pune will persist till October 22, while the city can expect clear weather after October 24,” an official explained.
From 8.30am on Sunday till 8.30am on Monday, Shivajinagar got 32.6mm downpour, Lohegaon 56.1mm and Pashan 37.6mm.
Quite a bit of these downpours till Monday morning were a commitment from overnight spells. On Monday evening, the city got another serious downpour spell causing waterlogging in a few zones.
The spell endured 15-20 minutes. Precipitation from 8.30am till 5.30pm on Monday in Shivajinagar totalled up to 15mm, while almost follow downpour was recorded in Lohegaon during this period.
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