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Pune: Heavy rain in ghat part until Tuesday, say India Meteorological Division | Pune Information – Instances of India

PUNE: The ghat part of Pune district recorded heavy rainfall, with Lonavala recording 131.7mm within the final 24 hours, mentioned the India Meteorological Division (IMD) officers.
The depth of rainfall in some sections has lowered in comparison with the previous couple of days. Lavasa recorded 67mm, Bhor 64.5 mm, Girivan in Mulshi recorded 61.5mm and Malin in Ambegaon recorded 21mm rainfall through the interval, the officers added.
On Sunday, the IMD issued orange alert for the ghat areas in Pune and western Maharashtra area, together with Satara and Kolhapur, for the subsequent 48 hours.
“There is depression over south Jharkhand and North Odisha. It is likely to move towards northwest in next 24 hours. There is an offshore trough between Gujarat and Maharashtra. And the monsoon trough is located south of its normal position. Because of these weather conditions, the ghat areas in western Maharashtra region, including Pune district, will receive heavy rainfall in the next 48 hours. As a result, we have issued an orange alert on Sunday,” mentioned a senior met official.
Because the melancholy comes over Vidarbha area and neighbouring areas, the area is predicted to obtain extraordinarily heavy rainfall of greater than 200mm within the subsequent 24 hours, the official mentioned.
“The city is expected to receive moderate rainfall on Monday. The rainfall intensity will reduce from August 16 onwards,” the official mentioned
The town areas have recorded mild rainfall, with Shivajinagar and Lohegaon observatories recording 2.6 m and three.4mm rainfall, respectively within the final 24 hours, ending 8.30pm on Sunday.
The rainfall exercise in neighbouring Satara district was subdued in comparison with the previous couple of days, with Mahabaleshwar recording 15mm rainfall within the final 24 hours ending 8.30am on Sunday.
Nonetheless, the rainfall exercise was rigorous all through Sunday and it will likely be shut or greater than 100mm. The precise recording of rainfall can be identified on Monday morning, officers mentioned.
The ghat areas are primarily in Bhor, Velhe, Mulshi, Maval, Khed, Ambegaon, and Junnar tehsils.
The ghat part in Bhor, Velhe, Mulshi, and Maval tehsils has been receiving extraordinarily heavy rainfall at remoted areas for the previous couple of days.
A lot in order that Tamini ghat alone, which is without doubt one of the well-known vacationer locations, had recorded 215 mm rainfall on Saturday.
“On at least four occasions, Tamihini ghat recorded over 200 mm rainfall in the last few days. It will receive heavy rainfall in the next 48 hours. Villagers living in the hilly region face difficulty in accessing various services, including health care,” mentioned a senior official from the district catastrophe administration cell.



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