Published: July 25, 2020 12:42:50 am
While Pune has seen a largely dry monsoon season thus far, the town skilled average rain for 24 hours between Thursday and Friday night.
The metropolis recorded 31 mm of rain between 8.30 am and 5.30 pm on Friday, which was the wettest thus far this season. With no vital rain since June, the town’s rainfall had dropped under regular earlier this week. It remained 7.Eight mm wanting regular as on Friday, said the India Meteorological Department’s (IMD) rainfall knowledge.
“The southwest monsoon has been lively over Madhya Maharashtra, leading to average but widespread rainfall,” a Met official stated. “South-westerly winds are blowing over decrease latitudes. The rainfall depth will cut back after July 26.”
On the day, rainfall was recorded in different cities of the state, together with Ratnagiri (87 mm), Mahabaleshwar (71 mm), Aurangabad (33 m), Solapur (52 mm), Mumbai (24 mm) and Satara (16 mm).
This 12 months, monsoon has remained subdued over Madhya Maharashtra and Vidarbha. Even then, regular rain was recorded over all 4 subdivisions of the state, with rainfall departures – Marathwada (51 mm), Madhya Maharashtra (17 mm), Konkan (10 mm) and Vidarbha ( -Three mm) – until Friday. Rainfall over Maharashtra continues to be beneath the traditional class, recorded at 514.9 mm, with 12 per cent surplus, thus far.
Rainfall is more likely to stay subdued over the state until the top of this month, with no doubtless formation of a low strain system over the Bay of Bengal, which usually aids rainfall over Maharashtra. The monsoon trough stays at its regular place, and by July 28, will shift in the direction of the foothills of Himalayas. This signifies below-normal rainfall over Maharashtra and northwest India within the coming week.
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