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Pune likely to get rain, thunderstorms for next two days

Officials from IMD informed that from September 13 to September 15 too, rainfall is expected in few parts of Pune and adjoining areas 

pune Updated: Sep 11, 2017 17:53 IST
Jui Dharwadkar
The intensity of rainfall in Pune city had reduced considerably in the past week.
The intensity of rainfall in Pune city had reduced considerably in the past week.(HT FIle Photo)

Pune and adjoining areas are likely to receive rains in the coming 48 hours, informed India Meteorological Department (IMD).

The intensity of rainfall in Pune city had reduced considerably in the past week. According to IMD, in the next two days, rain and thunderstorm has been predicted in this region. 

Officials from IMD informed that from September 13 to September 15 too, rainfall is expected in few parts of Pune and adjoining areas.

So far, the total rainfall in Pune from June 1 has been recorded to be 587.5mm which is more by 126.3mm than the average expected rainfall. 

Officials from IMD stated that apart from Pune, in coming 48 hours, rainfall is also expected in most parts of Konkan region, Goa and central Maharashtra, few parts of Marathwada region and isolated parts of Vidarbha.

According to the data available with IMD, in the last week from September 1 to September 6, Pune has received an excess rainfall of 49%, Ahmednagar received an excess of 51%, Nashik received an excess of 38%, Beed received an excess of 11% and Raigad received 10%.

The rainfall received by Mumbai in this same period last week has been deficient by 4%, Nagpur deficient by 10%, Ratnagiri deficient by 8% and Amravati deficient by 34%, informed IMD.

Even as most districts in the state have received sufficient rainfall this year, parts of Marathwada region and most parts of Vidarbha have recorded deficient rainfall.

AK Srivastava, head of climate monitoring and analysis group at IMD informed that rainfall over Vidarbha has been deficient as favourable climatic conditions over this region for rains were not developed.

As of September 10, live water storage in dams in Maharashtra:

Live storage of water in all dams in Pune- 85.90%

Live storage last year for the same period- 80.99% 

 Live storage of water in all dams in Amravati- 26.54%

 Live storage last year for the same period- 66%

 Live storage of water in all dams in Konkan- 94.20%

 Live storage last year for the same period- 92.08%

 Live storage of water in all dams in Nagpur- 34.43%

 Live storage last year for the same period- 56.78%

 Live storage of water in all dams in Nashik- 74.62%

 Live storage last year for the same period-71.48%

Live storage of water in all dams in Marathwada- 48.94%

 Live storage last year for the same period- 35.66% 

 

Live storage of water in all dams across Maharashtra - 66.44%

 Live storage last year for the same period- 68.19%