Pre-Monsoon rains to continue in Pune, Solapur; Mumbai to remain dry

Pre-Monsoon rains to continue in Pune, Solapur; Mumbai to remain dry

04:14 PM

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The rising mercury levels across most parts of Maharashtra took a break from increasing when some rains as predicted by Skymet Weather occurred in most parts of the state. These rains were a bonus for the state that was reeling under soaring mercury levels and warm and humid conditions.

However, after giving a sigh of relief, these rains reduced in the last 24 hours. Yet, parts of Madhya Maharashtra, Vidarbha and Marathwada witnessed some spell of rains, these rains stopped occurring over Konkan and Goa region.

In the last 24 hours from 08:30 am on Friday, Parbhani and Brahmapuri recorded 4 mm of rains each, followed by Kolhapur with 2 mm of rains, Wardha 1 mm, Nagpur 0.3 mm, Aurangabad, and Amravati, on the other hand, recorded some rainy traces.

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The Konkan and Goa region escaped these rains and thus the capital city, Mumbai failed to record any rainy traces.

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As per Skymet Weather, a north-south trough is likely to form during the next 24 hours from Kerala to Madhya Maharashtra in the lower levels. As a result, the fresh spell of rain is expected at some places over the state, mainly over the southern parts of Madhya Maharashtra and adjoining coastal belt of the state.

Hence, the cities like Solapur, Osmanabad, Kolhapur, Pune may witness some rains in the next 24 hours. As far as Konkan and Goa region is concerned, the thundery activity would continue while South Konkan would remain warm and humid.

The rain activity would reduce thereafter and for the next 48 hours, isolated activity would continue. The rainfall activity over Vidarbha and Marathwada would reduce in the next 48 hours, the temperatures that have dropped significantly over the region would come close to the normal levels.

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