Monsoon rains have been lashing the state of Maharashtra for the last many days. However, the intensity of rains has remained extremely heavy over Konkan division. So much so that Mumbai has recorded three-digit rains for four days in a row.
On the last day as well, heavy to very heavy rains were recorded over Konkan region, meanwhile, moderate to heavy rains were observed over parts of Vidarbha. On the other hand, parts of Madhya Maharashtra received scattered light to moderate rains with isolated light spells over Marathwada.
Within the span of 24 hours, from 08:30 am on Tuesday, Mumbai’s Santa Cruz Observatory recorded three-digit rains to the tune of 114 mm, Dahanu 69 mm, Gondia 65 mm, Yeotmal 60 mm, Vengurla 53 mm, Amravati 45 mm, Colaba Observatory 41 mm, Washim 37 mm, Buldana 30 mm, Alibag 24 mm, Ratnagiri 22 mm, Jalgaon 11 mm, Kolhapur 8 mm, and Pune recorded 4 mm of light rains.