Pune Weather Report: Thunderstorms & rainfall to reduce from tomorrow

Pune Weather Report: Thunderstorms & rainfall to reduce from tomorrow

Pune Weather Report: Thunderstorms & rainfall to reduce from tomorrow

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The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast a reduction in thunderstorm and rainfall activity in Pune from tomorrow. According to IMD officials, the current weather patterns are expected to change, bringing clearer skies to the region.

Weather Outlook:

Until Tuesday: The forecast predicts mainly clear to partly cloudy skies with the possibility of thunder, lightning, and rain, particularly in the afternoon and evening.

Post-Tuesday: Pune is expected to experience mainly clear to partly cloudy skies in the afternoons and evenings until May 23, followed by mostly clear skies.

Current Weather Influences:

A wind discontinuity extending from Rajasthan to Madhya Maharashtra, along with another over peninsular India, has been causing moisture incursion and intermittent thundershowers in Maharashtra. However, the wind discontinuity affecting Madhya Maharashtra is expected to dissipate soon, leading to a reduction in rainfall activity.

Rainfall Data:

On Monday evening, Pune received very light to light rainfall in various areas. The recorded rainfall from 8:30 AM Sunday to 8:30 AM Monday is as follows:

– Wadgaon Sheri: 16mm

– Hadapsar: 15mm

– Magarpatta: 14mm

– Chinchwad: 11.5mm

– Baramati: 9.4mm

– NDA: 9mm

– Shivajinagar: 6.4mm

– Dhamdhere: 4mm

– Koregaon Park: 1mm

Recent Incident:

A tree fall near Empress Garden injured two people and blocked traffic, necessitating diversions. This incident underscores the impact of the current weather conditions on daily life in Pune.

Monsoon Update:

Conditions are favorable for the further advance of the Southwest Monsoon. The IMD expects the onset of the monsoon in Kerala around May 31, marking the beginning of the monsoon season in India.

IMD officials assured that they are closely monitoring the situation and will provide updates as necessary. Residents are advised to stay informed about weather conditions and take necessary precautions.