Lonavala and Lavasa Lead in Highest Rainfall in the Last 24 Hours in Pune

As the monsoon season sets in, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has announced widespread rainfall activity in the state of Maharashtra. Over the past two days, almost all parts of Pune district have experienced showers. Among the regions, Lonavala, Lavasa, and Mulshi have recorded the highest rainfall in the last 24 hours.

Lonavala, a popular hill station located near Pune, has witnessed 89 mm of rainfall in the past day, indicating a significant downpour. Lavasa, another scenic town known for its picturesque beauty, has recorded 69.5 mm of rainfall. Mulshi, located in the western part of the district, has also experienced substantial rainfall, with 51 mm recorded in the past 24 hours. Junnar, a rural region in the district, has received 42 mm of rainfall during the same period.

While rainfall has covered all parts of the district, the city areas have reported relatively lesser precipitation compared to the rural regions. In the city, Wadgaon Sheri has recorded 7.5 mm of rainfall, Shivajinagar has seen 7 mm, and Koregaon Park has received 5 mm.

The arrival of monsoon and the subsequent rainfall is crucial for the agricultural sector as it replenishes the water resources and promotes crop growth. Farmers in the region are eagerly awaiting a good monsoon season to support their agricultural activities.

The IMD’s forecast for the coming days suggests that the monsoon will continue to progress across Maharashtra, bringing more rainfall to Pune and its surrounding areas. The authorities are closely monitoring the weather conditions and advising residents to take necessary precautions during heavy rainfall to ensure their safety.

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