Pune Weather: Despite Continuous Monsoon Rain, No Rise In Dam Stock | Check IMD Forecast

The minimum temperature on Tuesday was recorded at 22 degrees Celsius in Pune and the maximum is likely to be 32 degrees Celsius. This means that the day is most likely to be pleasant and cool.
Pune weather update

Pune weather update

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Pune: As the monsoon season has begun arriving in several regions across the country, the weather has started changing days after north and west India witnessed record breaking scorching heat. The residents of Pune are likely to witness cloudy sky with moderate rain throughput the week. On Tuesday, the city is expected to have generally cloudy sky accompanied with moderate rain in the Pune-Shivajinagar area in Maharashtra.
The minimum temperature on Tuesday was recorded at 22 degrees Celsius and the maximum is likely to be 32 degrees Celsius. This means that the day is most likely to be pleasant and cool.
The recent rainfall in the city had led to traffic chaos and delay in flight services at the airport as well. A report in Times of India meanwhile said that the catchment areas of the four dams supplying water in Pune have recorded below-par rainfall, despite continuous rain in the city.
Areas like Shivajinagar and Lohegaon were lashed with over 100mm rainfall within 24 hours till Sunday morning. However, the catchment areas Khadakwasla recorded 59mm of rainfall till Sunday morning, followed by Temghar (52mm), Varasgaon (41mm) and Panshet (39mm).
According to the India Meteorology Department's (IMD) week-long forecast, the maximum temperature in the town is expected to touch 35 degrees Celsius mark.
This year, Mumbai experienced an early onset of the southwest monsoon, arriving in the bay two days ahead of its usual date of June 11. Unfortunately, the city's first downpour was accompanied by tragedy, as a 10-year-old boy and his father sought shelter under an under-construction building's canopy.
Tragically, the iron slab of the canopy collapsed, resulting in their demise.According to civic data, Mumbai witnessed several incidents of partial house and wall collapses, totaling at least six reported cases across the city. Two incidents each were recorded in the island city, eastern suburbs, and western suburbs. Additionally, the city faced 57 incidents of tree collapses, with the western suburbs bearing the brunt, reporting 27 tree fall incidents.
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