Pune Rain: Heavy rains continue, red alert in the state including Pune; It will continue to rain for the next three or four days, Pune Observatory predicts It will rain heavily for the next three or four days imd alert

Pune Rain: Heavy rains continue, red alert in the state including Pune;  It will continue to rain for the next three or four days, Pune Observatory predicts It will rain heavily for the next three or four days imd alert

Accidents happen in many places due to heavy rain. Some places are disconnected. Yesterday in Amravati district, six people were washed away by floodwaters in a single day.

Heavy rain in Pune district

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Pune: Heavy rains continue in the city of Pune (Pune rain) was predicted by the weather service. It has been raining in and around the city of Pune for the past few days. The observatory had already specified that this push will continue until August 12. As a result, light to moderate rainfall is currently in progress. The observatory had also indicated that heavy rains would fall in the Ghatmathya area of ​​the district. Hence the rate alert (Red alert) is given. According to Tuesday morning updates, the city recorded 36.8 mm of precipitation. Currently, the monsoon has become active not only in Pune but also in various districts of the state. There is a depression between the Maharashtra-Karnataka coast due to which rain falls across the state. Orange alert in Pune (amber alert) was declared.

Increased Khadakwasala Water Storage

Heavy rains have also started in the Khadakwasala Dam Range area in Pune. Because of this, there has been a huge increase in water storage. All four dams have a total water storage of 21.54 TMC. 73.90% water storage is available in the four dams of the Khadakwasla chain of dams. The Temghar Dam area recorded the highest rainfall of 25mm yesterday. At present, 40.35% or 0.80 TMC of water has been stored in the Khadakwasla dam. Panshet Dam is 83.50% full. 8.89 TMC of water was stored in this dam.

Heavy rains and accidents

Accidents happen in many places due to heavy rain. Some places are disconnected. Yesterday in Amravati district, six people were washed away by floodwaters in a single day. In Nandgaon Khandeshwar taluka, three workers were swept away by a tractor in flood waters, two in Varud taluka and an old man in Sivangaon of Tiwasa. The search is ongoing for these six people. The house wall of Narayan Tavre, a farmer, collapsed at Nirgudsar in Ambegaon taluka of Pune district. Although there was no loss of life, the house was badly damaged. Along with this, various accidents and damages occur due to heavy rains.

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The focus will remain

Heavy rain will continue in the state through August 12 and heavy rain accompanied by strong winds are expected in the coming hours. For the past few days, heavy rain has been falling in Mumbai, Konkan, Ghatmat region of Madhya Maharashtra and some districts of Marathwada. The Indian meteorological department has informed that the rain will continue in the state for the next three days. Therefore, instructions have been issued by the administration that citizens in places where there is a heavy rain warning should not leave their homes unless it is essential.

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