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Monsoon to shower rain in city within next two days

The southwest monsoon rains is expected to enter Pune and parts of western Maharashtra within the next 48 hours.

Written by Express News Service |
June 8, 2013 2:21:52 am

The southwest monsoon rains is expected to enter Pune and parts of western Maharashtra within the next 48 hours.

It is also expected to bring rain to Vidharbha,central Maharashtra,other parts of Marathwada,parts of Andhra Pradesh that was left without rain in the earlier phase of monsoon showers as well as in the states of Assam and Meghalaya.

The past few days has seen the monsoon bring rain and relief to several parts of the sub-continent,including drought-hit Marathwada. Beed,Osmanabad,Latur,Nanded and other areas have also received substantial amounts of rainfall in the past 24 hours. Although the monsoon is yet to reach Pune,pre-monsoon thundershowers have been active since the past few days.

Rain and thundershowers,particularly during the late afternoons and early evenings have become a regular feature in the city.

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On Thursday,the Met office recorded a rainfall of 37mm that had wreaked much havoc on both lives and landscape. Reports of two people dying,trees getting uprooted and incidents of water-logging came in from various parts of the city.

The northern limit of monsoon continues to pass through Parbhani,Harnai,Ramgundam,Vishakhapatnam. According to the Met office,heavy rain and thundershowers will take place in Pune during the next 24 hours.

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