As varied climate techniques are more likely to stay energetic over Maharashtra, the withdrawal of southwest monsoon is more likely to occur in the direction of the tip of September, stated officers from India Meteorological Division (IMD).
As of Saturday, a cyclonic circulation lies over east central and adjoining southeast Bay of Bengal in center tropospheric ranges. Underneath its affect, a low-pressure space is more likely to kind over West Central and adjoining Northwest Bay of Bengal off Odisha-West Bengal coasts round September 20, stated officers from IMD.
Anupam Kashyapi, head of climate forecasting division at IMD, Pune, stated that there are forecasts that rainfall exercise is more likely to proceed until the tip of September.
“There are a number of techniques that can proceed the rainfall for Maharashtra until the tip of this month. The withdrawal from northwest areas of India additionally shouldn’t be doubtless as of situations seen proper now. For Maharashtra, the withdrawal is more likely to occur after that,” stated Kashyapi.
In response to IMD, the conventional date of monsoon withdrawal from northwest components is September 17. For Maharashtra, the conventional monsoon withdrawal date is round October 5. By October 10, 90 per cent of Maharashtra ought to report withdrawal of monsoon as per regular dates issued by IMD.
Within the subsequent few days, rainfall exercise over Pune metropolis will scale back considerably.
“There aren’t any warnings for Pune metropolis from September 18 onwards. Gentle to very gentle rainfall is probably going until September 23,” stated Kashyapi.
He added that there are yellow alerts for no less than three subdivisions of Maharashtra within the subsequent few days.
“Remoted heavy rainfall with lightning and thunderstorms is probably going over central Maharashtra, Vidarbha and Marathwada. There isn’t a warning for Konkan and Goa until September 21,” added Kashyapi.