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Three days since its appearance over southern Maharashtra, the southwest storm has now secured the whole state as of Sunday.

According to the new storm beginning dates grouped by India Meteorological Department (IMD), the typical date for rainstorms to cover the date is between June 10 and 15.

The season, up until this point, has seen the storm making ordinary headways everywhere throughout the nation, IMD authorities said.

The Met Office has cautioned of substantial to amazingly overwhelming precipitation along the west shore of Maharashtra just as the southern states on Monday.

“There is a cyclonic flow that lies over north Odhisha. Moreover, there is a north-south trough running between northwest Rajasthan and Odhisha. This, alongside dampness, got from the Arabian Sea will contribute towards overwhelming spells along the west coast and over focal India in the coming week,” said an authority from IMD, Pune.

Be that as it may, there may be the light to direct precipitation in Pune city this week.

On Saturday, overwhelming precipitation lashed portions of Marathwada and south Konkan. The 24-hour precipitation recorded till Sunday morning in certain urban communities was – Matheran (81.4mm), Panji (68mm), Nashik (31mm), Ratnagiri (41mm), and Jalgaon (82mm).

Since June, the state has recorded overabundance precipitation, with all regions getting either ordinary or better than average precipitation. Till June 13, precipitation recorded over Maharashtra was 95.4mm.

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