IMD issues orange alert due to heavy rain in Pune, read full news to know more


Pune has additionally been reeling below heavy rains for the previous few days after heavy rains wreaked havoc in Bengaluru. Lengthy visitors jams and waterlogging in lots of areas have introduced many issues to the lives of the residents. A metropolis official confirmed that heavy rains lashed Maharashtra and adjoining areas on Sunday. Attributable to which 25 locations have been flooded. He stated incidents of tree felling happened at 10 locations, although no accidents have been reported.

The Indian Meteorological Division (IMD) has issued a warning concerning heavy rains in Pune, saying that heavy rains are anticipated to proceed for the subsequent two days. The climate company additional stated that Pashan and Magarpatta had obtained 55.8 mm and 55.5 mm of rain until 5:30 pm. The official stated that the IMD has issued an ‘Orange’ alert for heavy to very heavy rain within the ghat areas for the subsequent two days.

"Water was seen in Chandannagar, Kothrud, Paud Road, Pashan, Wanwadi, BT Kawara Road, Katraj Garden, Swargate. Incidents of falling trees were reported from Pashan, Kondhwa, Pune station and Yerwada. In Panchavati of Pashan, two vehicles got stuck. The tree fell. No one was injured in the incident."

A number of social media posts and information reviews confirmed visitors jams and waterlogged roads in busy components of Pune after rain lashed the town from 5 pm to 7 pm on Sunday. A number of roads have been submerged in water in a single day and homes have been flooded. The IMD has urged individuals to remain indoors for the subsequent few days as heavy to very heavy rains are more likely to lash the town this week. Which may disrupt the conventional lifetime of the residents to an excellent extent.

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