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IMD Report: Heavy Rainfall Records in multiple regions

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) recently released a comprehensive report on the rainfall recorded during the period from 0830 Hrs IST on 27th July 2023 to 0530 Hrs IST on 28th July 2023. The data highlights significant downpours in several regions, with some areas experiencing heavy precipitation that has impacted daily life and raised concerns over potential flood situations.

Rainfall Data – 27th July 2023 to 28th July 2023:

StateLocationRainfall (in mm)
MaharashtraTondapur (Hingoli)122.0
MaharashtraPalghar112.0
MaharashtraKarjat (Raigad)107.0
MaharashtraAlibag (Raigad)83.5
MaharashtraRatnagiri85.5
MaharashtraGudhe-Bhor (Pune)78.0
MaharashtraSavarde (Ratnagiri)70.5
South Gujarat*Navsari185.0
South Gujarat*Dang91.5
South Gujarat*Valsad89.0
South Gujarat*Surat72.0
South Gujarat*Daman61.5
TelanganaMudhole Basar (Nirmal)150.0
TelanganaRudrur (Nizamabad)102.0
Madhya PradeshBareli (Raisen)126.5
Madhya PradeshMultai (Betul)72.0

Maharashtra: The state of Maharashtra experienced heavy rainfall during this period. Tondapur in Hingoli district recorded the highest rainfall at 122.0 mm, followed closely by Palghar with 112.0 mm. The districts of Raigad and Ratnagiri also received substantial rainfall, providing much-needed respite from the dry weather.

South Gujarat: The southern region of Gujarat witnessed abundant rainfall during the same time frame. Navsari recorded a significant downpour of 185.0 mm, while Dang and Valsad received 91.5 mm and 89.0 mm, respectively. Surat and Daman also experienced moderate rainfall, contributing to the overall water reservoirs’ replenishment.

Telangana: Telangana, too, received its share of monsoon showers, with Mudhole Basar in the Nirmal district recording a substantial 150.0 mm of rainfall. Rudrur in Nizamabad district experienced a considerable downpour of 102.0 mm, bringing relief to the region.

Madhya Pradesh: In Madhya Pradesh, the districts of Raisen and Betul experienced considerable rainfall. Bareli in the Raisen district received 126.5 mm of rainfall, while Multai in the Betul district recorded 72.0 mm.

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