Shivajinagar recorded 2mm of rainfall on Thursday, while Lohegaon received 3.6mm, Chinchwad 3.5mm, and Lavale and Magarpatta 0.5mm each.
The intensity of rain also reduced in other parts of Maharashtra on Thursday, with Santacruz in Mumbai recording only about 8mm between 8.30am and 5.30pm. In contrast, Mumbai had recovered 74mm of rainfall between 8.30am and 2.30pm on Wednesday.
Anupam Kashyapi, head of the weather forecasting division at the Pune unit of India Meteorological Department, said the Konkan region, however, is likely to get widespread rains during the next five days, with Palghar, Thane and Ratnagiri having orange alerts – indicating intense showers – for the next 24 hours.
There is also a likelihood of heavy rain at isolated places in Mumbai for the next 24 hours, he added.
In Madhya Maharashtra, an orange alert has been issued for the ghat areas of Nashik and Pune till Friday.
For Pune and areas around it, there is a possibility of overcast skies with intermittent light rain with isolated moderate spells in the next 24 hours.
According to the latest update from Skymet Weather Services regarding the Konkan region, a low-pressure system is present over Madhya Pradesh, and an offshore trough stretches along the entire West Coast. This trough will continue to be active for at least the next 24 hours, particularly impacting Konkan, resulting in moderate to intense weather conditions. As the system moves away and weakens, the intensity of rain will decrease, starting from the early hours of July. However, rainfall will not come to a complete halt, and there will be intermittent showers with relatively longer breaks expected from July 1 to 4.