At 354mm, Dahanu gets highest rainfall in India

  • | Tuesday | 10th July, 2018

Dahanu in Palghar district recorded the highest rainfall in the state in the 24-hour period at 354mm. Rainfall above 204.5mm falls in the extremely heavy category.In September 2016, Dahanu had recorded 529mm rainfall. Extremely heavy rainfall has been predicted in the region till Thursday.Virar recorded 276mm rain, the second highest rainfall in the state in the 24-hour period, while Vasai saw 235mm. Almost all of Vasai-Virar went under and access to railway stations like Naigaon, Vasai, Nalasopara and Virar was cut off on Monday. Residents were, however, spared of the monsoon fury as the onslaught took place on Sunday night and rainfall abated on Monday.

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