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Maharashtra’s Chandrapur 4th hottest in world


As per El Dorado weather website, Chandrapur in Maharashtra was the fourth hottest city in the world with a temperature of 43.2°C on Wednesday (March 31). On Thursday, April 1, while Chandrapur became the seventh hottest city in the world with 43.2°C, Bhubaneshwar was the second hottest in the world with a temperature of 44.2°C.


As per Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC), while Nagpur was one the hottest cities in Vidarbha on Wednesday with 41.1°C, Akola soared with a temperature of 41.6°C.

Earlier in May 2019, Chandrapur and Nagpur were the hottest and the third hottest cities in the world respectively with temperatures crossing 47.5°C.

It has been said that Chandrapur (with 47.8°C) was on the top of the list of world’s hottest cities while Jacobabad in Pakistan stood second and Nagpur stood third with 47.5°C.

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At 8.3°C, Nagpur coldest in Vidarbha; IMD issues alert for 2 days

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At a minimum temperature of 8.3°C on Thursday, January 30, Nagpur became the coldest city in Vidarbha followed by Gondia and Buldhana.

 

Hence, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a yellow alert for Vidarbha for two days – Wednesday and Thursday (January 26 and 27).

 

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At 7.6°C, Nagpur coldest in Maharashtra

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After Nagpur recorded Maharashtra’s lowest minimum temperature temperature of 7.8°C on Monday, the mercury dipped further and recorded lowest minimum temperature of 7.6°C on Tuesday.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD), on Sunday, due to cold winds blowing from North India, Maharashtra would see a dip in mercury for the next 48 hours.

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With 7.8°C, Nagpur becomes coldest city in Maharashtra

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After days of not-so-severe cold in Nagpur, residents finally woke up to the coldest day of the season in Maharashtra with a minimum temperature of 7.8°C on Monday, December 20.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD), on Sunday, due to cold winds blowing from North India, Maharashtra would see a dip in mercury for the next 48 hours.

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