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With onset of summer in Nagpur, temperature crosses 40°C in early March itself


With just the arrival of summers in the country, Nagpur has once again begun living up to its status of being one of the hottest cities in the country.

With the passing of barely first week of March, the temperature in the city crossed 40°C on Monday.

The meteorological department has predicted a further rise in the temperature. The maximum temperature recorded in Vidarbha was in Brahmapuri (40.6°C), followed by Akola (40.1°C) and Chandrapur (40°C).

However, Nagpur was likely to witness some rains couple with thunderstorm on March 12 and 13, which would prove a much-needed respite for citizens from the extreme heat.

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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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