According to the recent data provided by the weather department, Nagpur city is safe from the issue of scarcity of water and will not face the water crisis in the coming days. As per the information Nagpur has received 10% of excess rain, whilst Totladoh is still facing a water shortage of 52.24%, similarly, Kamptee has a live water crisis of 32%.
Nagpur city has received 112% of normal rains during the period of last month; this has brought relief on the hectic issue of alternate day water supply. Even in the span of the first of September than in that of July.
August 9 is considered to be wettest day of the month, this is day when the city received 94milimeters (mm) of rains. This day is also said to be the coldest day of Nagpur, with minimum temperature falling to 22.3 degree Celsius. The highest maximum temperature of August is calculated to be 34 degree Celsius, which was recorded on August 19.
As per the data provided by the Regional Metrological Centre (RMC) the total rainfall that the city received in August is 316.2 mm, against the normal of 281.3 mm. in July, the city has received total rains around 385.4mm, which was gain more that the months normal of 304.4mm
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