The scorching heat is continue to create trouble for the citizens as on Sunday the mercury crossed the 40 degrees Celsius-mark in Nagpur which is the highest maximum temperature of the city this summer so far. The ongoing lockdown restricted public movement on city roads and people are also avoiding venturing out without work due to increasing temperature.
Chandrapur was the hottest place in Vidarbha on Sunday with 42.4 degrees Celsius while Bramhapuri was 41.8 degrees Celsius. Akola (41.5 degrees Celsius) and Yavatmal (41.2 degrees Celsius) were also crossed the 41 degrees mark on Sunday Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that the temperature will remain settle over 40-42 degree Celsius in all over Vidarbha for next weeks. Nagpur recorded 40.2 degree Celsius while Amravati (40.2 degree Celsius), Gadchiroli (40.0 degree Celsius) and Wardha (40.6 degree Celsius) also touched the 40 degree Celsius mark on Sunday. Buldana, Gondia and Washim remained below 40 degrees. There are no major changes observed in minimum temperatures in all over Vidarbha.