As we know the city is reeling under the scorching heat. As per information, the city would witness nine days of extreme heat, Navtapa from Tuesday. It is believed that these days will be more hotter. According to the meteorological department, the city sky will remain cloudy till May 30.In addition, there is possibility of heavy rains and thunderstorms on May 27 and 28.
Similarly, moderate rainfall is expected on May 29 and 30.Besides,Cyclone Yaas, which has formed in the Bay of Bengal is moving forward, and there is strong possibility of its impact on Central India too. At the same, the Arabian sea and coastal areas of Maharashtra are also seeing the effect of cyclonic circulation. On Monday, the maximum temperature in Nagpur rose by 1.4 degree to 41.3 degree Celsius. Chandrapur was the hottest in Vidarbha with 42.6 degree.