The meteorological department has predicted torrential rains in the end three days of July. Moreover, Nagpur receives maximum rainfall in the month of July itself. The sky r1emained cloudy since Tuesday morning. Light rain fell in one and two intervals in the evening. Because of this, the humidity vanished from the atmosphere. The maximum temperature fell by 1.8 degree to be settled at 30.7 degree Celsius.
According to the meteorological department, a cyclonic circulation is being prepared along with the low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal. In the next two days, it will move forward to Jharkhand, Bihar and other states. If there is any movement in the Bay of Bengal, it directly affects the weather of central India. Because of this, between July 29 and July 31, there is a possibility of heavy rains in Nagpur city.
According to the records available from the meteorological department and agriculture department, between June 1 and July 27, 542.6 mm of rain was recorded in Nagpur city, which is 23.77 percent more than the normal.
Normally 438.4 mm of rain falls in the respective period. So far 57.03 per cent of the total monsoon rain fall has been received. The average rainfall during monsoon is 951.4 mm. The city of Nagpur receives 253.3 mm of rain in the month of June, while it normally receives 173.3 mm of rainfall in the month of June.
In June, there was 46.16 per cent more rain than the normal. 289.3 mm of rain has been recorded in 27 days of July. The city receives 265.1 mm of rain during the respective peri od. So far, the month of July has received 9.1 per cent more rain than the normal. From this it can be said that there has been satisfactory rain in Nagpur this year. In Nagpur dis trict, all the tehsils together have recorded 464.4 mm of rain, which is 8.11 per cent more than the normal.