Incessant rains up to 127.6 mm lashed many parts in Nagpur and brought down maximum temperature to 26.1 degrees Celsius, according the data tabled by Regional Meteorological Department (RMC).
Notably, RMC had issued ‘Orange Alert’ for September 12, followed by ‘Yellow Alert’ on September 13 for Nagpur.
The trend of surprise showers has become a regular phenomenon for the city as rains lashed the city on Monday resulting in waterlogging in several area. The maximum temperature in Nagpur dropped to 26.1 degrees Celsius in last 24-hours while minimum temperature dropped to 22.6 degrees Celsius.
“Thunderstorm with lightning very likely at isolated places over Nagpur and Bhandara,” reads the RMC prediction.
“Light to moderate rainfall likely to continue at many places over Chandrapur, Gadchiroli, Bhandara, Wardha and Nagpur, at few places over Amravati and Gondia, at isolated places over Yavatmal, Washim and Akola districts of Vidarbha,” it mentioned and further added that, “Possibility of intense spell of rainfall at few places over Bhandara and at isolated places over Nagpur.”