Fist: As the state waits for the southwest monsoon, the rise in temperature has caused a lot of sluggishness. Due to hot and dry winds, the heat wave persists from Jammu to Vidarbha. Along with Vidarbha, the maximum temperature has increased in Marathwada, Central Maharashtra and Konkan. This condition is likely to persist for another two days.
Meanwhile, pre-monsoon showers with thunderstorms and gusty winds are expected in parts of the state starting Monday, the weather department said.
Currently, the country is facing a harsh environment as the monsoon rains continue. The heat wave has been wreaking havoc for two days in the northern states. There is currently a heat wave from Jammu and Himachal Pradesh, which is considered an ice-covered region, directly to Vidarbha. Vidarbha is recording the highest temperature in the country. Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, southern Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, and Vidarbha. The temperature will continue to rise for the next two days, after which it will drop by 2 to 3 degrees. Lightning strikes in Vidarbha
The northeastern states and parts of the south are currently experiencing monsoon and pre-monsoon rains, with heat waves from north to central India. Meghalaya has the highest rainfall. It is raining in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, West Bengal and Himalaya subdivisions. Kerala and southern Karnataka also received heavy rain.
Nagpur recorded 45.2 degrees Celsius and Wardha 45.0 degrees Celsius. Akola and Amravati recorded maximum temperatures of 44.8 and 44.2 degrees respectively. In Marathwada, the temperature was 43.3 degrees in Parbhani and 41 degrees in Aurangabad and Nanded. The maximum temperature was recorded at 43.0 degrees in Jalgaon in northern Maharashtra and 41 degrees in Solapur in western Maharashtra. The maximum temperature in the Mumbai and Konkan area has been above average.
The obstacle remains.
Adverse weather conditions continue to hamper the voyage from the Arabian Sea to Kerala on May 29 and on to Karnataka on May 31. Currently, monsoon rains are near Goa. Monsoon rains in the Bay of Bengal, however, have progressed to the foothills of the Himalayas, including the northeastern states. But, travel on this stretch has also stopped for the last two days. It’s raining in the archived section.
Brahmapuri, Gondia 46.2
The Brahmapuri and Gondia areas of Vidarbha have the highest temperature in the state. The maximum temperature was recorded at 46.2 degrees Celsius in each of these areas on Sunday.
Pre-monsoon rains are expected in Pune, Nagar, Solapur, Sangli, Satara, Kolhapur, Parbhani, Beed, Latur, Nanded, Higoli, Yavatmal and some parts of Vidarbha from June 6. The weather department has forecast heavy rain in Konkan’s Sindhudurg, Ratnagiri and Raigad districts from June 8.