The monsoon though began late in Nagpur getting the rains from the last week of July but as it rained it kept on raining a lot in the city and around. It went to the extent to extend in the month of September getting 13 per cent extra rains in the said month. As per reports, the city has got 388 mm of rain last month which was around 13 per cent extra to the average rain one receives every year. The weather reports suggest that on an average the city receives 168 mm of water every year.
However, this year so far the city has got 1169 mm of rainfall from the month of June to September, which somewhere indicates that the total waterfall this year has gone beyond 27 per cent. Last year, the city only has got 113 mm of water in the previous month. As per the IMD data, the cities close to Nagpur have also the same story to narrate. These include Akola, Amravati, Gondia, Chrandapur, and others that have recorded 30 percent of excess rainfall.
Although on 30th September the Monsoon season has officially ended, however, but experts have claimed that the shower would continue the first week of October as well. As per reports of the national record 2019, the city remains the wettest one in the century since 2007 where we witnessed similar trends in the city. IMD has predicted more thunder and storm that would likely to remain this month as well. The month would remain cloudy for the next few days giving a wet Navratra this time.