With frequent shower in the month of April, the passing month has remained the talk of the town for being the second coolest month of the decade. Earlier it was in 2010 when frequent rains and shower were witnessed keeping the entire month cool for the people who often face a tough time in summers. As per the weather department, it was the disturbances received from the Western areas of the state that kept the city and even the entire region cool during the summers.
As per Skymet, a majority of days in the region went cool, while the other parts of the country faced tough weather with high temperatures and heatwaves as well. The reports also suggest that the city and the central region receive a good amount of rain which tolled to around 46 percent of the rain in Nagpur and the surrounding places making not just the April cool but also the March. This has made the two months to remain the coolest in the region for the second time in the decade.
On the other side, the city witnessed the tough day yesterday as it witnessed the 43.2 degrees in Nagpur taking the temperature to the maximum level. Even the entire region seemed suffering with the mercury raised to the next level. Akola was the deadliest with the temperature reaching to 44.8 degrees, while Amravati recorded 44.2 degrees in the city, The other areas that remained affected the most include Chandrapur and Brahamapuri.