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Maharashtra sweats as weatherman says heat wave to continue

first_imgSatara and Kolhapur districts, and parts of Marathwada and Vidarbha, will have to bear with high temperatures, with the India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecasting heat wave conditions for the next few days. On Sunday, Mahabaleshwar, a hill station in Satara district, recorded a maximum temperature of 35 degrees Celsius — five degrees above normal — Kolhapur recorded a maximum temperature of 41.2 degrees. Mumbai, meanwhile, recorded maximum temperature of 36 degrees Celsius, three degrees above normal on Sunday. The city has had a sweltering May as every year, with maximum temperatures hovering around 32 to 33 degrees. Minimum temperature was 25.2 degrees Celsius, two degrees below normal. On Saturday, the city had recorded maximum temperature of 34.6 degrees Celsius. The IMD has attributed the rise in mercury levels to westerly-northwesterly winds. The IMD had forecast on Friday that temperatures across the State would rise following May 18. It has said heatwave-like conditions will continue in Vidarbha and Marathwada. On Sunday, Parbhani recorded maximum temperature of 44 degrees Celsius, followed by Solapur (43.8) and Nanded (42.5).However, Maharashtra may be in for some relief, as private weather forecaster Skymet has forecast light spells of rain around May 24. “This is because an upper air trough is expected to be developed along Konkan coast around May 22. This trough will further extend up to North Coastal Maharashtra. In wake of this system, clouding will increase over South Coastal Maharashtra and spell of light rain and thundershowers may begin over the State May 24 onwards,” Skymet said on its website. The IMD has forecast onset of monsoon in Kerala around June 6.last_img

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