Weather Report

Nagpur Weather: Hailstorm Strikes Nagpur and Surrounding Regions

Nagpur Weather: In an unexpected turn of events, Warora in Chandrapur and Dhamangaon in Amravati faced a sudden hailstorm on Saturday evening, catching residents off guard. The regional meteorological department promptly issued a yellow warning for several districts in east Vidarbha, including Nagpur, and certain areas in west Vidarbha for the next two days.

Weather Alert for Nagpur: Thunderstorms and Lightning Expected

The forecast for the upcoming days predicts thunderstorms accompanied by lightning in one or two places in Nagpur and neighboring districts on both Sunday and Monday. The weather advisory suggests residents brace for unusual weather conditions during this period. Interestingly, despite Nagpur city experiencing cloudy weather throughout Saturday, there was no significant change in the maximum or minimum temperatures reported.

Agricultural Impact: Hailstorm Hits Dhamangaon Railway and Bhidi Village

Farmers in Dhamangaon Railway and Bhidi village of Deoli tehsil reported hailstorm activity, raising concerns about potential agricultural damage. Meanwhile, in Warora, the Tehsildar recorded a brief but intense spell of light rainfall and hail lasting 10 to 15 minutes.

Warnings Across Vidarbha: Thunderstorm and Hailstorm Alerts Issued

The meteorological department’s advisories for Saturday-Sunday night highlighted the likelihood of thunderstorms accompanied by lightning, hailstorms, and light to moderate rainfall with gusty winds at isolated places over Nagpur, Chandrapur, Amravati, Wardha, and Yavatmal districts of Vidarbha. Additionally, a specific warning was issued for hailstorm and thunderstorm at isolated places over Gadchiroli, with only a hail warning for Chandrapur and Nagpur.

Extended Forecast: Rainfall Across Central India

Looking beyond the immediate vicinity, the all-India weather bulletin predicts isolated to scattered light rainfall activity over east Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, Chhattisgarh, and Odisha between February 10 and 13. Furthermore, the influence of a lower level trough in easterlies along the west coast is expected to bring rainfall over south Uttar Pradesh, south Bihar, Jharkhand, and Gangetic West Bengal from February 12 to 14. This weather pattern is likely due to the east-northeastward movement of the trough.

Conclusion: Residents Urged to Stay Informed

As the unexpected weather conditions persist, residents of Nagpur and adjoining areas are urged to stay informed about the evolving situation. Precautionary measures, especially for agricultural communities, are advised to minimize potential losses. The meteorological department will continue monitoring the situation closely and providing timely updates to ensure public safety.

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