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    Published On : Tue, Jun 18th, 2013

    Heavy rains lash Nagpur, Clogged roads throw traffic out of gear

    Nagpur News: In Nagpur district, all talukas, including Kamptee, Ramtek, Hingana, Katol, Narkhed, Saoner, Kalmeshwar, Parseoni, Mouda, Umrer, Bhiwapur and Kuhi received heavy showers.

    As the rains lash Nagpur, the roads are clogged with water.

    After a strong start in the region and city, the monsoon rains are now showing signs of slowing down. Just 1 mm rainfall was recorded in the city on Monday while most parts of the region remained dry. However, strong winds coupled with light to medium rainfall was received in a few areas of the city at about 8.30 pm.

    The rains lasted for hardly 20 minutes or so and made no significant change in the total rainfall received during the day.

    Although overcast conditions prevailed from early morning but as the day progressed the clouds shed away allowing sun to shine after almost three days. After this clouds continued to veil the sun intermittently in the later part of the day. A few parts of the city received slight drizzle during the day but rains primarily remained scattered.

    According to the Met department, favourable conditions had developed on the advancement of monsoon. however now these conditions have faded away. The movement in cyclonic circulation and the trough line has resulted in the dry spell during monsoon.

    According to officials cloudy conditions would remain in the next 48 hours but the chances of heavy rains are bleak. Slight rains with thunder storms may be reported from the region. Akola and Amravati were the only other districts of the region which received rains but quite marginally. According to the Met department, favourable conditions had developed on the advancement of monsoon. however now these conditions have faded away. The movement in cyclonic circulation and the trough line has resulted in the dry spell during monsoon.

     

     


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