- The highest temperature in Nagpur has also surpassed 40 degrees. On Wednesday, the city’s maximum temperature was 41.6 degrees Celsius, about three degrees above usual.
- According to the projection from the Met Department, the city’s highest temperature will reach 42 degrees Celsius this week.
- There is currently no heatwave warning in effect for the city.
- On April 2, heatwaves are forecast in Chandrapur and Yavatmal.Citizens have been advised to exercise caution and keep as indoors as possible.
According to the El Dorado weather, Chandrapur district in Maharashtra, which is famous for its hot and scorching summer, was on Tuesday the third hottest district and city in the world with a maximum temperature 43.4 degrees Celsius . According to the Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC), Nagpur was also the hottest city in Vidarbha, with a maximum temperature of 41.6 degrees Celsius, followed by Akola.
As per the El Dorado Weather, Kayes city of Mali is the hottest place on earth with 44.4 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, Segou of Mali is second in the list with 43.8 degrees Celsius whereas Chandrapur is third in the list.Pilani and Churu cities from India were also placed in eighth and ninth spot with 43.1 degrees Celsius and 43.0 degrees Celsius respectively.
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Important Solved questions for all competitive exams
- Which state is hottest in India? – Churu
- Which is the coldest city in India? –Dras (Ladakh) saw an intensely cold night as the minimum temperature was at minus 17 degrees Celsius.
- What is the world’s hottest city? – Death Valley in California is commonly known as the hottest place in the world.
- What is the coldest city in Asia? – Verkhoyansk is the north-eastern part of Siberia, Russia.
- Which is the coldest place in Maharashtra? — Mahabaleshwar
- Which is the highest hill station in Maharashtra? – Suryamal
- Which is the highest peak in Maharashtra plateau?– Kalsubai
- Which is the biggest Ghat in Maharashtra? – Ambenali Ghat
- Governor: Bhagat Singh Koshyari
- Chief Minister – Uddhav Thackeray
- Formation – 1 May 1960
- Capital – Mumbai
- Maharashtra is bounded by the Indian states of Gujarat to the northwest, Madhya Pradesh to the north, Chhattisgarh to the east, Telangana to the southeast, Karnataka to the south, and Goa to the southwest and by the union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and the Arabian Sea to the west.