Rising temperature wreaks havoc in Akola! 

It is extremely hot these days in Akola district of Maharashtra. Akola district has remained the hottest city of maharashtra in the last two days where the maximum temperature was recorded more than 45 degrees Celsius. india Meteorological Department (IMD) In view of the possibility of heat wave in Akola, district Magistrate Ajit Kumbhar has imposed Section 144 of the Code of criminal Procedure (CRPC) on saturday till May 31.

DM of Akola ordered the establishments to make adequate arrangements of drinking water and fans for the workers. He directed to change the timing of private coaching classes and not to hold them during the afternoon. On the other hand, according to IMD data, the maximum temperature in Akola, located in Vidarbha region of maharashtra, was recorded at 45.8 degrees Celsius on friday and 45.6 degrees Celsius on Saturday. This is the highest temperature of this season in the city this month.

Heatwave havoc from 26 to 29

According to the Meteorological Department, there will be an effect of heat wave in Akola from May 26 to May 29. While the maximum temperature is expected to be 45 degree Celsius. According to IMD forecast, the minimum temperature is likely to be 31 degrees Celsius. Between May 30 and june 1, the maximum temperature will be 44 degrees Celsius and the sky will be light cloudy.

Temperature increased in Vidarbha region

Temperature has been increasing in many parts of Vidarbha region for the last few days. According to the district administration, the maximum temperature in Akola in the last few days remained between 44 degrees Celsius to 45.8 degrees Celsius.   On May 26, 2020, a temperature of 47.4 degrees Celsius was recorded in Akola, making it the second hottest city in the country. On this date, Khargone in madhya pradesh was the hottest city in the country.

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