In February, the heat became unbearable. But there is a weather change at the beginning of March. Chances of rain have been predicted in some districts of Maharashtra from today. From March 4 to 6, rainfall is forecast in isolated places in Maharashtra. Due to unseasonal rains, crops will be affected and farmers will suffer huge losses.
A combination of easterly winds and north-south cloud troughs and moist winds from the Arabian Sea moving from southwest to northwest India but diverting to northern Maharashtra is likely. For this reason, cloudy weather will remain from March 4 to 8 and there is a possibility of off-season rain. Due to the influence of the Western Cyclone, light to moderate rain and snowfall is expected in some northern Indian states. For this reason, the southern regions of Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat and northern Konkan will be affected. According to forecasts from the Meteorological Department, Dhule, Nandurbar and Jalgaon Nashik districts are expected to experience light showers with thunderstorms on Saturday and Sunday. Meanwhile, light showers are also likely in Aurangabad and Jalna in Marathwada on Sunday and Monday.
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Vidarbha is likely to have the effect of rain everywhere. Thunderstorms and light showers in isolated locations are likely over Nagpur, Wardha, Chandrapur, Amravati, Akola and Buldhana on March 5. Partly cloudy weather is expected to prevail in Palghar district from 4 to 6 March with light showers in isolated places.
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Unseasonable rains hit crops
Crops are feared to be affected due to unseasonal rains. It is estimated that if it rains during the harvest, farmers could suffer a huge loss.
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