Unseasonal rain lashes Manmad, Yeola


Nashik: The mercury in central Maharasthtra, Vidarbha and Marathwada has soared remarkably high to 41 to 45 degrees Celsius since last few days. After meteorological department had predicted a rainfall in upcoming three days, unseasonal rain accompanied by lightning lashed Manmad city yesterday, whereas some villages in Yeola taluka were also hit by the unseasonal rain. 25 residences were damaged in Lakhmapur area in Dindori due to a stormy wind.
Following sudden change in weather, some parts in the district received the unseasonal rain. Manmad city in Nandgaon taluka was hit by the unseasonal rain in the evening. Huts and residences in Sakore area received huge damage due to stormy wind. Crops in this area also affected badly. In addition, around 20-25 residences in Lakhmapur area were hugely damaged. There was no human casualty.
Following rise in temperature last week in the state, some talukas in the district were hit by the unseasonal rain and hailstorm. Grape, onion, pomegranate and other agriculture produce were badly affected. Unseasonal rain had hit Sindhdurg district on Saturday.
Nandgaon, Yeola and Dindori talukas were lashed by the Unseasonal rain yesterday. Residences and crops were suffered losses due to this rain. Farmers are worried over this. Same weather will remain on May 8, 9 and 10 and Meteorological department, Pune has predicted a storm and light drizzle in southern-central Maharashtra, Vidarbha and Marathwada.