The state of Maharashtra has been observing uneasy weather conditions. Most districts of the state have been recording above normal maximums thereby making the days warm and uncomfortable.
The daytime highs are settling above the 30-degree mark and temperatures in a few areas are even clocking above the 35-degree mark. Yesterday, the maximum of Thane settled at a whopping 36.6°C, Ratnagiri saw the maximum at 35.4°C, Mumbai too saw a sharp rise in the maximums and the mercury here settled at 35.2°C. The weather of Akola and Nanded were also warm with the daytime high clocking at 33°C each.
As per Skymet Weather, most parts of Maharashtra are witnessing clear sky conditions with bright sunshine. Along with this, the state has not witnessed rain that could bring in some relief from the sky high mercury levels.