‘Nights to get cooler during next two days’

ST Correspondent
Friday, 27 October 2017

With the night temperature dipping, the city will soon experience minimum temperatures varying between 16 and 18 degree Celsius till November 1 whereas the maximum temperature will soar as high as 32 degree. The sky will remain partly cloudy.

PUNE: According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), minimum temperatures are likely to fall by one to two degree Celsius over northwest and central India during next two days. On Friday, Pune city recorded minimum temperature of 19 degrees Celsius. The city also recorded 0.3mm rainfall in some parts.

With the night temperature dipping, the city will soon experience minimum temperatures varying between 16 and 18 degree Celsius till November 1 whereas the maximum temperature will soar as high as 32 degree. The sky will remain partly cloudy.

The State is also experiencing a dip in temperatures. The lowest minimum temperature in Maharashtra on Thursday was recorded in Ahmednagar at 12.7 degree Celsius. And the highest maximum temperature was at Ratnagiri at 36.3 degree Celsius on Tuesday.

The lowest minimum temperature across the country was recorded at 11.9 degree Celsius at Bhilwara in east Rajasthan on Tuesday whereas the highest maximum temperature was recorded at 39.6 degree Celsius at Barmer in west Rajasthan.

According to IMD, meteorological conditions will continue to remain favourable for the commencement of northeast monsoon rains over the southern parts of peninsular India during next 24 hours.

Heavy rain at isolated places are likely over South Interior Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry and Kerala between October 27 and October 30.

SOME PARTS OF CITY EXPERIENCE RAIN
Pune recorded 0.3 mm rainfall on Friday evening after Camp, Shivajinagar, Vishrantwadi and Khadki areas witnessed showers in the evening, stated the India Meteorological Department (IMD).

The maximum temperature recorded in the city on Friday was 31.3 degree Celsius while the minimum temperature was 18.9 degree Celsius.

Mahabaleshwar also recorded 24 mm rainfall on Tuesday. Rest of the cities in the State did not receive rain.

The highest maximum temperature recorded in the State was 35.5 degree Celsius at Bhira on Friday while the lowest minimum temperature was reported in Nashik at 14.5 degree Celsius. 

The IMD said that the northeast monsoon rain commenced over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Kerala, adjoining areas of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka on Friday.

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