City to experience clear skies till Oct 27: IMD
The highest maximum temperature recorded was 40.4 degree Celsius in Bhuj in Saurashtra and Kutch.
PUNE: India Meteorological Department (IMD) officials stated that the Southwest Monsoon has withdrawn from the entire country on Sunday. According to IMD, Northeast Monsoon rainfall is very likely to commence over southeast peninsular India from around October 26.
A low pressure area over north Andaman sea and adjoining Myanmar, with associated cyclonic circulation extending up to 5.8 km above mean sea level, will be tilting southwestwards with height persisting. It is likely to become more marked till October 22.
The highest maximum temperature recorded was 40.4 degree Celsius in Bhuj in Saurashtra and Kutch. The lowest minimum temperature recorded was 13.4 degree Celsius in Amritsar and Ludhiana in Punjab.
IMD has forecast that heavy rain is very likely at isolated places over Kerala till October 22. Thunderstorm, accompanied by lightning and gusty winds, is very likely at isolated places over Tamil Nadu and Kerala during the same time. Moderate to dense fog is very likely at isolated places over west Assam and west Meghalaya. Squally wind speed reaching 40 to 50 kmph, gusting to 60 kmph, is very likely over the north Andaman Sea and adjoining east central Bay of Bengal. Fishermen are advised not to venture into these areas during this time.
With night temperature relatively dropping in the State, in the coming days, the weather across the State shall remain dry.
The highest maximum temperature recorded was 37.2 degree Celsius at Beed and the lowest minimum temperature recorded was 17.2 degree Celsius at Mahabaleshwar on Sunday.
IMD has forecast that the Pune city will experience clear skies till October 27. Also, the day temperature will go as high as 33 degree Celsius and night temperature will dip as low as 19 degree Celsius till October 27.