State Temperature May Drop Due To Western Disturbance

ST Correspondent
Wednesday, 13 November 2019

According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), a western disturbance over Afghanistan is likely to bring snowfall over the western Himalayas and the temperature in the east and central India including Maharashtra is likely to drop by two to three degrees till November 15. 

PUNE:  According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), a western disturbance over Afghanistan is likely to bring snowfall over the western Himalayas and the temperature in the east and central India including Maharashtra is likely to drop by two to three degrees till November 15. 

Pune city on Tuesday reported a minimum temperature at 17.4 degrees Celsius and maximum temperature of 30.5 degrees Celsius.

The city will witness a minimum temperature of 17 degrees Celsius till November 16. The maximum temperature in the city is forecast to be around 32 degrees Celsius during the same period. The sky over the city will remain clear until November 17.

In Maharashtra, as per predictions made by the IMD, the weather is likely to remain dry till November 16. On Tuesday, Ahmednagar reported 14.6 degrees Celsius, the lowest minimum temperature in the State and  the lowest minimum temperature recorded in the country was 9.2 degrees Celsius at Hisar in Haryana. Thunderstorm was observed in Kerala and Mahe. The northeast monsoon has been subdued over coastal Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu as of Tuesday. Shallow to moderate fog very likely over northeast India till November 15.

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