Monday, June 21, 2021

Weather conditions at various places across country

National capital Delhi is having strong surface winds. Minimum temperature was recorded at 29 degree Celsius. Maximum may go up to 41 degrees.

Mumbai has a partly cloudy sky with one or two spells of rain or thundershowers expected. Minimum temperature was 25 degree Celsius and maximum will be around 34 degrees.

Chennai is having generally cloudy sky with light rain. Minimum temperature was recorded at 27 degree Celsius and maximum expected to be around 36 degrees.

Kolkata has partly cloudy sky with possibility of moderate rains. Minimum temperature in the metropolis was 28 degree Celsius while maximum is expected at around 38.

Jammu has a mainly clear sky. Minimum temperature was 29 degree Celsius while maximum may go up to 40 degrees.
Srinagar also has mainly clear sky. Minimum temperature was 19 degree Celsius, maximum will be around 33 degrees.
Leh has a partly cloudy sky. Temperature will hover between nine and 25 degree Celsius.

Gilgit also has a partly cloudy sky. Minimum temperature was 17 degree Celsius and maximum will be around 39.

In Muzaffarabad, temperature is shifting from 22 degrees minimum to 39 degree Celsius maximum. The city is having mainly clear sky.

Chandigarh is having mainly sky. Temperature is hovering between 29 and 41 degree Celsius.

In Dehradun temperature will move from minimum of 23 degrees to maximum of 36 degree Celsius. City will have mainly clear sky.

In Hyderabad, rain or thundershowers would occur towards evening or night. Temperature will move from 25 minimum to 36 degree Celsius maximum.

Patna has a mainly clear sky with minimum temperature recorded 27 degree Celsius and maximum reaching up to 39 degrees.

Guwahati is having generally cloudy sky with a few spells of rain or thundershowers. Minimum temperature in the city was 25 degree Celsius reaching up to 31 degrees in the afternoon.

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