Friday, June 25, 2021

Today’s weather update for major cities in country

The National Capital Delhi will have strong winds during day time. The minimum temperature was 30 degrees and the maximum will go up to 41 degree Celsius.

Mumbai will see a generally cloudy sky with heavy rain. The minimum temperature was 25 degree Celsius and the maximum will be around 30 degrees.

Chennai will face thunderstorm with rain. The minimum temperature was 27 degree Celsius while the maximum is expected to be around 38 degrees.

Kolkata will see a generally cloudy sky with one or two spells of rain. The minimum temperature was 26 degree Celsius and the maximum will go up to 33 degrees.

Jammu will have a mainly clear sky becoming partly cloudy towards afternoon or evening. The minimum temperature was 30 degree Celsius while the maximum will be around 43 degrees.

Srinagar will also have a mainly clear sky becoming partly cloudy towards afternoon or evening. The temperature will hover between 20 and 34 degree Celsius.

Leh will have a generally cloudy sky. The temperature will hover between 10 and 27 degree Celsius.

Gilgit will see a partly cloudy sky with the temperature moving between 16 and 40 degree Celsius.

Muzaffarabad will have a mainly clear sky becoming partly cloudy towards evening. The minimum temperature in the city was 24 degree Celsius and the maximum will be around 41 degrees.

Chandigarh will have a partly cloudy sky. The minimum temperature was 31 degrees and the maximum will be around 39 degree Celsius.

Dehradun will have a partly cloudy sky. The minimum temperature was 25 degree Celsius while the maximum will be around 38 degrees.

In Hyderabad, thundershowers would occur towards evening or night. The minimum temperature was 25 degree Celsius while the maximum will be around 33 degrees.

Ahmedabad will have a generally cloudy sky. The minimum temperature was 28 degree Celsius while the maximum will be around 39 degrees.

Bhopal will have a partly cloudy sky with the possibility of thunder lightening.

The minimum temperature was 22 degree Celsius and the maximum will be around 37 degrees.

And, Guwahati will have a generally cloudy sky with one or two spells of rains.

The minimum temperature was 27 degree Celsius while the maximum will be around 34 degrees.

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