Chill in the Air: Pune Set for a Temperature Drop of 3 to 4°C, IMD Predicts

As Pune braces for a weather shift, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) Pune has issued a prediction indicating a notable drop in minimum temperatures on February 21st (Wednesday) by approximately 3 to 4°C. This anticipated temperature fall comes after Shivajinagar recorded a temperature of 13.8°C on February 20th, with expectations of further decline.

According to IMD Pune, the atmospheric conditions in the region are characterized by a clear sky and the penetration of northerly winds over north-central Maharashtra, encompassing Pune. From the morning of February 21st, for a span of a few days, a drop of around 3-4°C is highly likely. The temperature may even dip close to 10°C, or marginally below, during this period.

The IMD Pune highlights that the Western Disturbance, which previously influenced the weather, is now moving away eastward, contributing to the clearing weather conditions. The relative humidity (RH) levels have already dropped, and the presence of clear skies coupled with northerly winds has commenced. Consequently, the fall in minimum temperature is expected not only over central India but also in Maharashtra, including Pune.

As residents prepare for cooler days, it is advisable to stay updated with the latest weather forecasts and take necessary precautions to cope with the anticipated temperature drop.

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