Maharashtra, 4th November 2022: Temperatures are expected to change again in Maharashtra during this period as some southern states are likely to receive rain for the next three to four days. The state is likely to experience some increase in summer mercury and a slight decrease in rainfall. However, there will be no rain anywhere in the state, and the weather will be mainly dry.
After 23rd October, the monsoon condition cleared from all parts of the state, and the temperature dropped drastically. This decrease is continuing even now. Most areas are experiencing dew at night. Night minimum temperatures are below average everywhere. However, due to the clear sky during the day, the maximum daytime temperature is around 30 to 32 degrees.
Northeast Monsoon winds are currently active over Tamil Nadu and adjoining states to the south. There is a cyclical condition of winds in this area. Low-pressure bands have formed. As a result, heavy rain is likely in some places in Tamil Nadu and South Kerala till 7th November. On the other hand, two to three days of rain and snowfall in the Himalayan region on the north side is possible. The effect of monsoon conditions in the south will be felt to some extent in the state. Later in the evening, it will become partly cloudy in some places, with a slight increase in minimum temperature and cold weather. Due to the clear sky conditions during the day, the mercury is expected to increase to some extent. But there is no chance of rain anywhere in the state during the week.
On Thursday (November 3), Pune recorded the lowest minimum temperature in the state at 13.1 degrees. Pune also recorded the lowest temperature of 12.6 degrees Celsius on October 30. Earlier, the lowest temperature was recorded in Aurangabad. In Mumbai suburbs too, the minimum temperature has dropped by two degrees from the average. In Jalgaon, Nashik, Aurangabad, Amravati, Chandrapur, Gondia, and other areas, the temperature has dropped significantly compared to the average of 13 to 15 degrees. The maximum day temperature is 33 to 36 degrees in Konkan, Vidarbha, and Mumbai. Alibaug recorded the highest temperature in the state at 36.3 degrees Celsius on Thursday.