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Weather Forecast for India

25/04/14 Skymet Weather Report for India
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Wind Pattern:
Not much change is expected in the wind pattern in India today, except a Western Disturbance, which will affect the hills of Jammu and Kashmir. Dry and warm northwesterly winds will blow in the Northern plains. Hot westerly winds will lead to a rise in the maximums in Central and East India. And humid winds from either side of peninsular India will merge together to give rain in Kerala.

Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar will observe fair and sunny weather tomorrow. J&K, Assam, Kerala and south interior Karnataka could witness a cloudy day. Rest of the places in India will observe partly cloudy skies

A fresh western Disturbance could give light rain in J&K and Punjab tomorrow. Delhi will not receive rain but may experience thunderstorm with squally winds. Meanwhile, after witnessing extremely hot and dry days, Assam and Kolkata may record light rain tomorrow. Bangalore and Kerala may receive pre-monsoon showers.

Temperatures in North, East and Northeast India
North, East and Northeast India will heat up and maximums may settle between 38 to 41 degrees.
Night will be warm with minimums settling between 20 and 23 degrees. Night in Srinagar will be cold at 8 degrees. Kolkata will observe the warmest minimum at 28 degrees.

Maximum in Delhi will be 40°C while minimum temperature will be 23°C.
In Kolkata max and min will be 41°C and 28°C.

Moving on to Central India:
Central India will equal North India in terms of high maximum temperatures, which will settle between 39 to 41 degrees. Odisha will be the hottest state in India and Bhira, Jalgoan, Nanded, Amreli and Bhubaneswar will be among the hottest cities in Central India.
Night too will be warm here. Minimum temperatures may settle between 22 and 26 degrees.

Maximum and minimum temperatures of Bhopal will be 39 and 22°C respectively.
In Bhubaneswar max and min will be 41 and 26°C.

South India:
Maximum temperatures will settle around 35 degrees in most cities of South India tomorrow. High humidity may add to discomfort. Hyderabad will be exceptionally hot at 41 degrees.
Clouding will lead to a rise in the minimums, which will be in the range of 26 to 27 degrees at many places.

Maximum and minimum of Mumbai will be 36°C and 25°C respectively.
Bangalore will have cloudy skies with max and min at 35°C and 24°C.

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