Dry weather has been prevalent in Kolkata for almost a month. In fact, it was on December 11 that the city recorded some light rains after which, the weather has remained dry. Talking about the temperatures, both maximums and minimums are settling a few notches beneath the normal.
For the last 5 days, the maximums across the city have remained in the lower 20’s while the minimums settled in early teens, even dropping to single digits. The minimums are running 3 degrees while the maximums are settling 4 degrees below the normal.
Even today, the minimum temperature of Kolkata as per the Alipore Observatory dropped to settle at 11°C which is the lowest minimum recorded after the year 2013. The Dum Dum Observatory also witnessed the minimums dropping to 9.6°C.
As per Skymet Weather, now also, the similar weather is expected to prevail in Kolkata along with some parts of West Bengal for at least next 2-3 days. Speaking about the wind direction, at present, the cold winds from the north and northeast are blowing over many parts of West Bengal including Kolkata.
As these winds are drawing from the snow-clad mountains of Sub-Himalayan West Bengal. Thus, in the wake of this, the temperatures are expected to remain below normal for the next few days. Moreover, as fog or mist is not expected over the city, the visibility will continue to remain good and days are expected to remain comfortable.
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