The city of joy, Kolkata has been witnessing dry weather conditions since last few days. As a result, both the minimum and maximum temperatures have marked significant decrease during the last 48 hours.
West Bengal’s capital recorded last rainfall activity on November 18 but since then it has been dry. At present, cold winds from north direction are blowing over most parts of West Bengal including Kolkata, leading to drop in mercury. As per weathermen at Skymet Weather, these cold winds are likely to blow for at least next three to four days.
Therefore, days will remain warm but comfortable with clear sky conditions. The maximum temperatures over the city will range in between 28°C and 29°C. Meanwhile, the minimum temperatures are in the range of 16°C to 17°C.
However, the nights will remain cool and we expect the winds to change the pattern around November 28 or 29. They will start blowing from east to northeast direction leading to a marginal increase in day and night temperatures.
The weather across Kolkata will remain comfortable ahead for at least one week. Until November 22, Kolkata has already recorded 41.7 mm of rains against the average rain of 35.1 mm. Kolkata has already surpassed its monthly rainfall average in 22 days.
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