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Weather across major cities during Diwali

October 19, 2017 4:33 PM |


The festival of lights is here and the entire country is engrossed in the fervor of the festivities. Let us take a look at the weather conditions across some of the major cities in India:

Mumbai: Diwali weather in Mumbai is expected to remain rain-free. So much so that the weather conditions will also remain warm. The day temperatures are expected to remain in the mid-30s while the minimums will settle in the late 20s. Thus, all in all, the residents of Mumbai will enjoy a dry Diwali.


Delhi: Delhi weather is also expected to remain similar to the rain gods staying far away from Delhi throughout the day, While the day temperatures will remain in the mid-30s resulting in warm weather conditions with night remaining slightly pleasant.

Kolkata: The weather in Kolkata is expected to remain comfortable with cloudy sky conditions. However, rainfall activity is expected to occur due to the depression prevailing in the proximity of Kolkata. Both day and night will remain comfortable. Rain may play a spoilsport over the city.

Bengaluru: While rains will not make an appearance over Bengaluru, the weather conditions in the capital city of Karnataka will be very pleasant. Both the day and night will remain pleasant with temperatures settling below the normal levels.

Chennai: Chennai will remain warm and dry during the entire day of Diwali. The capital city of Tamil Nadu will see no rains which are why weather gods will not play a spoilsport. However, the day will remain very warm with the night getting slightly comfortable.

Coming to other major cities, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, and Jaipur will remain quite warm and dry. However, cities of Bhubaneswar, Ranchi, and Patna will see some rains throughout the day playing spoilsport over the festivities.

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