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City shivers at 7.7 degrees Celsius
Sakal Times | Wednesday, 11 January 2017 AT 11:38 PM IST
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Pune: It was yet another cold day for many cities in west Maharashtra as the mercury dipped by 3 to 4 degrees below the normal on Wednesday, making it one of the coldest days of this season for this region.

India Meteorology Department (IMD), Pune, has stated that Nashik (5.8 degrees), Ahmednagar (7.1 degrees) and Pune (7.7 degrees) remained the coldest cities. Day temperature too remained lower than normal as windy conditions continued throughout the day.

Minimum temperatures recorded in Madhya Maharashtra, Vidarbha and Konkan were below normal as mercury remained within 10 degrees Celsius. Severe cold wave conditions prevailed, resulting in appreciably below normal temperatures in Rajasthan, Saurashtra and Kutch on Wednesday. Along some places in Rajasthan, the minimum temperature dropped below 0 degrees.

“Under the influence of this cold wave, central India and northern parts of Maharashtra have been experiencing cold days. A similar situation is likely to continue for the next two to three days,” said an IMD offical.

The national capital, along with other northern states, remained severely cold on the day. New Delhi (5 degrees) reported its lowest ever minimum temperature of this season.


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