For the time being, the weather office said that the mood of winter will continue in the state. Meanwhile, the RMC website indicates that temperatures in Kolkata and surrounding areas may drop further tomorrow. However, the Met office has said that the minimum temperature will gradually rise by around two to three degrees from next 48 hours. However, the weather office has said that there will be a feeling of winter.
There was light fog in Kolkata and adjoining areas on Tuesday morning. But the sky will be sunny in the morning. The day’s maximum and minimum temperatures will be around 24 and 13 degrees Celsius respectively. Earlier on Monday, Kolkata and surrounding areas recorded a minimum temperature of 13.2 degrees Celsius, one degree below normal. The maximum temperature was 23.1 degrees Celsius, 2 degrees below normal.
According to the weather office, there is no possibility of low pressure or high pressure during Paush Sankranti during the weekend. So there will be no rain anywhere. Dry weather will prevail from north to south. The minimum temperature may remain between 13 and 15 degrees till next 13th, said the air office. But the temperature will rise a little on 14th. The minimum temperature in Kolkata may rise to 15 degree Celsius on that day.
The Meteorological Department said that the temperature will gradually rise slightly as the next 48 hours pass due to two western squalls. During this time, the maximum day temperature will be around 25 degrees Celsius. The minimum temperature in Kolkata may drop to 12 degrees on Wednesday, according to the website of the Meteorological Office.
Dense fog warning is in place in all districts of North Bengal. Dense fog will prevail over North Bengal’s Darjeeling, Kalimpong, Alipurduar, Jalpaiguri and Cooch Behar for the next 48 hours. There will also be dense fog in Dinajpur and Malda. During the day it will be very cold in these districts. At the moment there is no chance of rain in North Bengal. However, due to the pair of western storms, the temperature may rise comparatively in North Bengal after the next 48 hours. Meanwhile, the western districts will have a relatively colder mood for the next few days.