Warm and sunny day in northern plains

April 9th, 2008 - 10:37 pm ICT by admin  

(All India weather report)

New Delhi, April 9 (IANS) While it was a warm and sunny day in the national capital sans any rain Wednesday, the temperature remained one degree below what is normal for this time of the year. Delhi found the maximum temperature crossing 30-degree Celsius mark to touch 33 degrees Celsius. However, it was still one degree below normal. The city saw a rise in the minimum temperature, which hovered around 21 degrees Celsius.

Though dry weather prevailed in most of the northern cities, the Met Office said a fresh western disturbance was likely to cause isolated showers in the western Himalayan region and parts of Punjab and Haryana in the coming days.

Southern cities like Hyderabad and Thiruvananthapuram received rainfall Wednesday. Thiruvananthapuram recorded 49 mm of rain while Hyderabad had light showers of nearly 7 mm.

According to the weatherman, scattered rain would continue in the southern states for next three-four days till Saturday.

The following were the maximum and minimum temperatures and rainfall in major cities for the 24 hours till Wednesday morning, with figures in brackets denoting deviations from the average.

CityMaximum Temperature Minimum Temperature Rainfall
(C) (C) (mm)

New Delhi 33.6 (-1) 21.4 (+2) Nil

Mumbai 33.1 (0) 23.9 (+1) Nil

Chennai 32.6 (0) 24.4 (-1) Nil

Kolkata 34.1 (-2) 24.4 (0) Nil

Ahmedabad 37.1 (-2) 24.6 (+3) Nil

Bangalore 32.2 (-1) 20.0 (-1) Nil

Bhopal 35.7 (-1) 20.0 (0) Nil

Bhubaneswar 35.0 (-2) 22.6 (-2) Nil

Chandigarh 33.0 (0) 19.6 (+3) Nil

Dehradun 30.8 (0) 16.5 (+1) Nil

Goa 35.8 (+3) 24.8 (0) Nil

Guwahati 33.4 (+1) 20.2 (+1) Nil

Hyderabad 32.8 (-3) 22.7 (0) 5.5

Jaipur 35.8 (+1) 17.2 (-3) Nil

Lucknow 34.8 (-2) 19.2 (0) Nil

Nagpur 37.2 (-2) 19.5 (-3) Nil

Patna 34.6 (-2) 20.5 (0) Nil

Pune 36.0 (-1) 20.9 (+2) Nil

Srinagar 14.6 (-3) 8.1 (+1) 0.4

Thiruvananthapuram 32.3 (0) 22.5 (-2) 49.0

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