Alipore Meteorological Office has predicted rain in Kolkata

It has been raining across the state since Tuesday night. The Alipur Meteorological Department said that this rain may continue until Friday. Along with the districts of South Bengal, the districts of North Bengal will also be wet. According to the Alipur Meteorological Office, south Bengal districts may experience thundery rain along with gusty winds of 40 to 50 kmph. The sky has been cloudy since Wednesday morning. Kolkata is drenched in light and moderate rains in some places.

And its surrounding districts. The weather department has said that there is a possibility of a change in temperature as a result of two or three consecutive days of rain. The nighttime temperature may drop by two to three degrees Celsius in the next two to three days. The minimum temperature in Kolkata on Wednesday is 18.9 degrees Celsius. Which is five degrees lower than normal. On Wednesday, the maximum temperature in Kolkata is likely to settle at 28 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature in Kolkata was 30.4 degrees Celsius on Tuesday.

Light to moderate rain with thundershowers is likely in some areas of North 24 Parganas, Birbhum, Murshidabad, and Nadia districts on Thursday. The rest of the southern districts may also get wet with light rain. The Alipore Meteorological Department said the low pressure zone is extending over northwest Uttar Pradesh and adjoining areas, from Jharkhand to south Assam. As a result of this, the water vapor from the Bay of Bengal will continue to rain over the state for the next two to three days.

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