Expect a rise in temperature from tomorrow

Presently, different parts of Goa are going through dry and hot weather. Until the 4th of March, the temperature is likely to be around 34-35 degrees Celsius and 24 degree Celsius. The weather is also expected to be dry and humid.

There was a trough in the southwest coast on Monday which led to southerly dominant winds in Goa. This resulted in partly cloudy evening skies and light rainfall in secluded areas.

Weather forecasters said that the first week of March will mark the beginning of summer. “The existing trend hints at an official end of the winter season. We expect a gradual rise in mercury levels as no deep trough are foreseen that may lead to drop in temperature”, an IMD official said. They expect the temperature to climb even higher after Wednesday – during the days and nights.

On Monday, the IMD forecasted a temperature rise by 1 or 2 degrees Celsius till March 4 as the dominant winds are shifting to easterlies. 

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