Goa temperature to rise by 2 degrees

Warm sunshine is one of the trademarks of Goa the tropical paradise. Tourists love listening to the waves while sunbathing at the beach. It is a welcome change from cold wet weather. The temperature of this beautiful state may increase by 1-2 degrees over the following two days. Presently, the temperature is at 33 degrees Celsius.

“In past 24 hours, maximum temperatures recorded at Panaji and Mormugao were 33C and 32.6C respectively. The temperature values in the inland regions of Goa may be higher than that at coastal areas,” said the India meteorological department (IMD).

The temperature changes come under the ‘no large change’ category. This means the temperature change is within 2 degrees in 24 hours. The IMD doesn’t forecast any drastic change in Goa’s minimum temperature either. Temperatures in inland areas may be higher than coastal regions. 

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