Light Rainfalls May Take Place in Goa

 At a few places in Goa, there may be light rainfall or thunderstorms along with lightning for 3 – 4 days which includes March 21. The India meteorological department (IMD) revealed that this is beacause of a trough moving from coastal Karnataka to central Maharashtra crossing Goa at 1.5km above sea level.

“The system is persisting and is bringing moisture. It will continue for a few days,” IMD scientist, Rahul M said. 

“With present observations, we cannot say that Goa is going to experience a heat wave. The average maximum temperature of March, April and May this year will be around 0.25 degrees higher than its normal value. There has been no heatwave forecast for Goa for at least the coming five days,” he added.

On March 24 and 25, there may be a small increase in temperature Goa‘s maximum daytime temperature but there is no evidence of any heatwave.

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