Temperature likely to be lower than normal in Goa

For the next two days, the maximum temperature will be around 33 degrees Celsius while the minimum temperature will hover around 19-20 degree Celsius. The India Meteorological Department’s (IMD) provided an explanation saying that there is a shift in wind direction from easterly to north-westerly as the easterly winds have become weaker. This led to really cold winds travelling towards the state from India’s northern parts. The temperature in Goa is most probably going to be below the normal mark till February 7.

On Thursday the maximum temperature was 34.9 degrees Celsius in Panaji and 35.2 degree celcius in Mormugao, two to three notches above normal. IMD forecasts the maximum to remain around 33-34 degrees Celsius for the next 48 hours. On Thursday, Panaji’s highest temperature was 34.9 degrees Celsius and Mormugao’s was 35.2 degree celsius. A colder night was on January 27th where the temperature fell to 20.2 degrees Celsius.

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