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23/04/14 - Skymet Weather Report for India
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No weather system is going to affect the hills of North India tomorrow. Northwesterly winds will continue to blow in Delhi and North India. Warm westerly winds will make East and Northeast India immensely hot. And moist southwesterly winds will continue to give thundershowers in Kerala.
Moving on to Clouds
Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Odisha will have sunny skies tomorrow. Rest of the country will witness partly cloudy weather tomorrow. Kerala will continue to observe cloudy weather.
let’s take a look at rainfall now
Scattered rain bearing clouds may continue to give light rain of up to 5 mm in Jammu and Kashmir. Other than this, Kolkata, Vishakhapatnam and Nagpur will receive light rainfall tomorrow. Pre-monsoon showers continue in Kerala.
Moving onto the temperatures beginning with North, East and Northeast India:
Sun will be harsh and the day will be hot in entire North, East and Northeast India, as the maximums may settle between 37?C and 40?C.
Barring Kolkata which could observe the warmest night at 27 degrees, minimum temperatures in North, East and North India will settle between 20 and 22 degrees.
Moving on to Central India:

The hottest region of India, Central India, will see maximums settle between 36?C and 40?C. Parts of Vidarbha could exceed 42 degrees at times.

Night temperatures will be comfortable in Madhya Pradesh and Vidarbha, between 22 to 24?C and higher in Gujarat and Odisha, between 25 and 26?C.

Let’s take a quick look at South India now:
Maximums in South India are slightly less hot than Central India. Here the maximums will settle in the mid-thirties in most parts and higher thirties in others. Bangalore and Hyderabad could be the hottest cities in this part of country, with maximums settling between 37 and 39?C.
Nights will be warm and humid. Minimums will record in the mid-twenties. Minimums in Kerala will be even higher, i.e. around 26?C, owing to cloudy weather.

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