The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) Pune has predicted a drop of roughly 3–4 degrees in minimum temperatures over the next three days, signaling the return of cold weather to the city. In the upcoming days, temperatures in places like NDA and Shivajinagar could drop to single digits.
In the next five to six days, two weather disturbances are expected to affect northwest India, according to a senior IMD Pune official. Over the area, strong, chilly northwesterly surface winds are predicted.
As a result, from Wednesday morning until the morning of February 3, the minimum temperatures (T Min) in north-central Maharashtra, including Pune, are probably going to drop. Maximum temperatures (T Max) are expected to drop during this time.
The senior official went on to say that there is a chance that northerly winds will reach certain areas of the state, especially Pune city and district and north-central Konkan and Madhya Maharashtra. From January 31 to February 3, the city can anticipate mostly dry weather with mostly clear skies.
However, there may occasionally be some cloud cover during the day as the western disturbance moves through. The next few days are expected to see a 3° drop in minimum temperatures.
On some days, in addition to partly cloudy conditions, there may be a 2° drop in the maximum temperature, which will result in cooler weather.