Published on November 20th, 20120
It’s going to be cold tonight
Tonight, temperatures will dip to 15 Degrees Celsius, much like last night. Cold wave in the North is to blame.
by The Diarist | firstname.lastname@example.org
You’re not overreacting if you’re rummaging through your wardrobe, looking for your winter woollies. There’s a definite early winter-like nip in the air most days at sunrise and every day at sunset, this week.
In fact, temperatures tonight will continue on their low spiral from yesterday, and range from a maximum of 33 Degree Celsius to a more-than-cool 15 Degree Celsius. As per the Regional Meteorological Centre, Mumbai, “A severe cold wave condition would prevail in some parts of North Madhya Maharashtra, during the next one night.” This bulletin was issued at 1300 hours yesterday, but the Centre does not expect a major departure in these weather conditions for today. Monday, November 19, was the supposedly the coldest November day in the last 10 years.
As per the Centre, “Generally North Easterly to Easterly winds (will) prevail in the lower level over the (North Madhya Maharashtra) region.” These cold winds are reportedly a result of snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir; the chill there is being carried to the south of the country by winds.
So make sure to wrap up real good as the evening progresses. It’s going to be windy and the night will get progressively colder.
(Picture courtesy media.tcpalm.com)