Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, October 16
Rain is likely in the tricity on Sunday and Monday.
According to the Chandigarh Meteorological Department, the rain spell is likely to be accompanied by thunderstorm, lightning and squall (40-50 kmph) at isolated places. It will bring down daytime temperature.
“Keeping in view the ongoing harvesting of crops in the region, it is suggested necessary arrangements should be made for a safe storage of the produce,” said a Met update.
Meanwhile, Saturday saw the hottest October day in a decade. Today’s maximum temperature was 36.4°C, which is four degrees above normal and the highest in the month of October since 2010 when the same temperature was reported. On October 12, 36.5°C maximum temperature was witnessed, the highest in the past 13 years. The all-time highest maximum temperature record of this month is 37.2°C recorded in 1992.
Due to rain likely tomorrow, the maximum temperature is predicted to fall to around 27°C. For the next few days, daytime temperature is likely to remain on the lower side.
The minimum temperature, which was 20.6°C (three degrees above normal) today, is not expected to see much change. It is likely to be around 20-21°C.
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