West Bengal and Kolkata, 02 December, Latest Weather report of Kolkata and West Bengal for 02 December, 2021 in Bengali


Weather in North Bengal

Weather in North Bengal

According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department this morning, the weather in North Bengal is likely to remain dry for the next 48 hours, i.e. Saturday morning, December 4. Although there is no such change in the night temperature in the next 24 hours, the temperature in the plains may rise to 3-4 degrees Celsius in the next 3-4 days.

  Weather in South Bengal

Weather in South Bengal

According to the weather forecast given this morning, the weather will remain dry in all parts of South Bengal for the next 24 hours, i.e. Friday morning, December 3. However, there is a possibility of light rain in North 24 Parganas, South 24 Parganas, East Midnapore, Howrah, Jhargram and West Midnapore in the next 24 hours ie Saturday morning of 4th December. Besides, the rest of the districts will remain dry. Although there is no such change in the night temperature in the next 24 hours, the weather office has predicted that the temperature may rise to 3-4 degrees in the next 3-4 days.
The disaster started on Friday afternoon and may continue till Monday. Rain is forecast across South Bengal on Sunday, December 5. Fishermen are banned from going to sea between 3 and 5 December.

The weather in Kolkata

The weather in Kolkata

According to the meteorological department, the sky will be clear in Kolkata and surrounding areas in the next 24 hours. The maximum and minimum temperatures can be around 29 and 16 degrees Celsius.

Minimum temperature in different cities of North and South Bengal (Degree Celsius)

Minimum temperature in different cities of North and South Bengal (Degree Celsius)

Asansol 16.4
Balurghat 16.4
Bankura 16
Barrackpore 17.6
Bahrampur 14.6
Burdwan 16
Canning 18
Kochbihar 11.3
Darjeeling 6.4
Digha 15.4
Kolkata 16
Malda 18.1
Panagarh 15.3
Purulia 13.1
Siliguri 12.4
Sriniketan 15.2

Northwest India has westerly winds

Northwest India has westerly winds

At the moment there is a western storm over north-western India. Another westerly storm is expected to hit by December 4. This may result in isolated rains in Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Gilgit-Baltistan, Muzaffarabad, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.



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