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No relief from swelter in next 2 days

Siliguri Times Jun 22, 2016

 

In north Bengal, monsoon has set in earlier and the currents are more active,” explained Debnath.Humidity, too, could hover around 90%-92%, predicted AccuWeather, a weather forecasting service. In north Bengal, monsoon has set in earlier and the currents are stronger than south,” explained Debnath.Humidity, too, could hover around 90%-92%, predicted AccuWeather , a weather forecasting app. “The weather will remain uncomfortable in Kolkata with the temperature and humidity being well above the normal mark. According to Met office, this trend is set to continue over the next two days. The maximum temperature will remain 3-4 degrees above normal.

Kolkata: The hot and humid spell will continue in the city over the next 48 hours. The maximum temperature will remain 3-4 degrees above normal.”With no low-pressure trough or cyclonic circulation in sight, south Bengal will remain warm,” said an official with Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC).Deputy director-general, RMC, G C Debnath said the beginning of monsoon had diverse effect in the two halves of the state. “The weather will remain uncomfortable in Kolkata with the temperature and humidity being well above the normal mark.

No respite is in sight either. But north Bengal will be lashed with heavy rainfall, which may even lead to flooding in some areas,” said Debnath.On Tuesday, the maximum temperature in the city touched 35.1 degrees, two notches above normal. According to Met office, this trend is set to continue over the next two days.”With the low pressure trough having moved southward towards Odisha, there is no trigger for the monsoon rains.

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