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In Pune city, mercury levels are above normal, and air quality is moderate

The maximum temperature recorded in Shivajinagar on Friday was 30.5 degrees Celsius, 1.5 degrees higher than normal. In addition, the nighttime temperature was 14.6 degrees Celsius, 3.6 degrees Celsius higher than normal.

PUNE Air quality in the city remains moderate as day and night temperatures remain above normal. In the coming days, the temperature in Pune city may remain warmer than normal due to cloudy conditions, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD).

The overall air quality for Pune city on Friday evening was 149, which was moderate, according to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (Safar).

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According to Safar, only Shivajinagar reported an air quality index (AQI) of 197 on Friday, which was borderline poor. On Friday, the AQI in Pashan, Hadapsar, Alandi, Bhumkar chowk in Wakad, Nigdi, Katraj, and Kothrud in Pune was moderate.

In Pune city
In Pune city

The maximum temperature recorded in Shivajinagar on Friday was 30.5 degrees Celsius, 1.5 degrees higher than normal. In addition, the nighttime temperature was 14.6 degrees Celsius, 3.6 degrees Celsius above normal.

Minimum temperatures in central India will be three to six degrees Celsius above normal, according to Anupam Kashyapi, head of the weather forecasting department at IMD Pune.

“In the coming days, the minimum temperature in Pune city may rise. In the coming days, the daytime temperature will gradually rise as well,” he predicted.

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Air quality is expected to remain moderate for the next few days, according to Safar officials.

“At lower and middle tropospheric levels, there is a high moisture feeding from the Arabian Sea over northwest and adjoining central India. This will almost certainly continue until January 10th. At lower tropospheric levels, a convergence of winds from the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal is very likely over central India until January 11. “On the 9th and 10th of January, isolated thunderstorms with lightning/hail are very likely over Vidarbha in Maharashtra,” according to IMD officials.

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