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Cloudy sky conditions to prevail in Pune today: IMD

Pune has largely remained dry for the past 36 hours but the humidity levels have persistently remained on the higher side.

By: Express News Service | Pune |
Updated: June 4, 2021 11:37:04 am
Pune weather today, Pune rains, Pune temperature today, IMD Pune forecast, pune news, pune latest news, pune today news, pune local news, new pune news, latest pune newsThe strong westerly winds continue to dominate the rainfall over Konkan and Madhya Maharashtra, including parts of Pune. (File)

Pune skies will continue to remain overcast for most of Friday with light intensity rainfall possible towards the evening hours at some places.

Presently, there is no active weather over Maharashtra.

The day temperature expected on Friday is around 34 degrees and the night temperature should remain close to 22 degrees Celsius.

The city has largely remained dry for the past 36 hours but the humidity levels have persistently remained on the higher side.

On Friday, the relative humidity recorded was 77 per cent.

Meanwhile, Pune’s Air Quality Index (AQI) on Friday was recorded at 50, which comes under the ‘Satisfactory’ category.

Current location-wise Air Quality Index (AQI) on June 04, 2021:

Pune weather today, Pune rains, Pune IMD, IMD Pune forecast, pune news, pune latest news, pune today news, pune local news, new pune news, latest pune news AQI at different locations in Pune. (Source : SAFAR, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune)

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