Pune Weather: Pune has recently witnessed a drop in temperatures, providing much-needed relief to its residents. The maximum temperature, which had previously soared above 41 degrees Celsius, has now reached 25-30 degrees Celsius.

This change in weather conditions can be attributed to the influence of Cyclone Remal, which has been active over the Bay of Bengal. The cyclone's presence has caused a shift in the air patterns, leading to a decrease in the maximum temperature by over 10 degrees Celsius. On Wednesday, the city recorded its lowest temperature of the season at 24 degrees Celsius.

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Pune Monsoon Arrival

According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) forecast, Pune is expected to witness thunderstorms from June 3 onwards. However, Anupam Kashyapi, a former IMD head, has clarified that this does not signify the onset of the monsoon in the city.

Discussing the broader monsoon outlook for the country, Kashyapi shared that India is expected to receive 106 per cent of its regular rainfall. While Northwest India and Central India are likely to receive 84 per cent and 92 per cent of their usual rainfall, respectively, the Southern Peninsula is anticipated to receive 87 per cent. The Northeast region, on the other hand, is expected to receive only 55 per cent of its typical rainfall.

Over the past 48 hours, Pune's maximum temperature has remained mostly between 30 and 31 degrees Celsius, a drop from the usual 38 to 41 degrees Celsius. The IMD Pune office attributes this change to the influx of moisture from the Arabian Sea, a direct consequence of Cyclone Remal's impact.

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However, the respite from the heat may be temporary, as the IMD Pune official warns that the westerly wind pattern caused by Cyclone Remal has depleted the moisture in southern Gujarat and Maharashtra. As a result, West-central India, including Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, and southern Madhya Pradesh, are likely to experience a notable increase in daytime temperatures in the c

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