Kolkata, Feb 23 (UNI) The advent of spring has seen temperatures soaring appreciably in most parts of the state, including Sub-Himalayan West Bengal.
Alipore Met officials reported the maximum temperature at 30.5 degrees Celsius, one degree above normal, while the minimum was pegged at 16.1 degrees Celsius, one degree below normal.
Humidity level was considerably low with maximum level being recorded at 50 per cent in the city.
Minimum temperatures rose and were appreciably above normal in isolated parts of Sub-Himalayan West Bengal. Lowest minimum temperature of 10 degrees Celsius was recorded at Coochbehar in the plains of the region.
Weather will mainly be dry over whole of West Bengal in the next 24 hours. Sky will remain clear and the minimum temperature in the next 24 hours has been predicted to be around 18 degrees Celsius.
No rainfall has been recorded in the state in the last 24 hours and the weathermen have predicted no possibility of rainfall in the next 24 hours.
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