Minimum temperatures in North to rise by 2-4 degrees from Feb 16: IMD

A abnormally, high temperature over the next one months or so could have an impact on the yield of standing wheat crop mainly in North India

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Sanjeeb Mukherjee New Delhi
After a brief spell of mild cold, minimum temperatures across North-West and Central India along with Maharashtra is expected to rise by 2-4 degree celsius during the first half of the week starting February 16 and not change significantly thereafter, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said today.

"The minimum temperatures are in the range of 9-10 degree celsius now at isolated places over the plains of Northwest India and adjoining Central and East India. Minimum Temperatures are likely to rise gradually by 3-5 degree celsius over many parts of East India and by 2-4 degree celsius over many parts of

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First Published: Feb 16 2023 | 11:39 PM IST

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