Dharwad district records 9.4°C, coldest in the state

Cold wave has gripped several parts of North Karnataka. Dharwad district has recorded a minimum temperature of 9.4°C, the coldest in the state.

According to the data published by India Meteorological Department (IMD Bengaluru), Dharwad district recorded a maximum temperature of 26.8°C and a minimum temperature of 9.4°C.

Dharwad district records 9.4°C, coldest in the state
Gokul Road, Hubballi covered in thick fog: File photo

Maximum and Minimum temperature recorded by few other cities in Karnataka:

  • Vijayapura 28.0°C – 10.2°C
  • Bidar 26.4°C – 10.5°C
  • Ballari 30.1°C – 10.7°C
  • Hassan 33.2°C – 11.2°C
  • Gadag 27.6°C – 12.1°C
  • Raichur 29.4°C – 13.0°C
  • Belagavi 26.6°C – 13.2°C
  • Bengaluru 27.0°C – 15.6°C
  • Mysuru 28.0°C – 19.2°C
  • Mangaluru 32.0°C – 21.9°C

As many as 12 districts reported a dip in the temperature, the cold wave is likely to continue for a few more days.

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2 thoughts on “Dharwad district records 9.4°C, coldest in the state

  1. Atmospheric temperature is further lowered by cool citizens and their cold response for any external political or unscientific, immature behavior found in other district. Peace loving, tolerate, staunch believers in values of this motherland, are exhibited meaningfully.

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