Rainfall is expected in Punjab, Chandigarh, Delhi, Rajasthan and the west until today
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that snowfall and scattered rainfall is very likely over the Western Himalayan region on January 6. , northern Rajasthan and western Uttar Pradesh (UP).
In southern Rajasthan, Gujarat, western Madhya Pradesh and eastern UP, people are likely to experience isolated to scattered rains on January 6. According to IMD, intense western disturbance is also very likely over northwest India, starting overnight Thursday, January 6.
Weather forecast until January 10
Under the influence of the western disturbance over northwestern India, induced cyclonic circulation is very likely to form over southwestern Rajasthan and surrounding areas on January 7th. IMD also predicted a gradual increase in minimum temperatures of 2-4 degrees Celsius over the next two days and no significant change is likely in the next 3-4 days.
In addition, no significant change in minimum temperatures is likely over eastern India over the next 24 hours, although a gradual increase in temperatures of 3-5 degrees Celsius is expected over the next three days. .
In the west, Maharashtra is not expected to experience any significant change in minimum temperatures over the next 24 hours. However, a temperature increase of 2-4 degrees Celsius is very likely. As for the rest of India, no significant change in minimum temperatures is expected over the next three to four days.
North West India expected to see light to moderate precipitation tomorrow
From January 7 to 9, a very humid climate around the Arabian Sea and the western Himalayan region is very likely and isolated heavy rainfall and snowfall is forecast for Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand January 8. In addition, the northwestern plains and adjacent central India are likely to experience scattered to fairly extensive light to moderate rains from January 7 to 9.
Heavy isolated rains are very likely over Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh on January 8, according to forecasts from the Indian Meteorological Department.
According to IMD forecasts, Madhya Pradesh will experience isolated thunderstorms accompanied by hail on January 8 and 9 with Vidarbha. In addition, dense to very dense fog pockets in isolated parts are very likely over eastern UP, Bihar, West Bengal sub-Himalayas and Sikkim. Odisha, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura will likely experience dense fog over the next two days.