Weather in north and northwest India has been dry and hot and is likely to remain so in the coming two to three days. A change in weather may be in the offing after this period in north India as a fresh Western Disturbance is expected to arrive. Rain will continue over east and northeast India during the next two days. Kerala and Tamil Nadu will also see rain in the coming two days.
A Western Disturbance over northeast Jammu & Kashmir has moved out and the weather over north and northwest India has turned dry and hot. Day temperatures in these parts have dropped but they will rise from tomorrow. Rain would make a return by the weekend in Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. Some places in west Rajasthan, Punjab and Haryana could witness change in weather by then.
Maximum temperatures in Delhi would rise tomorrow onwards and continue so for the next two days. By Saturday, they may reach the lower forties again. Dry and hot weather would continue to persist in the national capital till then.
A trough of low pressure runs from Bihar to south Tamil Nadu across Chhattisgarh, interior Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and interior Karnataka. The weather system will bring rain in Bihar, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Orissa and Andhra Pradesh in east and central Peninsula. Rain will occur at one or two places in these states during the next two days. One or two places in interior Maharashtra and interior Karnataka could also receive rain in the next two days.
Southeasterly winds from the Bay of Bengal and southwesterly winds from the Arabian Sea will continue to have a brisk confrontation over Kerala and Tamil Nadu during the next two days. This will usher in rain at a few places here.
Northeast India will be the highest rain getter in the country during the next two days. Many places in Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh and other states will receive rain. Rainfall activities in these parts will continue to prevail due to a cyclonic circulation over Meghalaya. Moist winds are coming in from the Bay of Bengal.