The Low-Pressure Area over southeast Arabian Sea and adjoining Lakshadweep is likely to become a well-marked Low-Pressure Area. The system will move initially in north/northwest direction and eventually in northerly direction and is likely to intensify as well.
Moderate to heavy rains with isolated heavy spells are likely to continue at many places of Tamil Nadu including Chennai, Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and Kerala.Lakshadweep will witness heavy to very heavy rainfall during the next 24 to 48 hours. The sea conditions will be rough and the windspeed will be around 40-50 kmph gusting up to 60m kmph. The coastal areas may see high waves as well.
Moderate rain is also possible in parts of South Karnataka including Bengaluru and South Andhra Pradesh. Light rain and thundershowers will be seen over the rest south peninsular areas. Meanwhile in Central India, South coastal Maharashtra and Madhya Maharashtra, adjoining Marathwada and South Chhattisgarh may receive light rains.
Dry weather will prevail over rest parts of Central India. Up in the North, light rain and snow may occur in parts of North Jammu and Kashmir and North Himachal Pradesh as the Western Disturbance is moving across east Jammu and Kashmir. The northerly/northwesterly cool winds will prevail over the northwestern plains.
Fog condition will see an improvement over the plains. Shallow to moderate fog is likely including Delhi and NCR. The minimums will drop, and single digits can be seen.Moderate dry winds will prevail, and sunny sky will be a sight over the northwestern plains of the country.
Pollution level will improve over Delhi and NCR and will be in mainly moderate category.In the northeastern states of our country, a Cyclonic Circulation can be seen over the extreme south of northeast states. Isolated rain may be a chance over Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh. Moderate fog with isolated dense fog may be seen towards morning over the northeastern states of our country.
Heading to east India, wherein minimums may drop marginally. Dry north westerly winds will prevail. Mist and shallow fog will be seen during morning hours and mainly clear sky will be seen towards afternoon. Extreme South Odisha may witness light showers.
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