The Low-Pressure Area over south-central Arabian Sea and adjoining equator is likely to intensify into a well-marked low-pressure area and further may intensify into a Depression. A trough from this system is extending up to Coastal Karnataka. Moderate northeasterly winds prevailed over southern parts of Tamil Nadu.
Light to moderate rain and thundershower activities with isolated heavy spells may be seen over South Lakshadweep with light to moderate spells seen over North Lakshadweep.
Rain and thundershowers with reduced intensity is likely to continue over Tamil Nadu, South Andhra Pradesh and Kerala. Whereas scattered rain and thundershowers will be seen in parts of rest Andhra Pradesh, South Telangana, Karnataka, and Goa.
The easterly/northeasterly winds will prevail over Odisha and adjoining Gangetic West Bengal. Mixing of two air masses along the Odisha coast may cause light rain and thundershower activities especially over Ganjam, Puri. Whereas northern districts of Odisha will see light rains only. Cloudy to Partly cloudy sky will prevail over Odisha and Gangetic West Bengal.
Seasonal dry weather will prevail over rest parts of East India. While in Northeast India, mainly moderate to dense fog in isolated pockets may be a sight. Meanwhile, dry weather will prevail in central parts of our country with mist and haze during the morning hours and isolated pockets of Madhya Pradesh may receive light to moderate rain.
Up in the North, light variable winds, moderate dense fog in parts of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and West Uttar Pradesh will be seen. Haziness will be seen during the afternoon hours as well with clear sky in sight.
Delhi pollution will be in severe zone during morning hours followed by poor to very poor air quality as the day progresses.Pleasant and very cold morning is likely over the hills of Jammu and Kashmir.Also, we can expect next Western Disturbance around December 10.
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