The Western Disturbance has now shifted eastward, but its remnants might give isolated light rains over the upper reaches of Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. Weather of northern plains would be dry. Since the northerly cold and dry winds have commenced once again over the plains, thus minimums would drop further over Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Gujarat whereas a drop of 1°C-2°C would be seen in Delhi and West Uttar Pradesh.
Talking about pollution, there seems to be a marginal improvement in the Air Quality Index, but it would still remain in poor category at many places.
In Central India, a feeble trough is seen over northwest Madhya Pradesh up till Maharashtra. This system might give isolated thundery activities or light rain over West Madhya Pradesh. Weather of Gujarat, East Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Vidarbha would be dry. The day and night temperatures over South Rajasthan and Gujarat might drop by 1°C-2°C due to the cold winds from North.
Easterly humid winds are blowing over northeastern states. We expect isolated light rain activities over Arunachal Pradesh; rest northeast states to witness dry weather.
Marginal drop in temperatures is possible in East Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, however temperatures of Jharkhand, Odisha and Gangetic West Bengal might rise further due to warm and humid winds blowing from Bay of Bengal.
The Southern Peninsula would continue with dry weather. The south-easterlies from Bay of Bengal would help in increasing the minimums of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Day will be dry and very warm over Coastal Karnataka and Kerala with maximums in mid 30s.
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