There is an active Western Disturbance lying over Jammu and Kashmir. It will bring fairly
widespread rain and snow over the hilly state of North India. Isolated places in Punjab could also
receive light rainfall.
With the change in wind pattern, Northern plains of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, West Uttar Pradesh and
North Rajasthan will observe moderate to dense fog. This might increase the pollution levels in the
industrial areas of Delhi.
Moderate to dense fog is expected over East Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Northeast India.
There is trough seen over Assam and Meghalaya. This will bring isolated rains over Assam,
Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh.
The cyclonic circulation over Southeast Madhya Pradesh and adjoining Vidarbha will give scattered
rains over Chhattisgarh and parts of Odisha.
Tamil Nadu and South Kerala will receive light rainfall. All thanks to the cyclonic
seen over Sri Lanka and adjoining South Tamil Nadu.
As fog has tightened its grip over the northwestern plains, maximum temperatures are now
expected to drop marginally across the region. But minimums could rise back to normal levels.
In Central India, maximums will settle in the range of 22 to 25°C. Minimums will remain between 5
Day temperatures will settle in the range of 30 to 34°C in South Peninsula. In the interiors,
minimums will remain around 17°C, while in the coastal areas night temperatures will higher in the
range of 21 to 25°C.