Starting with North India, from where the Western Disturbance is now moving away. Despite this, one or two places in northern parts of Jammu and Kashmir might receive rains. On the other hand, dry weather will prevail over rest parts including Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. Temperatures will see a steep rise. Delhi air quality will remain in ‘moderate’ category.
Coming on to East and Northeast India, where a Cyclonic Circulation is over Assam. In view of this, some places over Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and adjoining Nagaland are likely to see rains. Snowfall is possible over higher reaches of Arunachal Pradesh. Meanwhile, strong northwesterly winds will blow over Bihar, Jharkhand, and Gangetic West Bengal. Temperatures are likely to rise over here.
Talking about Central India where dry weather is likely over most parts. Temperatures are set to rise along with a mainly sunny sky. Odisha might see patchy fog in its coastal areas. A very warm day lies ahead for Mumbai and adjoining coastal regions.
Lastly in South India, where dry northeasterly winds are likely to blow over Kerala and South Tamil Nadu. Temperatures will see a steep rise over the region. Thunderclouds may develop over the coastal stations leading to rains at a few places. Meanwhile, dry weather will prevail over rest parts of South Peninsula.
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