In East India a Cyclonic Circulation lies over the eastern parts of Assam. The remnants of the Western Disturbance have been increasing moisture in Northeast India as it has traveled along the foothills. Therefore, we expect scattered rain and snow in Arunachal Pradesh, and at a few places in Assam, Meghalaya, and Nagaland. While isolated rain may also occur in Sikkim.
The weather of the rest of Northeast, as well as East India, will remain dry. Also, both the day and night temperatures will rise by one to two degrees in the East.
Up in the North although the Western Disturbance has moved away, the remnants of the system will continue to give isolated light rain in the upper reaches of Jammu and Kashmir until today evening. Thereafter, we expect weather of hills to clear up. Partly cloudy sky with bright sunshine can be observed over the hills of North India.
Strong westerly winds will continue to blow over North Rajasthan, Delhi, Haryana as well as in parts of Punjab. Due to this, the day and night temperature will remain marginally above normal. As the winds will start blowing from the northwest direction, both the temperature are expected to drop by a couple of degrees after 24 hours in parts of Northern plains.
Coming to Central India an anti-cyclone is lying over south-west Madhya Pradesh and North Maharashtra. In the wake of this system, the weather of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Gujarat, and Rajasthan will remain dry. Medium to high clouds are possible in parts of Gujarat. While the day and night temperature may drop further over the western parts of Rajasthan as well as Gujarat, and North Konkan and Goa.
Down South the weather of the entire Southern peninsula is expected to remain dry, warm and sunny. Day temperature of Coastal Karnataka, as well as Kerala, will be settling in higher 30s leading to summery conditions. In rest other parts of South India, the day temperature will also remain above normal.
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