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Weather Forecast for March 29: Summer approaching Delhi and North India, Heatwave in South India

March 28, 2016 4:35 PM |


The mercury has been soaring in Delhi and adjoining states. Seems like summer isn’t far behind. A fresh western Disturbance is approaching the western Himalayas. This system will bring some rainfall in the hills of North India around 30th of March. It will lead to change in the wind direction by Tuesday. Cool northwesterlies will be replaced by warm Southwesterly winds in the plains of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and West Uttar Pradesh. Now temperatures are set to rise over Northwest Madhya Pradesh as well because there will be no weather activity over this region for the next couple of days.

A cyclonic circulation is marked over East Bihar and adjoining Jharkhand region. Tomorrow, widespread rain thundershowers will occur over the Northeastern states, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim.

A trough is extending from the circulation up to Odisha. Tomorrow we can expect isolated rain over Gangetic West Bengal, Odisha and Jharkhand.

Talking about Central India now. Here weather conditions will continue to be hot and dry. Oppressive heat could be witnessed during afternoon hours.

A cyclonic circulation can be seen over Comorin area. This will bring scattered light rain over South Tamil Nadu and Kerala. We can also see a trough extending from this system.

Many places in Northern plains will observe temperatures in mid-thirties.

Delhi will record maximum and minimum of 33 and 18°C. Kolkata will be warm and humid with maximum at 34 and minimum settling at 26°C.

Heatwave like conditions are prevailing in Telangana, North Interior Karnataka, Marathwada and parts of Southwest Madhya Pradesh. Temperatures here are about 3 degree Celsius above normal in lower forties.

Tomorrow Hyderabad will have day temperature touching 40°C.


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