The day next to Deepawali has been a very severe one on account of Air Quality Index. On Thursday early morning, the AQI was in poor category but as the day progressed dense layer smog engulfed Delhi NCR. The AQI has now slipped into “very severe” category, crossing the values beyond 800 at many places.
Up in North, a feeble Western Disturbance is over Jammu and Kashmir region which would give light rain over the state and Himachal Pradesh. Light snow can be also witnessed over the upper reaches of these places.
Meanwhile weather in Northwest plains including Delhi-NCR will remain dry. But minimum temperatures can witness marginal increase on account of rise in humidity. Isolated places like Hisar, Karnal, Jind might witness shallow to moderate fog.
Down south, due to the presence of Cyclonic Circulation over Comorin region, moderate rains would affect the southern parts of Tamil Nadu. Whereas, northern parts of Tamil Nadu would receive light rain at scattered places.
Once this system moves westward, Kerala and Lakshadweep would then experience light to moderate rains at many places.
A well-marked low-pressure area lies over Southeast parts of Bay of Bengal and it is expected to intensify. Due to presence of this system, moderate to heavy rainfall is expected over Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Heading towards East and Northeast India, a Cyclonic Circulation lies over southern parts of Assam. Due to presence of this system, isolated places might experience light rain over northeastern states.
Due to amalgamation of moist winds over Coastal Odisha and Andhra Pradesh, light rain might affect isolated places of East India. Eastern states might experience a marginal drop in their minimums.
In Central India, an Anti-Cyclone is over Gujarat region, thus dry weather would continue to prevail for Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Vidarbha.
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