The Western Disturbance has moved eastward, and the fresh Western Disturbance is likely to affect the upper reaches of Jammu region by January 15. Thus, light rain and snow can be witnessed at isolated pockets of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Cool winds will prevail resulting in rise in chillness over the hills.
The induced Cyclonic Circulation is moving across Uttar Pradesh. The sky will be partly cloudy to cloudy which will bring in rains and thundershowers during early morning hours in parts of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan and West Uttar Pradesh. Afternoon onward, weather will improve and at the time of Lohri celebration, chill in the air will persist. Day temperatures are expected to fall by two to three degrees.
The northerly winds are expected to blow at few parts of North Bihar and West Bengal. The temperatures will remain above normal over the region and might drop at some parts post 24 hours. Shallow fog accompanied with mist will be seen during morning hours and day will be sunny.
A Cyclonic Circulation is over Tripura and neighboring areas, thus rains at isolated pockets of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam can be seen. Day will be comfortable with light to moderate fog at many places during morning hours.
In Central India, a trough is seen extending from Northcentral Arabian Sea to South Madhya Pradesh. Thus, one can witness light rain at few places over Southwest Madhya Pradesh and adjoining Vidarbha region.
Sky will be partly cloudy over parts of West Madhya Pradesh, Madhya Maharashtra and Vidarbha. Mist and haziness will be seen during morning hours and mainly sunny sky is expected. Night temperatures will remain above normal.
Down South, dry weather will prevail over the entire region barring few parts of Southeast Coastal Tamil Nadu and Coastal Kerala where light rains can be witnessed. Haziness and mist will be seen during morning hours.
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