To begin with North India, the Western Disturbance lies over Jammu and Kashmir. Due to this system, rain and snow will occur over Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan and Northwest Uttar Pradesh will witness light rain. Day temperatures will rise in these states. Due to presence of moisture and low temperatures, northwestern plains will observe moderate fog during the early morning hours.
Moving to East/Northeast India, a cyclonic circulation lies over Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and another cyclonic circulation lies over Jharkhand and adjoining Bihar. In the wake of these systems, rain and thundershowers with strong winds will occur over some places of Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha along with many parts of West Bengal and northeastern states.
In Central India, an upper air trough is extending across Chhattisgarh. Therefore, isolated places of Chhattisgarh will receive light rain. Due to northwesterly winds, dry weather will prevail over Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha and Gujarat. In fact, night temperatures are likely to drop in most parts of Central India. However, due to presence of an upper air trough, southern parts of Gujarat and North Coastal Maharashtra including Mumbai may receive light rain.
Lastly in South India, a cyclonic circulation lies over Sri Lanka and adjoining parts of Comorin region. This system would be moving westwards. Hence, southern parts of Kerala will receive light rain and thundershowers. Rest of South India will remain warm and dry.
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