Punjab, Haryana and Delhi could also receive showers during the period while there could be snowfall in Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand starting from Friday. Rain in Delhi is expected on Friday and Saturday as moist winds from the Arabian Sea will reach up to the region and collide with northerly winds to give rain in the national capital. Rain and cloud will bring relief from the chilly mornings by the end of the week. Single digit minimums will rise to settle around double digits.
The cyclonic circulation over Rajasthan is pulling moisture from the Arabian Sea and is working in tandem with the Western Disturbance that will start influencing the weather in North India from 14th of February. The weather system would travel eastwards next day to Central India and by 16th February it will be over east Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh and Odisha where it could stay till the 17th of February.
Odisha along the east coast could experience some rain in the next 24 hours as moist winds from the Bay of Bengal are converging with cold and dry northerly winds. Due to this, some rain could occur at a few places in the state during this period. But relief from warm and uncomfortable day time due to high maximums will only arrive by the weekend.