There are chances of rain in Delhi today evening and tomorrow. Rain is also expected to increase in Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand during the next two days. High day temperatures will sustain in central India during the next two days. Northeast will have rain at a few places during the period while rain is also expected over one or two places in Chhattisgarh, Orissa, Kerala and Karnataka.
A cyclonic circulation over west Rajasthan is expected to give light rain in Delhi during the next 24 hours. Weather in Delhi will turn dry thereafter and will see rise in day temperatures. Night temperatures in Delhi will keep the morning hours cool and comfortable. Wind conditions in Delhi will be easterly to southeasterly during the next 24 hours. Weather in Delhi will have a partly cloudy sky.
The Western Disturbance over northwest Jammu & Kashmir is moving east-northeastwards. This will give rain at a few places over Jammu & Kashmir and at one or two places over Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand will see increase in rain after the next 24 hours.
Weather, today and tomorrow, in north India will see a fall in maximum Temperatures. Due to rise in humidity level, afternoons will be uncomfortable in the plains of north India as well as over northwest India for the next two days.
Rain will continue to occur at a few places in northeastern states during the next two days. Temperatures in upper parts of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam will be comfortable but days will be warm in rest of the areas in lower regions. East India will record day temperatures into late thirties. Varanasi in east Uttar Pradesh, Gaya and Patna in Bihar and places in Gangetic West Bengal would continue to be hot during the next two days.
Summer in India has started taking shots at central India as intense heating under open skies has led the day temperatures rise into forties in some areas like Akola in Maharashtra, Nizamabad in Andhra Pradesh, Gulbarga in Karnataka, since yesterday the 1st of April.
Other places in south Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra except west coast, Chhattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh have temperatures in late thirties. These temperatures will fall marginally during the next 24 hours but the weather will remain hot.