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Delhi, Amritsar, Jaipur, Lucknow to witness first good winter rains

Delhi, Amritsar, Jaipur, Lucknow to witness first good winter rains

02:43 PM

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The winter chill has already set in North India. However, the wintry weather which usually sets in the month of December is yet to begin. Meanwhile, almost every day, people in Delhi and NCR are waking up to smoky mornings. While people in Punjab and Haryana are witnessing mist or haze during the early morning hours.

The pollution levels in Delhi and NCR, troubling the locals depleted today as the sun was shinning bright in the national capital region. Though as per the meteorological theory, the pollution levels are not expected to disperse until the appearance of sharp intensity in rains.

However, the good news coming on the way out of Skymet Weather is the arrival of multiple weather systems that are expected to bring in rains over the Northwest plains.

The weathermen at Skymet Weather predict that an active Western Disturbance is likely to approach the Western Himalayan region around December 10 and 11. This weather system will induce a cyclonic circulation over Haryana. In addition to this, a trough is also expected to extend from Haryana to East Uttar Pradesh.

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All these weather systems are expected to result in good rains over the plains of North India including the states such as Northwest Rajasthan, West and North Madhya Pradesh, Delhi and NCR, Punjab, Haryana and West Uttar Pradesh on December 11 and 12.

These would be the first widespread rains of the season and will cover almost the entire Northwest plains considering the fact that the region has witnessed only some light spells previously.

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Generally, winters are marked with the formation of thick and dense fog which has remained absent uptill now. The parts of Punjab and Haryana have just seen mist or haze formation. However, with these rains, the plains of North India will witness formation of fog absent untill now.

Skymet Weather states that these widespread rains will bring in foggy winter, as these rains will leave a lot of moisture in the atmosphere. In addition to this, the humidity level will also be high. Furthermore, there will be drop in temperature and light wind conditions will prevail.

All these weather phenomena are the necessary prerequisites for fog formation, which will eventually take place after the appearance of these aforementioned rainy spells. The trending light woolens should be swapped with thickly knitted attires because of the predicted commencement of the wintry chill.

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