Ever since the beginning of 2019, we have seen series of Western Disturbances and induced weather systems such as cyclonic circulations and confluence zone. All these together have been giving rain and thundershowers of varying intensity at regular interval till now.
While Western Disturbances gave rain and snow over hills of North India, cyclonic circulation gave rain over northwestern plains and confluence zone over east and central parts of the country.
However, weather across the country is now all set to witness a change. According to weathermen at Skymet Weather, dry weather is soon likely to grip the entire country as there will no significant weather system over for next 3-4 days.
As we progress further in the season, intensity as well as frequency of Western Disturbances would also decrease, leading to dry weather.
Only isolated to scattered rains may occur over northeastern parts of the country due to persistence of feeble cyclonic circulation over East Assam.
Another spell of rains expected to commence over Western Himalayas as well as northwestern plains of Punjab, Haryana and Delhi on March 26 but this will be short lived and weather would again go dry by March 27.
Slowly but steadily, the country is heading towards warm and dry weather conditions. In fact, we can expect, dust storm and other pre-Monsoon activities would commence after 8-10 days over the plains of Northwest India.
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