Over the last many days, dry weather was prevailing over Northwest plains of India including that of Delhi NCR, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Chandigarh and Uttar Pradesh. Due to this, days were pleasant, however nights were very cold.
Presently a weak Western Disturbance is moving across higher latitudes and can be seen over north Jammu and Kashmir. This system is resulting in northwesterly winds which are blowing over the entire northwest plains. These winds are dry and cold in nature and are likely to continue as there is no significant weather system in sight.
Cold weather combined with availability of moisture will result in foggy conditions over Northwest India. This moderate fog is likely to reduce visibility over Punjab, Haryana, North Rajasthan, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh resulting in difficulty for commuters in morning and noon hours.
Since, no active Western Disturbance is likely to approach the Indian subcontinent during the next few days hence, similar weather conditions will prevail for the days to come. The temperatures will decrease gradually, due to the air mass flowing in this region. The sky conditions will remain mainly clear hence, day will be bright and sunny. Sunny skies are sure to bring relief to many.
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