If you are planning to beat the sizzling summer heat by taking a trip to the hill spots of North India, the next couple of days are the favorable time to visit one. While pleasant weather with cool morning and nights are on cards for the northern hills, rains for the upcoming days would also not be a trouble for the visitors.
As per Skymet Weather, after experiencing some good rainy days, the weather of the hills of North India is now clear. The recent rainy episodes over the northern hills were due to the passage of back to back active Western Disturbances affecting the Western Himalayan regions.
The effect was also experienced in the plains of Northwest India including Punjab, Haryana, and Delhi-NCR in the form of significant drop in temperatures. Thus, the temperatures which were settling near 40 degrees Celsius in the plains, dipped and settled in higher 30s.
However, after the passage of these weather systems, the hills are now relishing pleasant weather conditions which are likely to continue for the next 24-48 hours.
As per Skymet Weather, now another Western Disturbance that is presently over Afghanistan would slowly move towards the Western Himalayas. This weather system is likely to affect Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh on April 27, resulting in some light rain and thundershowers between April 27-28. The higher reaches of both the states also stand a chance to witness some light snowfall activities.
Uttarakhand would also receive some scattered rain and thundershowers. Thereafter, the pre-Monsoon activities would once again take a break of a day. However, the isolated pockets of these states may continue to witness some light rains on April 29 as well.
Henceforth, after a day’s gap, another active Western Disturbance may approach the Western Himalayan region on May 1. Due to this, we can expect another round of good rains over the hills of North India between May 1 and May 3. Thus, we can say that the upcoming week can be said to be the best time to tour the hill stations of North India.
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