Winter season was almost dry for Northwest India including Hills. Intensity and frequency of Western disturbance was less than usual. Impact of those weak Western disturbance was felt by Northern Plains in terms of scanty rain.
Pre monsoon season commenced on a dry note but there was sudden change in weather pattern from second half of March. Intense rain and thundershower activities was witnessed until first week of April. All the rain deficient states of North India to become rain surplus.
Intensity of Western disturbances has reduced once again. Thus, the cyclonic circulation will also not develop over North India. The weather is expected to go dry and temperatures will start increasing. This scenario will be beneficial to farming community as crops are ready for harvesting. Rain or thunderstorm during this time will certainly Hamper the crops. Rising temperature will lead to discomfort but heat wave is not expected anytime soon. Temperature will become above normal over most parts.