As had been forecast earlier by Skymet Weather, its been raining in Punjab and Haryana at present. In the wake of the fresh Western Disturbance over Jammu and Kashmir, an induced Cyclonic Circulation has formed over Punjab and its adjoining areas. Due to these weather systems, northern districts of Punjab such as Amritsar and its adjoining places have already experienced rains.
At present, weather conditions are cloudy to partly cloudy over most parts of Punjab and Haryana. Now we expect rain and thundershower activities to increase over northern districts of both the states. However, intensity of rains will be more over Punjab.
By tomorrow, southern parts of these states will also experience isolated rain and thundershower activities. So, we can say that this Holi will be a wet Holi for many parts of Punjab and Haryana.
Talking about the weather in the national capital- the cities of Delhi and NCR will experience partly cloudy to cloudy weather for the next 24 hours. Cloudy weather will keep the temperatures on a lower note. This might hamper the Holi celebration particularly on the morning of March 21 when the celebrations involve playing with water.
By March 22 however, the Western Disturbance would have moved away, and rain will also come to a halt. Weather will clear up and temperatures will once again start rising over the area.
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