The active Western Disturbance is bringing rain and snow to many parts of Western Himalayas. And despite inducing a Cyclonic Circulation over Central Pakistan, we still do not expect any significant weather activity in Punjab and Haryana.
However, the sky will remain cloudy over both the states. Since these will be medium to high clouds, therefore, chances of rain are ruled out. The day temperatures will drop due to the cloud cover, but another active Western Disturbance will start affecting the Western Himalayas by November 25 and it will be instrumental in giving light scattered rains in Punjab and Haryana on November 25.
The intensity and spread of rain are likely to increase by November 26 and many parts of the states will get light rains with one or two moderate spells.
Isolated hailstorm activities are also possible during this time. The minimums may increase by two to three degrees on November 25 and 26. And by November 27, the weather will once again clear and the cold winds from the snow-clad mountains will start blowing in the states of Punjab and Haryana. This will again lead to a decrease in minimums and will set up the pace for the winter chill.
It is also very likely that during this period many parts of the state may even witness minimums in single digits. By November 27 and 28, moderate to dense fog in parts of Punjab and Haryana can be a sight during the morning hours.
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