Weather in the Indo Gangetic Plains has been dry for the last couple of days. However, rainfall activity is all set to begin for areas right from Rajasthan up to West Bengal during the upcoming weekend.
A fresh Western Disturbance has approached Jammu and Kashmir, and it will induce a Cyclonic Circulation over Northwest Rajasthan and adjoining areas. Thus, isolated light rains are expected over Punjab on March 29.
Thereafter, as a trough from this system will extend up to western parts of Uttar Pradesh. Therefore, isolated rains are also expected over parts of North Rajasthan, Haryana, Delhi and West Uttar Pradesh.
Gradually, this system is expected to move eastwards along with eastward movement of the Western Disturbance. Thus, on March 31, some parts of Central and East Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, and West Bengal will see light rains. Intensity of these rains will remain light over all these areas until March 31.
Thereafter, on April 1, rainfall activities will reduce over the Indo Gangetic Plains and will see an increase over Northeast India including Sub Himalayan West Bengal as well as Sikkim.
The rain episode over the Indo Gangetic Plains will last for three days from March 29 to March 31. It will not have much impact on the maximum temperatures. However, due to cloud cover and isolated rains, day temperatures may see a slight decrease, but minimums will rise. Rain deficiency over these regions will not reduce as these weather activities will remain light in nature.
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