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Rain likely in northwest plains; showers to decrease in south

November 6, 2013 3:43 PM |

The plains of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and west Uttar Pradesh are expected to receive rain during the next 48 hours. The Western Disturbance is expected to move towards Jammu & Kashmir. This system has induced a circulation over Rajasthan.

The northwest region will also have cloudy skies that will keep the maximum temperatures below the average. However, the region will also experience above normal night temperatures until the weather system (WD) remains.

Snowfall is expected at many places in Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand during the next two days. Some places in Jammu & Kashmir could also receive heavy snowfall in this period.

The Western Disturbance will move eastward to affect east India over eastern Uttar Pradesh and Bihar after the next 48 hours. Night temperatures in this region have been below average for past few days but they will rise. However, maximum temperatures will drop.

Northeast monsoon rain may subdue in south India over kerala, coastal and south interior Karnataka after the next 24 hours. Tamil Nadu will continue to witness rain at many places for the next couple of days.

Northeast region i.e. Manipur, Nagaland, Tripura and Mizoram will have cool nights. Night temperatures in the region are below the yearly average for this period. Dry weather and easterly winds have led to a drop in minimum temperatures. Kohima recorded a low of 8 degrees which is 6 degrees below the normal.






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