Rains begin in Punjab, Rajasthan, to cover Haryana, Delhi soon

Rains begin in Punjab, Rajasthan, to cover Haryana, Delhi soon

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After remaining dry for almost two months, the northwestern states of Punjab, Haryana, and parts of Rajasthan are expected to get drenched in some rains. All thanks to the active Western Disturbance which would bring light rains to most parts of Northwest India.

In fact, at present also, parts of North Rajasthan and Punjab are witnessing thundershowers and winter rains may follow soon.

The minimums have already started to rise in most parts of the North India. Further, these rains are anticipated to pull up the minimums by few more notches.

As per Skymet Weather, the Western Disturbance is prevailing over North Afghanistan and adjoining Pakistan. It has also induced a cyclonic circulation, which is over Central Pakistan and adjoining West Rajasthan.

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In the wake of these two weather systems, most parts of the northern plains such as Punjab, Haryana, parts of West Rajasthan are expected to receive light rains with one or two moderate spells of rains today. In fact, Jaisalmer in Rajasthan has already recorded traces of rains in the last 24 hours.

Delhi and the adjoining areas of Noida, Gurugram, Ghaziabad, and Faridabad are also likely to receive light spells of rains tomorrow. These rains are likely to continue until November 16.

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However, the nature of these rains will be light to isolated moderate and will be for a short duration. Cloudy weather will prevail throughout the day and during this time, the maximum will further drop which will give the feel of the first winter-chill in most parts of Northwest India.

This would, in fact, mark the onset of winters in most of North India. The hilly states of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttarakhand are expected to witness snow as well.

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