A fresh Western Disturbance has approached Western Himalayas. It has induced a Cyclonic Circulation over South Pakistan and adjoining parts of Rajasthan. Another Cyclonic Circulation is also persisting over Central parts of Pakistan. With the combined effect of Western Disturbance and these two Cyclonic Circulations, we now expect the rain activities to increase over Northern Plains.
During the last 24 hours, multiple cities in the northern states of India have received rains. Sri Ganganagar, Amritsar and Jaipur have received light rain activities during the last 24 hours.
Today, we expect rains to occur over scattered parts of Punjab, isolated pockets of Haryana, Delhi, West Uttar Pradesh and many parts of Rajasthan. We expect many parts of Punjab to continue with rain and thundershower activities and isolated dust storm activities today. Rain activities over western parts of Uttar Pradesh as well as Delhi will remain patchy and light.
These on and off rain activities are expected to continue until March 27 over northern plains. The activity will remain concentrated over Northern plains of Punjab and Haryana.
Delhi will go mainly dry by tomorrow. However, we expect another spell of rains over Delhi NCR on March 26 and 27.
Meanwhile, we do not expect any significant drop in temperatures over the region this time. A drop of two to three degrees is likely over many parts of Rajasthan and Punjab.
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