Weather in Delhi including northwest and north India will see a marginal rise in day and night temperatures during the next two days. Foggy and cold day conditions will continue in east Uttar Pradesh, north Bihar and sub-Himalayan West Bengal. Fog could appear at Rayalaseema within 48 hours. Temperatures will drop in extreme southern lands in Tamil Nadu and Kerala during the next two days.
The weather in Delhi will have winds blowing from west. These winds are coming in from the lands of Pakistan and Afghanistan. They are warmer thus will increase the day and night temperatures by 1 to 2°Cin the next 24 hours. These winds will also raise the temperatures in Rajasthan, Gujarat and some parts of Delhi. Clouds associated with these winds will appear in the sky in these parts during the next 48 hours.
Another Western Disturbance is expected to arrive over Jammu & Kashmir during in 24 hours as it lies over north Pakistan and nearby areas. The system would move forward to east-northeast from here on and would block cool northerly winds from raising the temperatures in northwest plains. Snowfall and rain is expected in Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh during the next 48 hours.
Fog in India will continue to be observed in some part of Uttar Pradesh in the east, north Bihar, sub-Himalayan West Bengal in the early morning hours. With the arrival of warmers winds from west, fog conditions will abate from these places after the next 24 hours.
Warmers winds from west and northwest will also lead to temperature rise in east Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and north Chhattisgarh tomorrow onwards. These places are experiencing below normal temperatures since last week.
In the south, cold conditions are developing on relatively cool northeasterly winds reaching the southern parts of the country and temperatures are likely to drop marginally during the next two days.
Easterly to southeasterly winds in Andhra Pradesh will meet cool and dry northerly winds so, fog formation could be a chance in Rayalaseema. There are chances of rain in Andhra Pradesh as these winds could create a cyclonic circulation during the next two days.
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