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Series of Western Disturbances may continue until first half of March

February 26, 2022 12:44 PM |

In the month of January, we have seen seven Western Disturbances, which have given heavy rain and snow over Western Himalayas. Northwest India including Delhi also witnessed record rainfall in the month of January.

The month of February also combined with an active Western disturbance. Western disturbances were week during second and third week of February but the frequency and intensity increased once again from February 22nd.

The ongoing Western disturbance may continue to give scattered rain and snow over Western Himalayas and rainfall over Northern Plains for another 24 hours. Another Western disturbance is expected to approach on February 28.

The impact over Northern Plains in terms of rainfall will be very less, however scattered snowfall will continue over the hills. The first 10 days of march may also witness around three Western disturbances which may give good snowfall over Western Himalayas with short breaks in between.

Western disturbances will not allow the maximum temperatures of North India to witness a steep rise. Therefore, Pre-Monsoon activities over Northern Plains are expected to get delayed until third week of March. We can say first half of March will not be very hot. Morning and night it it may remain cool and comfortable until first half of March.






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