Present Western Disturbance is over North Pakistan and adjoining Jammu and Kashmir. Its induced cyclonic circulation is over central Pakistan and another cyclonic circulation is over south Pakistan and adjoining west Rajasthan. Due to these multiple weather systems, fairly widespread rain and snow have occurred over hills of western Himalayas, right from Jammu and Kashmir to Uttarakhand. Punjab, Haryana, Delhi NCR, Rajasthan and west Uttar Pradesh have also received good rains, during the past 24 hours.
Back to back Western Disturbance’s and induced cyclonic circulations accompanied with moisture feed from the Arabian Sea will give moderate rain and snow with isolated heavy fall over the western Himalayas until March 27th. Peak intensity will be around the night of March 26th and the morning of March 27th.
Punjab and Haryana will also get good rains during this period but, rains be comparatively less on March 25th. Few heavy spells are possible on March 26th and March 27th. Weather of Delhi will be almost dry on March 25th with an isolated thunderstorm on the evening of March 25th. But, once again rains may increase over Delhi and NCR on March 26th and March 27th. Isolated to scattered rain may occur over West Uttar Pradesh during this period.
The induced cyclonic circulation over south Rajasthan and moisture feed from the Arabian Sea will ensure on and off rains over Rajasthan with chances of hailstorm on March 26th and March 27th. Central and east Rajasthan will be most affected.
Temperatures will fall by two to four degrees during rains. Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand may witness incidents of mudslide and landslides between March 25th and March 27th.
Weather will clear up by March 28th over states of North-West India.