Seeing the incessant adverse climatic situation around us, it is most important to be weather wise in today’s times. And that is why we always provide our readers with the latest information on all possible regions in the country.
Here’s a forecast of the weather of India this week for all those weather enthusiasts and travelers who wait for the weather to be prefect so they can hop across the country to the snow clad mountains or to the backwaters during the winter vacations.
Temperatures of North West India particularly of Delhi will fall marginally on 17th of December. Thereafter a fresh Western Disturbance will affect the western Himalayan region on the 18th of December and would give light rain and snow over the hills. By the 19th rain and snow would cease at the western Himalayan region and dry weather would prevail over the entire country. Minimum temperatures will rise by one to two degrees over northern India and by the 20th morning there could be a whopping fall of four to five degrees in minimums and two to three degrees in maximum temperatures. Light westerly winds would strengthen gradually and start blowing from the north thus becoming dry and icy cold over the area. Sky will mainly be clear.
Maximum temperatures of Gujarat and the west coast will be in the lower thirties and will be the highest in the country. East India and central India will get northerly winds which will bring a chilly affect in the region. Medium and high clouds will be seen in the sky.
The fog belt over east Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and northern parts of West Bengal that has been prevailing for a week now will reduce further.
South Andhra Pradesh and coastal Tamil Nadu will get strong winds from the northeast and rest of the south peninsula will get moist easterly winds which could make the chances of light rain in the extreme south stronger. There are also slight chances of light rain in some parts of northeast India, Tripura and Mizoram.
Hope this forecast on the weather of India this week helps all our readers and travelers, please log on again next week to find newer updates.