With snow and rains due to the western disturbances in himlayan range and Uttrakhand, Himachal most likely rains to greet Delhi again today with foggy weather across India, drizzle to light showers, rains to greet Indian soil.
Wednesday Go wild Take Care
A fresh Western Disturbance (WD) over north India is likely to cause snow and rain in Jammu and Kashmir from Wednesday morning.
The intensity of the WD will gradually increase. Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand will also witness snow and rain.
Snow accumulation of 20-25cm in 12 hours is predicted locally in the higher reaches of northern India. Warnings of an avalanche have been sounded by the IMD.
The WD will also trigger isolated rain with thunderstorms in northern Punjab and northern Rajasthan until Friday morning.
Isolated snow and thunderstorms is possible in Arunachal Pradesh. Nagaland, Manipur and Mizoram may also witness isolated rains. Tamil Nadu is on cards to witness isolated rains as well.
The Andaman and Nicobar islands will witness isolated rain with thunderstorms.
Isolated dense fog is likely to persist in northern, central and southern India. Maximum temperatures are forecast to be average or cooler than normal over most of the country.
Air quality in major cities across India, especially Delhi, will fall under the ‘poor to very poor’ category.
Thursday and beyond
As the WD continues to loom over the north, Moderate to heavy snowfall can be expected in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand.
Isolated rain with thunderstorms is possible over Rajasthan. Punjab and Chandigarh may experience isolated rains as well.
Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu are also likely to be greeted by isolated rains.
Isolated dense fog will cover northern and central parts of India.
Maximum temperatures will be average or cooler than normal over most of the country except Northeastern India. Minimum temperatures in morning hours will be average or warmer than normal in Northern India.
Air quality will be poor or very poor over the country especially around major cities like Delhi.