North India likely to witness rainfall next week: IMD – Economic Times
The Indian Meteorological Division (IMD) on Saturday predicted rainfall in North India for the upcoming week.
“Amid the upcoming western disturbance, intense climate circumstances are Extra probably to be seen over the North Indian area. Correspondingly, we Anticipate chilly climate, particularly over the western Himalayan area,” said Dr. Soma Sen Roy, IMD Scientist.
“The chilly climate will start from January 23. It is going to start affecting the adjoining planes by January 24 And might proceed till January 25. Cloudy skies, mild drizzles, rains are anticipated Inside the plains and heavy rainfall in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh Uttarakhand Is predicted round Twenty fourth and Twenty fifth,” ANI quoted her as saying.
“There is a prediction that from January 24 night, we Anticipate cloud cowl To enhance and there Might Even be mild rain and drizzle from January 24 night to January 26 morning. Correspondingly, The world Shall be coated with cloud. However, thunderstorms Aren’t predicted however drizzling might happen,” Roy added.
Including to the temperature enhancement in North India, the IMD scientist said, “Do You’d like to see The current enhancement, We have noticed dip in minimal temperatures over North India as As in contrast with yesterday.”
“No vital change Is predicted Inside The subsequent 5 proper now. However, in the direction of the latter An factor of the week, we expect minimal temperatures to rise barely and most temperatures to fall barely As a Outcome of of enhance Inside the cloud cowl,” Roy further said.
The nationwide capital witnessed mist on Saturday morning with Maximum and Minimum temperatures recorded at 23 levels and 10 levels Celsius Based mostly on India Meteorological Division (IMD).
(With inputs from ANI)