Weather Update: Temperature to rise in Delhi-NCR, Rain alert in North India
Weather is changing rapidly in India. IMD forecasts cold winds may hit north Indian states for next few days.
New Delhi: A new Western Disturbance is likely to knock over the mountains of North India today i.e. on February 21. According to the Indian Meteorological Department, the effect of this disturbance will be visible from February 22. The circulation of this disturbance is likely to form over the surrounding parts of Rajasthan between February 21 and 22.
Let us tell you here, this system will bring a huge amount of moisture from the Arabian Sea and will reach the plains of North India via Gujarat, Rajasthan, due to which the weather will change in all parts of this part of the country. There is a circulation over South-East Arabian Sea which is very close to Kerala. It is situated right between Lakshadweep and Maldives region. Due to this, rapid seasonal change is being seen in the southern part of the country. In Northeast India, it is raining in all the states including Arunachal Pradesh.
IMD issues rain alert:
Today on February 21, according to the Meteorological Department (IMD), the effect of clouds is increasing continuously over the mountainous parts of North India from Gilgit, Baltistan and Muzaffarabad to Ladakh. By evening, this presence of clouds will be visible till Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. But, there are chances of rain on 22nd February. In the night of February 21, it will definitely have its effect at some places and there will be rain.
Especially in the western areas of Jammu and Kashmir which are adjacent to Pakistan, in which there is more possibility of rain in Rajouri, Poonch and adjoining parts. The weather will take a turn in the eastern and southern parts on February 22. There is a forecast of rain on February 22 in the remaining mountainous areas as well.
In the plains of the country, from Punjab, Haryana and Delhi to all the places of Uttar Pradesh, the effect of north-westerly winds will be there. These airs will be cold and dry. Their speed will also be enough. In many areas, it can be at a speed of 15 to 20 kilometers per hour and sometimes even 25 kilometers per hour. In eastern India, rain is being predicted from Bihar, Jharkhand to Gangetic and sub-Himalayan parts of West Bengal as well as Sikkim and many places in Northeast India.
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