The northern and central part of India is expected to receive rains between three and five February. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) gave this information on Tuesday. According to IMD’s National Weather Forecasting Center, due to western disturbances, cyclonic conditions are forming over Afghanistan.
There is also a cyclone over central Pakistan and western Rajasthan. Due to these changes, the weather over the north-western Himalayan region may be affected by the night of February 2. “Between February 3 and 5, there is a possibility of southwest winds, western disturbances and southeast winds over northwestern plains and central India,” IMD said. Due to this change, there is a strong possibility of rain, snowfall, lightning and hailstorm in the Western Himalayan region from the night of February 2 to February 5.
If we talk today, there was a fog in some parts of the capital on Tuesday morning. The Indian Meteorological Department has forecast a minimum temperature of 5 degrees and a maximum of 27 degrees Celsius in the capital for Tuesday. Not only in Delhi, but also in Punjab, northwest Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, there was a thick fog. According to the Meteorological Department, moderate fog occurred in parts of Punjab, Delhi, including Bihar, Assam and parts of Tripura. The department has said that from today cold winds will start decreasing in northwest India. At the same time, after 3-4 February in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, there will be relief from thick fog, cold winds and cold days.