New Delhi. These days, people living in Delhi-NCR are breathing relief from the reduced melting weather and cold. People are feeling mild heat when the sun gets strong during the day. However, light fog was also seen at some places. Meanwhile, Delhi’s Air Quality Index (AQI) reached the dangerous category on Monday morning. The temperature in Delhi on Monday morning was 15 degrees Celsius. Also, the maximum temperature is estimated to be 28 degrees. Meteorologists have expressed the possibility of snowfall in the mountainous regions in addition to rain in many states of the country due to the western disturbance from the Himalayas.
Meteorologists say that from 23 to 24 February, there is a possibility of rain in many areas of Uttarakhand. He said that after this, due to western disturbance, there may be rain and snowfall from 26 February. At the same time, thunderstorms may rain between 26 and 28 February. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has also predicted the weather to worsen in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. In view of this, an alert has been issued in these states on Monday. Apart from this, due to western disturbance, from Tuesday to Friday, Himachal Pradesh has been warned of severe snowfall and thunderstorms with sporadic rain. IMD said on Monday that there may be thunderstorms and snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh in the coming days.
Meteorologists have predicted hail to fall in parts of South India due to strong winds coming from the Bay of Bengal. There is also a possibility of thunderstorms on Monday and Tuesday in many states of South India. According to IMD, light to moderate rain in isolated parts of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaikal, Kerala during the next 24 hours. Might be possible.