Light rain in Delhi will increase cold
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that due to the passing of fresh Western Disturbance from the Himalayan region, the national capital and its neighboring cities may receive light rain on Friday and Saturday. The IMD stated that the maximum wind speed is likely to be 15 kilometers per hour, which is conducive to scattering of pollutants. IMD said, “After passing the Western Disturbance, icy northwesterly winds from the snow-covered Himalayas will cause a drop in temperature in the plains.” . On Friday, the minimum temperature was 10.9 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature is likely to be around 29 degrees Celsius.
Dense fog in many parts of Uttar Pradesh
In the last 24 hours in Uttar Pradesh, dense fog enveloped many parts. The Meteorological Department on Wednesday said that the highest temperature in the state was 30.5 degree Celsius in Jhansi while the lowest in Phursatganj in Amethi district was 7.6 degree Celsius. The department has predicted light and thick fog in some areas of the state on December 10 and 11.
Light rain in some parts of Madhya Pradesh
Senior Meteorologist PK Saha of the Bhopal Center of India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Friday that light showers will reduce the maximum temperature in the state. Apart from this, morning fog is forecast especially in the northern part of the state. The districts of Bhopal, Ujjain and Gwalior divisions of West Madhya Pradesh received light rain in the last 24 hours. He said that light rain may occur till about 13 December. Saha said that the first 10 days of December have been unusually hot in large parts of Madhya Pradesh. The maximum temperature here was 30 degrees Celsius or more. He said that the maximum temperature may fall due to cloudy conditions. Naugaon town in Chhatarpur district recorded a maximum temperature of 33.5 and minimum temperature of 6.6 degrees Celsius between Thursday and Friday morning. Senior Meteorologist said that Rewa district recorded the lowest minimum temperature of 10 degrees Celsius.
Light rain in Mumbai and surrounding areas
Mumbai and its surrounding areas received light rain in the early hours of Friday as a low pressure area formed over the Arabian Sea. The temperature dropped after the rains. A low pressure area has also formed over Southeast Arabian Sea and its southwestern part, due to which there was light rain in the area due to cloudy and humidity. An official of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that along with Mumbai, Palghar and Thane districts also received light rain. He said that the northern Konkan including Raigad district received rains during this period and the current situation is expected to persist for the next two days. Last week in Mumbai, the lowest temperature of this season was recorded which is indicative of winter season but the temperature is not likely to fall further due to the formation of low pressure area in Arabian Sea.
Punjab and Haryana recorded the lowest temperature
Haryana and Punjab recorded the minimum temperature higher than normal on Friday. The Meteorological Department said that Chandigarh, the joint capital of the two states, also recorded a minimum temperature of 10.4 degrees Celsius on Friday, which is three degrees above normal. The department said that in Ambala, Haryana, the minimum temperature was 10.4 degrees while in Karnal it was 10.2 degrees. At the same time, Amritsar in Punjab recorded a minimum temperature of 7.4 degrees Celsius, three degrees above normal. According to the Meteorological Department, Ludhiana and Patiala cities in Punjab recorded minimum temperatures of 11.3 and 9.6 degrees, respectively, two degrees above normal.