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After Feb 15, night temperature to dip over NCR, northwest India: IMD


NEW DELHI: The nationwide climate forecaster - India Meteorological Department - on Tuesday predicted well-liked rainfall/snowstorm over Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh from Wednesday to Friday and over Uttarakhand all through Thursday-Friday, leading to fall in evening temperature over north-west India by means of 2 to a few stage celsius after February 15.


The affect is likely to be felt in lots of other states together with Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, western Uttar Pradesh and Delhi-NCR all through the duration. Predicting climate prerequisites for Delhi-NCR, the IMD said, "Generally cloudy conditions with light rain/thunderstorm is likely to occur from night of February 13 to February 15".


"The light rain/thundershowers accompanied with strong surface winds (30-40 kmph) and hailstorm at isolated places is most likely to occur over Delhi/NCR on February 14." Referring to an higher air cyclonic move (western disturbance) that lies over Iran and its neighbourhood, the nationwide forecaster attributed the approaching climate phenomena to an "interaction between western disturbance and easterly wave" over the plains of north-west India from evening of February 13 onwards.


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