IMD Weather Update: Changes in weather patterns are being predicted across the country. An alert has been issued by the Meteorological Department for increasing cold after rain in many states including Delhi. According to the department, in the coming 2-3 days, there may be rain in many states of North India including Delhi. According to the Meteorological Department, there will be a slight reduction in pollution due to light rain and increase in wind speed in some parts of Delhi. Although the effect of pollution started decreasing from Wednesday itself, SAFAR says that this situation is not going to last long. Pollution may increase once again from November 12.
If there is light rain in Delhi, it can aggravate the problem of pollution. In such a situation, the AQI of Delhi will remain in the severe category. Due to rain in Delhi, the maximum temperature will remain around 30 degrees from November 10 to 13. At the same time, not much change is expected in the minimum temperature. It will be around 16 to 17 degrees.
At the same time, fog has started showing its effect in Uttar Pradesh. According to the Meteorological Department, light rain is expected in western UP on Friday with thunderstorms. A sheet of fog can be seen in many other cities including the capital Lucknow. Morning and evening cold will start in Bihar. According to the Meteorological Department, the temperature will drop by three to four degrees, after November 15, the temperature will decrease further.
According to Skymet Weather, there is a possibility of light rain in many states of North India due to the effect of Western Disturbance. Snowfall will continue on the mountains. A low pressure has formed in the Bay of Bengal. Its effect will be seen in many states of South India. Heavy rain may occur in these states.
Due to western disturbance in many areas including Rajasthan’s capital Jaipur, the weather changed due to rain on Tuesday night. During this, maximum 51 mm of rain was recorded in Shahpura. According to the Meteorological Center Jaipur, due to western disturbance, 51 mm in Shahpura, 16 mm in Pawta, 16 mm in Didwana, 15 mm in Biratnagar, 13 mm in Thanagaji and Bassi, 12 mm in Srimadhopur, Kotputli and Malakheda in the state last night. 9-9 mm of rain fell.
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