- Widespread gentle to average rain/thundershowers is probably going over the plains of northwest India and adjoining central India throughout February 3 to six with most depth on February 4.
By Jayashree Nandi | Edited by Abhinav Sahay, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON JAN 31, 2021 08:42 AM IST
Widespread thundershowers are anticipated over the plains of northwest India between February 3 and 6, in line with India Meteorological Division.
A recent western disturbance is more likely to have an effect on western Himalayan area from Sunday evening. Underneath its affect, scattered rain or snow with average thunderstorm and lightning is probably going over the hills on February 1 and a pair of, as per IMD.
One other western disturbance, in fast succession, could be very more likely to have an effect on western Himalayan area from February 2 and the plains of northwest India from February 3. Attributable to this, scattered to pretty widespread gentle to average rain or snow with remoted thunderstorm and hail is probably going over the western Himalayan area throughout February 3 to five.
Attributable to interplay of south-westerlies related to this Western Disturbance and decrease stage south-easterlies from the Bay of Bengal, widespread gentle to average rain/thundershowers is probably going over the plains of northwest India and adjoining central India throughout February 3 to six with most depth on February 4, as per IMD bulletin.
Dense to very dense fog was reported at some pockets over Uttar Pradesh and sub-Himalayan West Bengal and average to dense fog was reported at some pockets over Bihar and Tripura on Sunday morning.
Zero visibility was recorded at Siliguri/Bagdogra at 5:30 am on Sunday morning. Bareilly, Bahraich, Lucknow, Sultanpur, Gorakhpur recorded lower than 25m visibility; Purnea and Malda recorded 50m visibility;
Patna, Gaya and Kailashahar recorded lower than 200 m visibility, whereas Delhi recorded visibility beneath 1000m.
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