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ALL INDIA WEATHER SUMMARY AND FORECAST BULLETIN
Significant Weather Features

♦ The currant Western Disturbance over Iran is very likely to cause fairly widespread to widespread
rain/snow activity over Western Himalayan Region and isolated to scattered rainfall over adjoining
areas of Punjab, Haryana and West Uttar Pradesh on 11th March and significant decrease thereafter.
Isolated Hailstorm activity is also very likely to occur over Western Himalayan Region, north Punjab
and north Haryana on 11th March.

♦ The prevailing heat wave conditions at one or two pockets over Interior Tamilnadu & Rayalaseema
are very likely to abate from today. Maximum temperatures very likely to increase gradually by 2-3°C
over many parts of central & west India during next 24hours.



Main Weather Observations

♦ Rain/Thundershowers observed (from 0830 to 1730 hours IST of yesterday) at isolated places
over Punjab, West Rajasthan, Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim.

♦ Rain/Thundershowers recorded at 1730 hrs IST of yesterday (1 cm or more) was: Nil

♦ Yesterday, Heat wave conditions observed at isolated pockets over Tamilnadu and Rayalaseema.

♦ Moderate fog observed at isolated places over Odisha at 0530 hours IST of today. Visibility :
Gopalpur - 500M.

♦ Maximum temperature departures as on 08-03-2019: Maximum temperatures were appreciably above normal (3.1°C to
5.0°C) at many places over Rayalaseema and South Interior Karnataka and at a few places over Tamilnadu; above normal
(1.6°C to 3.0°C) at most places over North Interior Karnataka; at isolated place over Kerala. They were appreciably below
normal (-3.1°C to -5.0°C) at most places over Punjab; at many place over Haryana, Chandigarh & Delhi and Gangetic
West Bengal and at isolated places over Rajasthan, Saurashtra & Kutch and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim; below
normal (-1.6°C to -3.0°C) at most places over Bihar & Jharkhand; at many places over Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh,
East Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat region and at isolated place over Madhya Pradesh, Odisha and Andaman & Nicobar islands and
near normal over rest parts of the country. Yesterday, the highest maximum temperature of 40.2°C was recorded at Tirupathi
(Rayalaseema) & K. Paramathy (Tamilnadu & Puducherry) over the country.

♦ Minimum temperature departures as on 08-03-2019: Minimum temperatures were appreciably above normal (3.1°C to
5.0°C) at many places over Tamilnadu & Puducherry, Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema; at isolated places over
Telangana; above normal (1.6°C to 3.0°C) at a few places over West Rajasthan and Kerala; at a few places over Saurashtra &
Kutch and at isolated places over Gujarat Region. They were appreciably below normal (-3.1°C to -5.0°C) at many places
over East Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha and Madhya Maharashtra; at a few places over Gangetic West Bengal, Himachal
Pradesh, West Madhya Pradesh, Coastal & South Interior Karnataka; at isolated places over Bihar and North Interior
Karnataka; below normal (-1.6°C to -3.0°C) at most places over Arunachal Pradesh, East Uttar Pradesh, Odisha, Chhattisgarh
and Marathawada; at many places over Sub-Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim, Jammu & Kashmir, Uttarakhand, West Uttar
Pradesh, Jharkhand and Konkan & Goa; at a few places over Assam & Meghalaya; at isolated places over East Rajasthan,
Haryana Chandigarh & Delhi and near normal over rest parts of the country. Yesterday, the lowest minimum temperature of
8.4°C was recorded at Rewa (East Madhya Pradesh) over the plains of the country.


Meteorological Analysis (Based on 0530 hours IST)
♦ The cyclonic circulation at 3.1 km above mean sea level over north Pakistan & adjoining Jammu &
Kashmir now lies over eastern parts of Jammu & Kashmir and is moving away east-northeastwards.
♦ The induced cyclonic circulation over Punjab & neighbourhood extending upto 0.9 km above mean
sea level has become less marked.
♦ The western disturbance as a cyclonic circulation over West Iran & neighbourhood extending upto
5.8 km above mean sea level persists.
♦ The cyclonic circulation at 0.9 km above mean sea level over southwest Rajasthan & neighbourhood
has become less marked.
♦ The cyclonic circulation over central Assam & neighbourhood at 1.5 km above mean sea level
persists.
♦ The cyclonic circulation at 1.5 km above mean sea level over Comorin area & neighbourhood persists.
♦ The cyclonic circulation at 0.9 km above mean sea level over North Interior Karnataka &
neighbourhood persists.
♦ The cyclonic circulation at 0.9 km above mean sea level over Southeast Arabian Sea off Kerala coast
persists.


Weather Forecast for next 5 days * upto 0830 hours IST of 13th March 2019
♦ Meteorological sub-division wise detailed 5 days precipitation forecast is given in Table-1.
♦ No significant change in Maximum & minimum temperatures likely over northwest & east India
during next 2-3 days. Maximum temperatures very likely to increase gradually by 2-3°C over many
parts of central & west India during next 2-3 days and no significant change likely over rest parts of the
country during same period.


Weather Outlook for subsequent 2 days from 13th March 2019 to 15th March 2019
♦ Isolated to scattered rain/snow likely over Western Himalayan Region.
♦ Isolated rain/thundershowers likely over Uttar Pradesh, south peninsula, east and northeast India.
♦ Dry weather likely over the rest of the country.


Weather Warning during next 5 days *
09 March (Day 1): ♦ Thunderstorm accompanied with lightning & gusty winds at isolated places very likely over Coastal
Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and interior Tamilnadu.

10 March (Day 2): ♦ Thunderstorm accompanied with lightning & gusty winds at isolated places likely over Kerala.

11 March (Day 3): ♦ Thunderstorm accompanied with hailstorm, lightning & gusty winds likely over Jammu &
Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh & Delhi.
♦ Thunderstorm accompanied with lightning & gusty winds likely over north Rajasthan.

12 March (Day 4): ♦ No weather warning.

13 March (Day 5): ♦ Thunderstorm accompanied with lightning & gusty winds likely over Jammu & Kashmir,
Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh.

Kindly visit State level Meteorological Centre / Regional Meteorological Centre website for
district wise forecast & color coded warning.

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http://www.imd.gov.in/section/nhac/dynamic/allindianew.pdf
 

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Two more western disturbances expected to bring rain to north, northwestern India on March 6, 11
The western disturbances are storms with cold air at their core that originate in the Mediterranean region and bring rain to north and northwestern India.
INDIA Updated: Mar 04, 2019 08:43 IST
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Ladies walking during rain shower.(Photo: Karun Sharma/Hindustan times)

Two more western disturbances (WDs), the 16th and 17th such occurrences this season, will likely bring rainfall and chilly winds to the northern plains and snowfall in western Himalayas on March 6 and March 11, the India Meteorological Department said on Sunday, adding to the number and intensity of these weather phenomena that have surprised scientists.

The western disturbances are storms with cold air at their core that originate in the Mediterranean region and bring rain to north and northwestern India. At the most, five to six western disturbances usually affect northwestern India during the winter. “The intensity of WDs is unusual this year. Though we aren’t expecting heavy or widespread rainfall associated with the WD on March 6 because it appears to be a feeble one. Snowfall is likely in Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh, while in the plains there will be cloudy skies and light rain. We are expecting a stronger WD on March 11 and 12, which is likely to bring widespread rain and snowfall but it is too early to give specific details,” said M Mohapatra, director general of meteorology, IMD.

On Sunday, several parts of Delhi reported rainfall and the day temperature in the national capital was 22.7 degrees Celsius, four degrees below normal, while the minimum was 11.5 degrees C, 2 degrees below normal. The IMD has predicted a generally cloudy sky and light rain for Monday.

Following the latest WDs, the temperatures may fall by 2 to 3 degrees temporarily, prolonging the winter feel, according to the
weather department’s predictions. On March 3, following a western disturbance, the maximum temperature in Delhi was 19.3 degrees C, 8 degrees C below normal, while the minimum temperature was 11.5 degrees C, 2 degrees C below normal. The minimum temperature in Srinagar was 0.8 degree C, Lucknow 14 degrees C, Chandigarh 11.3 degrees C, Manali -1.4 degree C and Dehradun 10.6 degrees C.

Delhi experienced its second coldest March day in 27 years on Saturday, almost breaching yet another decades old record after Friday morning saw the coldest overall March temperature since 1979. Earlier in 2018, Delhi had witnessed the third coldest December in 50 years. IMD data showed that the average monthly minimum temperature in December 2018 was 6.7°C.
Mohapatra said the frequency of WDs this season was high because of the weakening of the polar vortex. The WD system develops due to a temperature difference between northern and southern latitudes. They are more intense this time because of the higher temperature gradient, which is a result of the weakening of the polar vortex, he said.

First Published: Mar 04, 2019 07:50 IST


Two more western disturbances expected to bring rain to north, northwestern India on March 6, 11
 

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Two more western disturbances expected to bring rain to north, northwestern India on March 6, 11
The western disturbances are storms with cold air at their core that originate in the Mediterranean region and bring rain to north and northwestern India.
INDIA Updated: Mar 04, 2019 08:43 IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi
monsoon,rains,India news

Ladies walking during rain shower.(Photo: Karun Sharma/Hindustan times)

Two more western disturbances (WDs), the 16th and 17th such occurrences this season, will likely bring rainfall and chilly winds to the northern plains and snowfall in western Himalayas on March 6 and March 11, the India Meteorological Department said on Sunday, adding to the number and intensity of these weather phenomena that have surprised scientists.

The western disturbances are storms with cold air at their core that originate in the Mediterranean region and bring rain to north and northwestern India. At the most, five to six western disturbances usually affect northwestern India during the winter. “The intensity of WDs is unusual this year. Though we aren’t expecting heavy or widespread rainfall associated with the WD on March 6 because it appears to be a feeble one. Snowfall is likely in Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh, while in the plains there will be cloudy skies and light rain. We are expecting a stronger WD on March 11 and 12, which is likely to bring widespread rain and snowfall but it is too early to give specific details,” said M Mohapatra, director general of meteorology, IMD.

On Sunday, several parts of Delhi reported rainfall and the day temperature in the national capital was 22.7 degrees Celsius, four degrees below normal, while the minimum was 11.5 degrees C, 2 degrees below normal. The IMD has predicted a generally cloudy sky and light rain for Monday.

Following the latest WDs, the temperatures may fall by 2 to 3 degrees temporarily, prolonging the winter feel, according to the
weather department’s predictions. On March 3, following a western disturbance, the maximum temperature in Delhi was 19.3 degrees C, 8 degrees C below normal, while the minimum temperature was 11.5 degrees C, 2 degrees C below normal. The minimum temperature in Srinagar was 0.8 degree C, Lucknow 14 degrees C, Chandigarh 11.3 degrees C, Manali -1.4 degree C and Dehradun 10.6 degrees C.

Delhi experienced its second coldest March day in 27 years on Saturday, almost breaching yet another decades old record after Friday morning saw the coldest overall March temperature since 1979. Earlier in 2018, Delhi had witnessed the third coldest December in 50 years. IMD data showed that the average monthly minimum temperature in December 2018 was 6.7°C.
Mohapatra said the frequency of WDs this season was high because of the weakening of the polar vortex. The WD system develops due to a temperature difference between northern and southern latitudes. They are more intense this time because of the higher temperature gradient, which is a result of the weakening of the polar vortex, he said.

First Published: Mar 04, 2019 07:50 IST


Two more western disturbances expected to bring rain to north, northwestern India on March 6, 11
March 6 has gone now with very minimal rain in Delhi.

What about coming 11 March, Should we be expecting some rain then.
 
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March 6 has gone now with very minimal rain in Delhi.

What about coming 11 March, Should we be expecting some rain then.
Cloud Cover will be there.
Isolated Light Rain can be there.
Not like last Saturday.
Goto your work without thinking much about Rain.
Keep Your Mobile phone in safe Poly Pouch !

According to BBC weather site :

Light rain showers and light winds
Humidity: 45%
Pressure: 1020 mb
Visibility: Good
Temperature feels like 6°
Low chance of precipitation
Light winds from the north west



Manāli - BBC Weather
 
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The policy prescription to avoid such recurring damages has been clear for a long time: lower emission, a push for sustainability in whatever we do and climate-proof cities and agriculture. Every time a freak weather phenomenon hits us, we need to go through this policy prescription and ask ourselves: Are we doing enough to save ourselves from the effects of climate change?

EDITORIALS Updated: Mar 05, 2019 17:37 IST
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A Tibetan Buddhist monk uses his phone camera as he walks with another in the snow in Dharmsala, February 27, 2019. (AP)

The northern part of India is experiencing an unusually long winter this year. On Sunday, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said two more western disturbances (WDs), the 16th and 17th of this season, may bring rainfall and chilly winds to the northern plains and snowfall in western Himalayas on March 6 and 11. Delhi experienced its second coldest March day in 27 years on March 2, almost breaching yet another decades-old record after March 1 saw the coldest overall March temperature since 1979. In 2018, Delhi had witnessed the third coldest December in 50 years. The IMD said the frequency of WDs this season was high because of the weakening of the polar vortex and it is more intense this time because of the higher temperature gradient, which is a result of the weakening of the polar vortex. The WD system develops due to a temperature difference between northern and southern latitudes.

The number and intensity of the weather phenomena have surprised scientists, and many believe that such freak weather is the new normal in an age of climate change. In a report released on January 21, the IMD said that such freak weather is going to rise in the coming two decades and there will be a cataclysmic fallout by 2040 if emissions are not contained. The report linked this trend to climate change because India’s warming trends are very similar to the pattern of global warming. These findings are also in sync with last year’s critical Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) “Global Warming of 1.5 degrees” report, whose co-author, Joyashree Roy, told Hindustan Times: “India may face serious consequences including severe heat stress in big cities, high air pollution levels, salt-water intrusion in coastal areas triggered by rise in sea levels, and increased vulnerability to disasters in high mountain ecosystems.”

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While the threat of a “cataclysmic fallout’ looms large, expect a thousand more mini climate cuts along the way. The policy prescription to avoid such recurring damages has been clear for a long time: lower emission, a push for sustainability in whatever we do and climate-proof cities and agriculture. Every time a freak weather phenomenon hits us, we need to go through this policy prescription and ask ourselves: Are we doing enough to save ourselves from the effects of climate change? For the moment, however, the answer will be a resounding no.

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Delhi-NCR had good rain of 10 to 20 minutes different places arpimd 7pm.



Drizzling In Delhi Ncr More Rain Expected Temperature Dips
दिल्ली-एनसीआर में देर शाम बरसे बादल, सुहावना हुआ मौसम
न्यूज डेस्क, अमर उजाला, नई दिल्ली Updated Mon, 11 Mar 2019 07:45 PM IST
दिल्ली में बारिश

दिल्ली में बारिश - फोटो : अमर उजाला

दिल्ली-एनसीआर में दो दिन से पड़ रही गरमी के बाद सोमवार शाम को हुई बारिश से मौसम का मिजाज बदल दिया है। दिल्ली-एनसीआर में हल्की बारिश के साथ ही ठंडी हवाएं भी चल रही हैं जिसने मौसम खुशनुमा बना दिया है।
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गुरुग्राम में बारिश के कारण एक्सप्रेसवे और सोहना रोड पर थमी वाहनों की रफ्तार
गुरुग्राम में सुबह यातायात दबाव, एक्सप्रेसवे पर गाड़ी खराब होने और सड़क निर्माण के कारण वाहनों के पहिये थम गए। वहीं, शाम के वक्त बारिश होने से वाहनों की चाल धीमी हो गई। एक्सप्रेसवे और सोहना रोड पर वाहन चालकों को करीब 4 किलोमीटर तक धीरे-धीरे चलने को विवश होना पड़ा। शहर में दोपहर तक स्थिति संभली, लेकिन शाम को बारिश के कारण एक्सप्रेसवे पर वाहनों का दबाव बढ़ने लगा और काफी देर तक जाम की स्थिति बनी रही।

शहर में सोमवार सुबह सोहना रोड पर वाहनों का दबाव अधिक रहा। इसके कारण सुभाष चौक पर जाम की स्थिति उत्पन्न हो गई। बादशाहपुर चौक से सुभाष चौक तक करीब 4 किलोमीटर तक वाहनों को रेंगने को मजबूर होना पड़ा। यातायात निरीक्षक (पूर्वी-3) ने बताया कि सप्ताह का पहला कार्यदिवस होने के कारण यहां यातायात का दबाव अचानक बढ़ गया था जिसके कारण यह स्थिति उत्पन्न हुई।

समय रहते यातायात व्यवस्था को संभाल लिया गया। उधर मेदांता अस्पताल के पास सड़क निर्माण कार्य के कारण बख्तावर चौक तक जाम की स्थिति उत्पन्न हो गई। वाहनों को रेंगने को विवश होना पड़ा। यहां सड़क किनारे खड़ी गाड़ियों के कारण दिक्कत बढ़ गई। करीब एक घंटे तक चले सड़क निर्माण कार्य के कारण वाहन चालकों को रेंगना पड़ा। दोपहर को इफ्को चौक फ्लाईओवर पर दिल्ली से जयपुर जा रही निजी बस बीच रास्ते में खराब हो गई।

इसके कारण एक्सप्रेसवे पर वाहनों के पहिये थम गए। बस खराब होने के कारण करीब 1 किलोमीटर तक वाहनों को रेंगना पड़ा। सूचना मिलते ही ट्रैफिक पुलिस मौके पर पहुंची और खराब बस को बीच रास्ते से हटवाया। करीब 1 घंटे की मशक्कत के बाद यातायात व्यवस्था सुचारू हो गई। देर शाम शहर में हुई बारिश के कारण एक्सप्रेसवे पर वाहनों की रफ्तार धीमी पड़ने लगी। एक्सप्रेसवे पर फ्लाईओवर और फुटओवर ब्रिज के नीचे खड़े होकर बाइक सवार बारिश से बचने का प्रयास करते रहे जिसके कारण जाम की स्थिति उत्पन्न हो गई। वहीं दिल्ली बॉर्डर पर लगे जाम के कारण सरहोल बॉर्डर के पास वाहनों की गति काफी धीमी हो गई।


दिल्ली-एनसीआर में देर शाम बरसे बादल, सुहावना हुआ मौसम- Amarujala
 

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Fresh snowfall sweeps parts of Himachal Pradesh, J and K



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Shimla (HP)/Kullu (HP)/Rajouri (J and K), Mar 11 (ANI): Himachal Pradesh's Shimla and Kullu received fresh snowfall on Monday. Parts of Himachal Pradesh are receiving snowfall from past few months.
 

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Hailstorm And Rainfall Warning In Uttarakhand Four Districts

उत्तराखंड: देहरादून में मौसम ने दोपहर बाद ली करवट, रुक-रुक कर हो रही है बारिश, ठंड बढ़ी

न्यूज डेस्क/अमर उजाला, देहरादून Updated Mon, 11 Mar 2019 08:12 AM IST


छाए रहे बादल


छाए रहे बादल - फोटो : अमर उजाला

प्रदेश के चार जिलों में आज ओले गिर सकते हैं। मौसम विभाग ने देहरादून, टिहरी, नैनीताल और पिथौरागढ़ में ओले गिरने का अनुमान जताया है। वहीं आज दोहपर बाद राजधानी देहरादून में अचानक बादल छा गए और रुक-रुककर हल्की बारिश होती रही। जिससे एक बार फिर ठंड में इजाफा हो गया। इसके अलावा अन्य क्षेत्रों में भी हल्के बादल छाए रहे।

मौसम केंद्र निदेशक बिक्रम सिंह ने बताया कि ज्यादातर इलाकों में गरज के साथ बूंदाबांदी होने के आसार हैं। विभाग की मानें तो मौसम का यह मिजाज मंगलवार को भी बना रहेगा। हालांकि 13 मार्च को राहत मिल सकती है, जबकि 14 मार्च को फिर उच्च हिमालयी क्षेत्रों में बर्फबारी की संभावना है।


बर्फबारी का नया रिकॉर्ड बना
केदारनाथ-गौरीकुंड पैदल मार्ग पर भी 8 से 10 फीट तक बर्फ मौजूद है, जिस पर आवाजाही संभव नहीं है। आपदा के बाद यह पहला मौका है, जब क्षेत्र में इस कदर बर्फबारी हुई है। समुद्रतल से 11500 फीट की ऊंचाई पर स्थित भगवान आशुतोष के ग्यारहवें ज्योर्तिलिंग केदारनाथ धाम में इस बार बर्फबारी का नया रिकॉर्ड बना है। यहां, दो माह में कुल 38 फीट तक बर्फ गिर चुकी है। खराब मौसम के कारण यहां डेढ़ माह से पुनर्निर्माण कार्य ठप पड़े हैं। पेयजल लाइनें बर्फ में दबी हैं, जिस कारण सप्लाई बंद है।

यमुनोत्री धाम में जानकीचट्टी से यमुनोत्री तक पांच किमी पैदल रास्ता बर्फ से पटा होने के कारण यहां निर्माण सामग्री पहुंचाने में दिक्कत आ रही हैं। हालांकि पुनर्निर्माण में विलंब और बीते साल की आपदा में क्षतिग्रस्त हुए गर्म कुंड की मरम्मत के लिए बजट उपलब्ध नहीं कराए जाने से तीर्थ पुरोहितों में रोष व्याप्त है।



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Heavy Rain, Snow In Kashmir, Himachal And Uttarakhand; Avalanche Alert Issued
11 March 2019 08:45 AM

Back to back Western Disturbances are expected to approach the Western Himalayas. One out of these two will affect the region today in terms of weather activity.
Scattered rain and snow is expected over many parts of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh as well as Uttarakhand.
One or two heavy spells are also expected in the upper reaches of Jammu-Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh, which will lead to a significant drop in temperatures. Heavy snowfall may also cause blockage of Jammu-Srinagar highway.
Famous tourist places like Pahalgam, Jammu, Shimla, Dharamshala, Kullu and Kedarnath will witness heavy rain and snow.




We expect these activities to continue until tomorrow morning. By afternoon, the weather will start clearing.
After a short break of 24 to 36 hours, another Western Disturbance, much stronger in nature will approach the northern hills. This system will resume rain and snowfall activities over all the three hilly states. Since this system is expected to stay for a longer period, the intensity of rain and snow will also increase and we expect fairly widespread precipitation in the region.
During this period, chances of avalanche, landslides and road blockages cannot be ruled out. Therefore, tourists are advised not to head to the hills for at least a couple of days.
These activities will continue until the morning of March 15. By afternoon of the same day, rain and snow will start receding from Jammu-Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. However, the upper reaches of Uttarakhand may continue to receive scattered rain and snow.
March 16 onward, as the Western Disturbance moves away eastwards, the weather will become completely dry over Jammu-Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand.
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Weather forecast for March 12: Mumbaikars to experience pleasant weather; Light rain in Delhi-NCR By Madhuri Adnal | Published: Monday, March 11, 2019, 17:18 [IST]

New Delhi, Mar 11:
Let us have a look at weather forecast for Bengaluru, Delhi, Mumbai and Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal and Uttarakhand on March 12.

Bengaluru:
A north-south trough is extending from Rayalaseema to South Kerala across South Interior Karnataka. In the past 24 hours, dry weather prevailed over the region with isolated thundercloud development. According to Skymet, during the next 24 hours, due to the prevailing weather systems, scattered rain and thundershower activities might be seen over southern parts of Karnataka in next 24 hours. Delhi: Since the last 24 hours, Delhi and NCR has been witnessing almost dry weather conditions with bright sunshine and clear sky. According to Skymet, during the next 24 hours, many parts of Northwest India will observe rain and thundershower activities. By today afternoon, clouding will start over Delhi and NCR area. The reason for this short spell of weather activity would be the feeble nature of the current Western Disturbance. However, another Western Disturbance is likely to approach the hills of North India around March 13 and rains are expected to commence once again over Delhi-NCR.

Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal and Uttarakhand
Back to back Western Disturbances are expected to approach the Western Himalayas. One out of these two will affect the region today in terms of weather activity. Scattered rain and snow is expected over many parts of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh as well as Uttarakhand. As per Skymet weather, after a short break of 24 to 36 hours, another Western Disturbance, much stronger in nature will approach the northern hills. This system will resume rain and snowfall activities over all the three hilly states.

Mumbai:
The winter season has come to an end for the entire country and this year the 'City of dreams- Mumbai' experienced short, sweet and mild winters. The reason why temperatures have remained on the lower side this time is because of different weather activities going on in the northern parts of country. As per Skymet weather, for at least one week, in wake of activities over northern parts of the country, maximums in Mumbai will not shoot up and will settle below 35℃. Due to low temperatures, Mumbaikars will enjoy comfortable evenings, followed by relatively pleasant nights.

Weather forecast for March 12: Mumbaikars to experience pleasant weather; Light rain in Delhi-NCR
 
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