Citing no reduction this week from bone chilling climate, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Monday mentioned that dense to very dense fog situations are prone to proceed over North India throughout the subsequent 4-5 days whereas chilly day to extreme chilly day situations are prone to proceed to prevail over North India throughout subsequent three days and reduce in depth thereafter.
In its day by day bulletin, the climate forecast company mentioned that “Jet Stream Winds” of the order of 130-150 knots at 12.6 km above imply sea stage are prevailing over the plains of North India.
“It is leading to subsidence of cold air and enhancing cold wave/cold day conditions over North India. Similar intensity of Jet Stream is likely to continue during the next 3-4 days. Under the influence of fresh Western Disturbance, light isolated rainfall/snowfall likely over Western Himalayan Region from Thursday to Sunday, ” mentioned the IMD.
The IMD additional mentioned that minimal temperatures are within the vary of 3-7 diploma Celisus over many elements of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, North Rajasthan, North Madhya Pradesh and Bihar.
“These are below normal by 2- 4 degree Celsius in some parts of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, North Rajasthan, North Madhya Pradesh and Bihar and normal over Punjab and Haryana. Today, the lowest minimum temperature of 2.8 degree Celsius was reported at Datia (West Madhya Pradesh), ” mentioned the IMD.
The IMD additional warned that dense to very dense fog situations are very prone to prevail for a number of hours in evening/morning over some elements of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Uttar Pradesh until Saturday morning.
“Dense Fog conditions are very likely in isolated places over Delhi during Monday night and Saturday morning. Dense to very dense fog conditions are also very likely to prevail for a few hours at night/morning in isolated pockets of Rajasthan till Friday morning and in isolated pockets of north Madhya Pradesh till Wednesday morning, ” mentioned the IMD.
The IMD mentioned that the rise in minimal temperatures by 2-3 diploma celsius is predicted throughout the subsequent 5 days over northwest India.
“No significant change in minimum temperatures is very likely over rest parts of the country during the next five days. Cold wave conditions are very likely in isolated pockets of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and north Rajasthan till Tuesday, ” mentioned the IMD.
The IMD additionally mentioned that floor frost situations are very doubtless at remoted locations over Uttarakhand on Monday and Tuesday.