Sat. Feb 24th, 2024


Jet stream winds, of the order of 130-160 knots at 12.6 km above imply sea degree, are nonetheless prevailing over the plains of North India, enhancing chilly wave/chilly day situations that are prone to proceed for subsequent 3-4 days, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) mentioned on Saturday.

“The winds are 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 next 3-4 days, ” it mentioned.

The IMD, in its bulletin mentioned that dense to very dense fog and chilly day to extreme chilly day situations are prone to proceed to prevail over North India in the course of the subsequent two days and reduce in depth thereafter.

“Dense to very dense fog conditions are very likely to prevail for a few hours in night/morning over some parts of Punjab, Haryana, and Chandigarh during Saturday night and January 22 morning and dense fog in isolated pockets for subsequent two days, ” it mentioned.

The IMD additional additionally predicted that dense to very dense fog situations are very prone to prevail for a number of hours in night time/morning in some components of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar throughout Saturday night time to Sunday morning and dense fog in remoted pockets for subsequent 4 days.

“Cold day to extreme chilly day situations are very prone to proceed in lots of components of Uttar Pradesh on Saturday and in remoted pockets on Sunday and chilly day situations in remoted pockets for subsequent three days.

“Cold day to severe cold day conditions are very likely to continue in some parts of Punjab, and Haryana on Saturday and Sunday and cold day conditions in isolated pockets on January 22 while similar conditions are also very likely to continue in isolated pockets of north Madhya Pradesh, and north Rajasthan on Saturday and Sunday and cold day conditions in isolated pockets on January 23, ” it mentioned.

The IMD mentioned that fall in minimal temperatures by 2-3 diploma Celisus may be very probably over many components of central India in the course of the subsequent 2 days and no vital change thereafter.

“No significant change in minimum temperatures is very likely over many parts of northwest India during the next two days and fall by 2-3 degree Celsius thereafter. No significant change in minimum temperatures likely over rest parts of north India during the next 5 days, ” it mentioned.

The IMD mentioned that minimal temperatures are within the vary of 6-10 diploma Celsius over most components of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Bihar, Jharkhand, sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, and Madhya Pradesh.

“These are below normal by 2- 4 degree Celsius in isolated pockets of north Madhya Pradesh, southeast Uttar Pradesh, east Rajasthan, Bihar, and Gangetic West Bengal. Today, the lowest minimum temperature of 3.1 degree Celsius reported at Nowgong (east Madhya Pradesh), ” it mentioned.

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