According to IMD, dry weather prevailed over Kerala & Lakshadweep. No large change in maximum temperature over Kerala during the past 24 hours. However it was above normal in Kottayam & Alappuzha districts and remained normal elsewhere over Kerala. Minimum temperature fell appreciably in Thiruvananthapuram district, rose appreciably in Palakkad district and no large change elsewhere over Kerala during the past 24 hours. However it was appreciably below normal in Kollam district, below normal in Malappuram, Kottayam & Thiruvananthapuram districts and remained normal elsewhere over Kerala. Kottayam, Punalur & Vellanikkara recorded the highest maximum temperature of 37C and Punalur recorded the lowest minimum temperature of 17C respectively.
Delhi on Thursday recorded its warmest day of the 12 months up to now, with the mercury touching 33.9 levels Celsius at Safdarjung— metropolis’s base station for climate. This is seven levels above regular temperature for this time of the 12 months, The Greater India reported.
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India Meteorological Department says circumstances are set to get even hotter over the subsequent seven days and a most of 35 levels Celsius is predicted on March 7.
Before this, the warmest day of the 12 months up to now was final Thursday, when Delhi recorded a excessive of 33.2 levels Celsius.
Kuldeep Srivastava, scientist at IMD, says lack of western disturbances within the area has led to larger than regular temperature. “No rain is expected this week either and the mercury will only rise further in the next few days.A drop in wind speed is also leading to such high temperatures.”
According to the climate division, the utmost temperature touched 34.6 levels Celsius at each Pitampura and Najafgarh, whereas it was 34.5 levels on the sports activities complicated climate station in east Delhi. The Pusa station recorded a most of 34 levels. Both Gurgaon and Noida had a most of 32.9 levels on Thursday. The ‘normal’ most temperature for March four to March 6 is 27.1 levels Celsius, whereas it’s 28.7 for March 7 till March 11.
Delhi at current is experiencing westerly winds, with the wind course anticipated to alter to south-easterly by March 7. While the utmost was above regular, Delhi recorded a minimal of 12.2 levels Celsius—one diploma under regular. The highest minimal temperature in Delhi was recorded on the Sports complicated, the place it touched 17.6 levels Celsius.
With a imply most temperature of 27.9 levels Celsius—the second highest within the final 120 years—the capital has already recorded a very hot February as properly. “March is also expected to be warmer than normal,” stated a Met official.
Forecast for Friday exhibits sturdy floor winds, starting from 20-30 km/hr in pace. The most temperature could possibly be round 33 levels, whereas the minimal is predicted to hover round 13 levels.
5-Day Nationwide Weather Forecast
According to Weather.com, a fresh western disturbance is set to impact the Western Himalayan Region from Saturday. Under the influence of this system, scattered to widespread rainfall or snowfall is likely over Western Himalayan Region on March 6-8 with peak intensity on March 7.
Moreover, isolated heavy rainfall or snowfall is expected over Jammu, Kashmir, Ladakh, Gilgit, Baltistan, Muzaffarabad, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand on March 7.
Some isolated places of Jammu, Kashmir, Ladakh, Gilgit, Baltistan, Muzaffarabad, and Himachal Pradesh are also expected to witness thunderstorms with lightning and hail on March 6-7.
Isolated to scattered light rain or drizzle is possible over Punjab on March 6-7 and isolated light rain/drizzle is expected over north Haryana, Chandigarh and adjoining west Uttar Pradesh on March 7.
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Meanwhile, in Arunachal Pradesh, the persistent rain or snow will have its peak Friday to Saturday with a 2-day total of 40-80 mm for the eastern part along with thunderstorms before tapering off from Sunday.
As per the India Meteorological Department (IMD), scattered to widespread rainfall with isolated thunderstorms/lightning are likely over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura during the next 4-5 days. In addition, isolated heavy rainfall is possible over Arunachal Pradesh on March 5. Some parts of Assam and Meghalaya may also experience thundersquall, with wind speed gusting to 70 kmph, on March 5. Owing to these rough weather conditions, the IMD has issued an orange alert over Assam and Meghalaya for today.
A cyclonic circulation is expected to become notable in the Indian Ocean near the equator next week. It is likely to bring a few spells of a shower along with thunderstorms over the southern tip of the peninsula.
In terms of maximum temperatures, these are expected to be 4°C to 8°C higher than normal across much of Rajasthan in this forecast period. Below average maximums are likely across Brahmaputra Plains.
On the other hand, overnight minimums have been forecast to be warmer than normal across much of the country during this forecast period, with the exception of Deccan Plateau, where temperatures will remain normal or slightly cooler until Sunday.
Widespread rain or snow and thunderstorms are expected over Arunachal Pradesh. Fairly widespread snow or rain and thunderstorms are likely over Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh.
Scattered snow or rain and thunderstorms are likely over Ladakh, Uttarakhand, and Sikkim. Scattered rain and thunderstorms are likely over Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, and Manipur. Isolated rain and thunderstorms expected over Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Nicobar Island.
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