New Delhi: Dense fog with chilly waves continues to engulf most elements of the nation and the mercury is more likely to dip in Central India and East India throughout the subsequent 24 hours whereas scattered rainfall is probably going over Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Islands, predicted IMD.
The minimal temperature in East India will additional dip by 2-4 levels celsius throughout the subsequent 24 hours, predicted the India Meteorological Division (IMD) on Friday (January 6). IMD additional predicted that the temperature may also drop in Central India within the subsequent 24 hours.
In response to IMD, Dense to very dense fog is probably going in Punjab, Haryana and Delhi and in some pockets of Uttar Pradesh whereas dense fog situations will prevail in North Rajasthan, North Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Assam and Meghalaya.
“Floor frost condistions very doubtless in remoted pockets of Rajsthan,” said IMD in its each day climate bulletin.
IMD predicts rainfall in Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra
IMD has predicted remoted mild rainfall over South Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, Madhya Maharashtra, and Marathawada throughout the subsequent 24 hours.
Attributable to trough from southeast Uttar Pradesh to west Vidarbha in decrease tropospheric ranges; remoted mild rainfall doubtless over south Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, Chhattisgarh, north Madhya Maharashtra and Marathawada throughout subsequent 2 days.
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Rainfall, thundershower in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh
Rainfall and thundershower had been noticed at remoted locations over Coastal Anhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu on Friday (January 6) and the IMD has predictedscattered rainfall over remoted locations in Tamil Nadu and Kerala in subsequent few days.