Rain, thunderstorms likely in several regions from today. Details here | Latest India News

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecast bad weather for today in several parts of India, caused by a new western disturbance and the accompanying cyclone formation. According to the MeT department, over the western Himalayan region – the Jammu and Himachal Pradesh division – from Jan.

In addition, sporadic precipitation can also be expected in several regions in the west and north-west of India, from Punjab, Haryana, Delhi to Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.

This is what the IMD predicts in the weather department for the next few days:

Western Himalaya region: Expect light / moderate rainfall to widespread / scattered rainfall and accompanying snowfall over the Jammu and Himachal Pradesh division from December 26th to 29th.

Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi: From December 26th to 29th, light to moderate sporadic and sporadic precipitation can be expected. Occasional thunderstorms and lightning strikes, with accompanying hailstorms, possible on December 28th.

Rajasthan: From December 27th to 28th, light to moderate sporadic and sporadic precipitation can be expected.

Uttar Pradesh: From December 27th to 29th, sporadic to moderate rainfall is to be expected.

Madhya Pradesh: From December 27th to 29th, light to moderate sporadic and sporadic precipitation can be expected. Occasional thunderstorms and lightning strikes with accompanying hailstorms are possible on December 28 in the west of Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha and Marathwada.

Odisha: From December 27th to 29th, light to moderate sporadic and sporadic precipitation can be expected.

Vidarbha, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Gangetic West Bengal: From December 27th to 29th, light to moderate sporadic and sporadic precipitation can be expected.

Meanwhile, lows in most locations in Kashmir dropped this week before the rain and snowfall forecast. The Kashmir Valley is currently in the grip of its 40-day harshest winter period known as “Chilla-i-Kalan”, which began on Tuesday.

Srinagar recorded a low of 1.7 degrees Celsius on Friday night – compared to 2.4 degrees Celsius on Thursday night. The nearby city of Kokernag in southern Kashmir recorded a low of minus 1.0 degrees Celsius.

While many areas in the valley saw snowfall Thursday, the MeT office said a period of greater intensity will most likely occur on two days from Sunday. The probability of snowfall is most frequent and highest during this time, and in most areas, especially at higher elevations, there is heavy to very heavy snowfall.

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