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Delhi-NCR Braces for Season’s First Intense Western Disturbance: Widespread Rain Expected

The MeT predicts that within the next twenty-four hours, an induced cyclonic circulation will develop over central Pakistan.

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Delhi-NCR Braces for Season's First Intense Western Disturbance: Widespread Rain Expected

Delhi-NCR Braces for Season’s First Intense Western Disturbance: It is anticipated that the first severe western disturbance of the season will bring widespread precipitation to Delhi, Uttarakhand, Punjab, and Haryana, in addition to heavy rainfall and possibly snowfall in portions of Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. Precipitation is anticipated in the northwest and portions of central India over the next four days, according to the IMD.

Delhi-NCR Braces for Season’s First Intense Western Disturbance: Widespread Rain Expected

The MeT predicts that within the next twenty-four hours, an induced cyclonic circulation will develop over central Pakistan and the surrounding area as a result of the western disturbance. The IMD predicts that this system will likely intensify further on October 15, with the possibility of a merger of a new western disturbance.

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Northwest and central India will be affected by the system between Friday night and October 17. Moisture is anticipated to be supplied by the Arabian Sea. It was stated that precipitation intensity and distribution over northwest India are anticipated to increase during the same time period.

Northwesterly winds originating from the Himalayas are anticipated to predominate over northwest India at lower tropospheric levels subsequent to the western disturbance’s passage. As a consequence, regional temperatures are anticipated to drop by two to four degrees beginning on October 17.

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