New Delhi: There is a possibility of heavy rains and thunderstorms in the western Himalayas due to western disturbance from 21 to 24 March. At the same time, no western disturbance is expected between March 24 and 31, due to which the maximum temperature may increase in northwest India and other parts of the country.
In the last week of March, India Meteorological Department gave this information in the forecast for the next two weeks. The Meteorological Department said that from 18 to 24 March, due to the effect of western disturbance, the temperature is likely to remain in the normal range.
An intense western disturbance is expected to cause widespread rainfall in the western Himalayan region and light to moderate rainfall is expected over the plains of northwest India from March 21 to 24. Due to a cyclonic circulation in Central India, scattered thunderstorms, lightning strikes and strong winds (speeds reaching 30-40 kmph) are expected in Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha and Chhattisgarh during the first half of the week. .
There is a possibility of hail in West Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, East Madhya Pradesh, Marathwada and Telangana by 20 March. Most states of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaval, Telangana, Kerala and Mahe, along with Coastal and South Interior Karnataka are likely to receive isolated showers / thunderstorms. Overall, North India as well as Central India and extreme South Peninsular India are expected to receive more than normal rainfall. Several parts of North Peninsular India are expected to receive above normal rainfall.