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Fresh Western Disturbance To Hit Northwest India On Wednesday, Rain Likely In Delhi On March 30, 31

Throughout March, India’s northern portion had many bouts of unseasonal rain, mixed with dry days and hot midday temperatures. According to recent forecasts, this unusual weather will cap off March and continue until April.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicts that a new western disturbance in the form of a trough will begin to hit Northwest India on Wednesday night (March 29), with the system predicted to intensify by Friday (March 31).

Under the influence of these meteorological conditions, a new round of fairly widespread to widespread rainfall and/or thunderstorms is expected for Northwest India beginning Thursday (March 30).

Isolated hailstorms are also expected across Rajasthan on Thursday, as well as Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana, and West Uttar Pradesh on Thursday and Friday.

“The country’s weather is changing again as a result of the Western Disturbance, which will become active on March 30. A new Western Disturbance is expected to reach the Western Himalayas by March 30, causing rain in many parts of the country, including Punjab, Rajasthan, Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, and West Bengal,” a source from the met department told ABP Live. 

“Rain and thunder will be seen in the same states of North West India beginning on March 29. Light to moderate rain and snow is expected over the Western Himalayas and Arunachal Pradesh over the next 24 hours. North India will have clear skies,” the source said. 

On Tuesday, pleasant weather prevailed in Delhi, with the maximum temperature reaching 31.6 degrees Celsius.

According to IMD, humidity levels fluctuated between 40% and 75%. The morning low temperature had dropped to 15.3 degrees Celsius, three degrees below normal.

The city’s air quality remained “moderate.” On a scale of 0 to 500, the air quality index was 146, up from 164 the day before. It will most likely remain in the same category for the following three days.

Thus far in March, the hottest day was 34.3°C on March 15. In comparison, Delhi saw high temperatures at the end of March last year, with the highest temperature hitting 39.6°C on March 31.

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