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Weather Forecast and Warnings: What to Expect in the Coming Days

Weather: Yesterday’s minimum temperatures painted a picture of relative warmth across several regions, with readings ranging between 10-14°C in many parts of the northern plains and some areas of Madhya Pradesh. Notably, these temperatures were above normal by 2-4°C, indicating a departure from typical seasonal patterns. The city of Amritsar in Punjab reported the lowest minimum temperature at 4.2°C, marking a chilly start to the day.

Looking ahead, meteorological forecasts offer insights into anticipated weather patterns and potential hazards over the next five days. Here’s what you can expect:

Weather Systems and Forecast & Warnings:

  • Rainfall/Snowfall:
    Light to moderate scattered to fairly widespread rainfall/snowfall is highly likely over Arunachal Pradesh. Additionally, isolated to scattered rainfall is expected over Sub-Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim, Assam & Meghalaya, and Nagaland, Mizoram, Manipur & Tripura from February 6th to 7th, 2024.
  • Dense Fog Warning:
    Dense fog conditions are anticipated in isolated pockets over Odisha on February 7th, 2024, particularly during the morning hours.

Minimum Temperature Forecast:

  • Northwest India:
    A decrease in minimum temperatures by 2-4°C is very likely over many parts of Northwest India within the next two days. Subsequently, no significant change is expected after that.
  • Central India:
    Central India is poised to experience a gradual decline in minimum temperatures by 2-4°C over the next five days.
  • Rest of North India:
    Minimal changes in minimum temperatures are projected over the rest of North India, indicating relatively stable conditions in the coming days.

In summary, while yesterday’s temperatures hinted at milder conditions, upcoming weather patterns suggest a mix of precipitation and fog in certain regions, along with fluctuations in minimum temperatures across Northwest and Central India. Stay informed and prepared for potential weather-related impacts in your area.

Source: India Meteorological Department

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