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Weather Update: Cyclonic Circulation and Western Disturbances Bring Varied Conditions

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As meteorological dynamics unfold, the Southeast Arabian Sea and adjoining Maldives area are currently under the influence of a persistent cyclonic circulation extending up to 4.5 km above mean sea level. Weather experts predict the formation of a Low-Pressure Area in the same region within the next 24 hours, adding a layer of complexity to the evolving weather scenario.

Simultaneously, a Western Disturbance, identified as a trough in middle tropospheric westerlies, is making its presence felt. Running approximately along Long. 71°E and to the north of Lat. 34°N, it introduces its own set of atmospheric changes. Furthermore, a fresh and feeble Western Disturbance is on the horizon, expected to impact the Western Himalayan Region from the 11th of December, contributing to the multifaceted weather conditions across the country.

Rainfall Warning:

Residents of Kerala & Mahe, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry & Karaikal, and Lakshadweep should brace themselves for light to moderate rainfall at some places. Additionally, isolated thunderstorms and lightning are very likely during the next 4-5 days. Notably, Kerala might experience isolated heavy rainfall on the 9th-10th, while Tamil Nadu could see such conditions on the 9th of December. Hailstorms are also anticipated at isolated places over Sub-Himalaya West Bengal & Sikkim on the 12th of December, adding to the diversity of weather events.

Dense Fog Warning:

Considering the complexities of the weather, there is a possibility of dense fog in the morning in different parts of Bihar on December 10. Furthermore, Assam & Meghalaya, along with Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura, should anticipate dense fog during the 10th-11th of December. These warnings are crucial for those planning travel or outdoor activities during these periods.

Minimum Temperatures Forecast:

A gradual fall in minimum temperatures, approximately 2-4°C, is anticipated over Northwest, Central & East India in the next 2 days. However, no significant change is expected thereafter. Conversely, the rest of the country is forecasted to experience no significant change in minimum temperatures over the next 4-5 days.

Staying abreast of these weather updates becomes imperative for individuals and communities alike. The diverse array of meteorological phenomena unfolding across different regions necessitates preparedness and caution to mitigate any potential impacts. Stay tuned for further updates as meteorologists closely monitor these dynamic weather patterns.

Source: India Meteorological Department

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