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IMD Predicts Snowfall in Himalayan Region, Rains in Punjab, Haryana & Other States | Weather Updates


Rain and hailstorms hit several parts of West Bengal's Jalpaiguri causing damage to houses, buildings and crops. (Representative image)

Rain and hailstorms hit several parts of West Bengal’s Jalpaiguri causing damage to houses, buildings and crops. (Representative image)

Weather department’s scientist Abhijeet Chakraborty said MP will witness rain and storms in a few districts due to a combination of cyclonic circulation, trough, and western disturbance

Two western disturbances are likely to affect the Himalayan region till April 5 said the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), adding that isolated to scattered rainfall or snowfall accompanied with thunderstorms and lighting are very likely over Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Muzaffarabad Himachal Pradesh, and Uttarakhand till April 6.

While, states like Punjab, Haryana, and Chandigarh will be under the effect of western disturbances till April 5. Weather department’s scientist Abhijeet Chakraborty said MP will witness rain and storms in a few districts due to a combination of cyclonic circulation, trough, and western disturbance.

WEATHER UPDATES

  • A cyclonic circulation lies over northeast Assam and a north-south trough runs from east Bihar to north Bay of Bengal said IMD, adding widespread to widespread light or moderate rainfall and snowfall with isolated thunderstorms and lightning very likely over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura and Sikkim till April 4.
  • The weather department has suggested avoiding roadway underpasses, drainage ditches, low-lying areas, and areas where water collects.
  • Flight operations were affected due to adverse weather conditions in Assam leading to uprooting of trees.
  • With the IMD forecasting hot and humid conditions across Odisha in the coming days, the state government on Saturday announced morning classes for students in all schools.
  • In a letter to all district collectors, Special Relief Commissioner (SRC) Satyabrata Sahu asked them to take immediate measures to mitigate the hot and humid weather and ensure that no casualty takes place due to the possible heat wave condition.
  • Earlier the weather department in an evening bulletin, said due to prevailing dry conditions in major parts of the state and high solar insolation, maximum temperature is likely to be between 38 to 40 degrees Celsius at many places in interior parts and between 36 to 38 degrees in the coastal districts during next 4 to 5 days.
  • Heat wave conditions are very likely over Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, Karnataka, Rayalaseema, and Telangana till April 4.

Meanwhile, rain and hailstorms hit several parts of West Bengal’s Jalpaiguri causing damage to houses, buildings and crops. At least four people have lost their lives and over 100 others are injured in the cyclone incident said Jalpaiguri SP.

(with inputs from PTI)



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