Western Himalaya prepares for rain and new snowfall

NewsWestern Himalaya prepares for rain and new snowfall

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Congenial snowfall and mild showers have been reported in the northern regions over the last day, mainly in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. The weather panel predicts that the snow will arrive as the new western disturbance approaches. Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, while other places have reported light precipitation.

The western Himalayan region is preparing for new snowfall and showers, which are predicted to begin at nightfall on March 5 and last until March 7. A developing Western Department (IMD) has warned.  The western Himalayan region is expected to see moderate amounts of snowfall and scattered to fairly widespread rainfall, according to the forecast department. A Western disturbance is expected to cause such conditions over the next five days, which could result in light rain continuing in states like Assam and Meghalaya, scattered snowfall and rainfall in places like Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh and Himachal Pradesh.

Meanwhile, hot and muggy weather is predicted for Kerala and Rayalseema’s southern terrain, so there are chances for an increase in temperature. Similarly, rain is predicted for the duration in other states such as Madhya Pradesh and its surrounding areas Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. The South is predicted to experience contrasting weather with Rayalaseema and Kerala, among other Southern regions and is likely to experience hot and muggy conditions for the coming days.

A western distribution is expected to cause conditions over the next five days, which could result in light rain continuing in states like Assam and Meghalaya and scattered snowfall and rainfall in places like Jammu-Kashmir, Ladakh, and Himachal Pradesh.

Meanwhile, hot and muggy weather is predicted for Kerala and Rayalaseema southern terrain, so they should brace for an increase in temperature.

Similarly, rain is predicted for the duration in other states, such as Madhya Pradesh and its surrounding areas, Assam, and Arunachal Pradesh. The weather in the South is predicted to be quite different; for the foreseeable future, Rayalaseema and Kerala, among other southern regions, are likely to experience hot, humid weather.

Winter weather activities have returned to the Western Himalayan hills in February after a period of dryness from November to January due to a lack of strong disturbances from the west. The area has had another dry spell following a brief period of mild to heavy snowfall between February 18 and 20, but this time the weather is not as bad as previously reported.

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