IMD Alert: Heavy rain wreaks havoc in 12 states, heavy snowfall on mountains, fog-haze-vibration alert in North India, effect of low pressure-depression. IMD Alert: Heavy rain wreaks havoc in 12 states, heavy snowfall on mountains, fog mist alert in North India, effect of low pressure depression


Today’s season, IMD Alert: On Friday, December 7, the India Meteorological Department predicted that north coastal Tamil Nadu, Karaikal and Andhra Pradesh would see an increase in rain activities. A low pressure area is likely to form over Southeast Bay of Bengal and Hanuman Sagar by December 5. With which an alert has been issued to turn into a depression over Southeast Bay of Bengal by December. Due to this, heavy rains have been forecast over Puducherry and adjoining Andhra coast till December 10.

Low pressure will turn into depression

According to meteorologists, the rainy season will continue till December 10. The weather system is being monitored by the department for the intensity and impact of rain in the state. Scaling up of localized rain will happen when the low pressure turns into a cyclone. It is believed that it could be as strong as a cyclone. However, for this the low pressure has to be converted into a depression.

Expect a warm winter this time

The Meteorological Department has expressed the hope of summer and winter in the North West this time. In fact, a forecast has been issued for not reading extreme cold in Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and West Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan. If the Director General of IMD is to be believed, the weather will be normal in December, January and February in many parts of central India including most of the region of North West East and Northeast. The southern parts may see a slight drop in the temperature.

weather system

According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, the night’s minimum temperature is expected to remain below normal in different parts of North West India. However, while expressing the possibility of normal and below normal minimum temperature in most of the cases, the meteorologist said that warm temperatures are being generated due to climatic reasons and the effect of easterly wind. However, changing conditions of La Nina over the atmospheric equatorial Pacific Ocean in the sea surface will lead to weather changes.

Forecast issued for effect of winter from December to February

Here, the rainy season will continue in the southern state. The forecast for the effect of winter in the country from December to February has been issued by the India Meteorological Department on Thursday. According to the forecast, the minimum and maximum temperatures will be below normal in many parts of southern states including Andhra Pradesh. It is being said that the cold will be more in the state in the next three months. However, a forecast of extremely cold winds has been issued in December and January. This forecast has been issued for the southern states.

Rain/Thunderstorm Forecast and Warning

  • Widespread light to moderate rainfall with isolated heavy falls very likely over Nicobar Islands on 4th December, 2022 and over Andaman & Nicobar Islands on 5th December, 2022.
  • Thunderstorm (speed reaching 60 kmph) with lightning very likely at isolated places over Andaman & Nicobar Islands on 5th December, 2022.
  • As the low pressure system will move towards Southwest Bay of Bengal, rain activity is likely to commence over North Coastal Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal and South Coast Andhra Pradesh from December 7 midnight.

Yellow alert in Himachal Punjab

According to the India Meteorological Department, the state has issued a forecast of dense fog in different areas of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab for 3 days from Friday to Sunday. Along with this, due to drop in temperature and other effects, there will be a change in the condition of fog. Yellow alert has been issued in different areas of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab due to heavy fog. People have been instructed to be aware by issuing advisory.

drizzle in eastern states

The places in Himachal where yellow alert has been issued. Apart from Bilaspur, an alert has been issued in Ludhiana, Patiala, Roop Nagar, Nawanshahr, Kapurthala, Tarn Taran in Punjab. Along with this, an alert has also been issued by the Meteorological Department for light to moderate fog and scattered drizzle in the morning in eastern Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura in the next two to three days.

nationwide weather

Since the beginning of December, the weather is changing rapidly in many states that shivering cold is being felt in the state. Snowfall has intensified in the Himalayan regions. If the forecast of the Meteorological Department is to be believed, there will be a further drop in the temperature. The minimum temperature in Delhi reached 6 degree Celsius. No respite from rain has been issued in South India.

drop in temperature in delhi

According to the weather report, a drop in temperature will be seen in the capital Delhi on Saturday and Sunday. The minimum temperature can reach 6 degree Celsius. At the same time, the maximum temperature has been estimated to be up to 25 degree Celsius.

The fog will intensify in Mumbai

The sky will be cloudy in Mumbai today. The minimum temperature will be seen up to 24 degree Celsius. The cold will increase rapidly in Rajasthan. The minimum temperature can reach up to 6 degree Celsius, the weather will be clear in Haryana today. Although fog will be seen in the morning and evening.

Cold wave alert in Punjab Gujarat and Rajasthan

Cold wave alert has been issued in Punjab, Gujarat and Rajasthan. The minimum temperature has been predicted to reach 6 to 7 degree Celsius.

Mercury falls in UP-Bihar

Today there will be fog in Uttar Pradesh. The effect of cold wind coming from the other side and icy wind from North India can be seen on Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. The minimum temperature in Ga can reach 12 degree Celsius while in Bihar also the minimum temperature has reached 11 degree Celsius. Tremors are being felt in many areas.

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