IMD predicts partial cloud cover over Maharashtra due to westerly disturbances.

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Pune: IMD predicts partial cloud cover over Maharashtra due to western disturbances | Representative photo/ BL Sony

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Pune: On Saturday, IMD predicted overcast weather over the north-central Maharashtra region over the next few days, predicting vigorous western disturbances from cyclonic circulation over Afghanistan and nearby areas from January 23 to January 27.

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Explaining the phenomenon, Pune Anupam Kashyapi, Director of Meteorology and Climate, Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), said: “The interaction between the southerly winds from the gulf has increased cloud cover over the north-central Maharashtra region during this period. “he said. From January 24 to January 28 there will be cold winds from Bengal and cold, wet north winds from the cold regions of northern India blowing through the southern peninsula.”

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This interaction is likely to occur over the MP, southwest/south MP, and north of Maharashtra, moving slowly eastward, likely increasing cloud cover over the period over the north-central part of Maharashtra. “Especially in Vidarbha, northern Madhya Maharashtra and northern Marathwada districts during that period, very light to light rains cannot be ruled out either,” said Dr. Kashyapi.

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Minimum temperatures are likely to rise, but daytime temperatures are likely to drop over the next few days as overcast weather prevents the sun’s rays from penetrating the Earth’s surface. Single-digit temperatures are not expected in Maharashtra until the end of this month.

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Temperatures in different parts of India

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“The impact resulted in light/moderate and widespread rainfall/snow in the Western Himalayan region from 23 January to 27 January, peaking in intensity from 24 to 26 January. January 24 and 25; January 24 over Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh,” Dr. Kashyapi added.

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Some isolated rainfall is likely in Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Uttar Pradesh on the 23rd, followed by a sporadic increase across the region with fairly widespread precipitation accompanied by thunderstorm activity on the 24th to 27th (even to Delhi) will do

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The isolated light in sporadic rain/thunder showers between January 25-27 is likely over Northern Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh.

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