All India Weather Forecast 13th Feb 2020: Snowfall in Jammu & Kashmir - Cold Wave in Odisha.

All India Weather Forecast 13th Feb 2020:

All India Weather Forecast 13th Feb 2020: Snowfall in Jammu & Kashmir  - Cold Wave in Odisha.
All India Weather Forecast 13th Feb 2020: Snowfall in Jammu & Kashmir  - Cold Wave in Odisha.


India:

Snowfall: Due to the Western Disturbance over the union territories Jammu & Kashmir and another one over north Pakistan, the union territories Jammu & Kashmir, as well as higher reaches of Himachal Pradesh, are very likely to observe light to moderate snowfall at many places with heavy snowfall at isolated places. The Uttrakhand state will remain dry.

Rain: Due to the easterlies approaching from the Bay of Bengal which is bringing moisture along with them will be responsible for light rainfall over the coastal TamilNadu. The state of Kerala might also receive light rains at isolated places. The remaining regions of the country are very likely to remain dry.

Temperature: The minimum temperature of northwest India is very likely to rise by a couple of degrees, the reason for such rise is due to approaching W.D, Due to which south-easterly winds will replace the northwesterly winds causing a rise in minimum temperature. The minimum temperature of central India will rise tomorrow. No significant change in the temperature of the rest of the country. As soon as this current western disturbance moves away the temperatures are very likely to fall by 2-4 degrees.

Wind: Strong winds (45-55 kmph) are likely to be seen over the Gulf of Mannar, Comorin area, South-west, and  West-central Arabian sea. Light wind/breeze likely all over India.

Fog: Shallow to moderate fog likely at isolated places in  East and Northeast India.

Cold-Wave Conditions: The state of Odisha is likely to witness cold wave conditions.

Thunderstorm: due to the Western Disturbance isolated places of Jammu & Kashmir might observe thunderstorms.

Meteorological Analysis by IMD (Based on 1730 hours IST):

  • The Western Disturbance as a trough in mid & upper tropospheric westerlies with its axis at 5.8 km above mean sea level roughly along Long. 53°E to the north of Lat. 30°N persists.
  • The other Western Disturbance as a cyclonic circulation over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu & Kashmir between 3.1 km & 3.6 km above mean sea level persists. 
  • The cyclonic circulation over east Assam & neighborhood between 2.1 & 3.6 km above mean sea level persists.
  • The cyclonic circulation over Karnataka coast & neighborhood at 3.6 km above mean sea level persists. 
  • The cyclonic circulation over southwest Rajasthan & neighborhood extending up to 1.5 km above mean sea level persists



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