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After a rainy winter, the temperature is set to rise for the next two weeks: IMD

New Delhi: After a rainy winter, minimum temperatures are set to rise nationwide from the next two weeks, the Meteorological Agency said Thursday.

However, in parts of the Far South Peninsula, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, rainfall is expected to exceed normal rainfall.

In the long-range forecast for the next two weeks, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) states that dry weather is very likely to occur in the rest of the country on most days of the week.

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From February 24th to March 2nd, the minimum temperature is likely to rise gradually in most parts of the country.

The Meteorological Agency said various large-scale features, sea conditions, and model guidance indicate that cyclone formation is unlikely to occur over the North Indian Ocean during the next two weeks.

Cumulative rainfall in all India this winter up to February 16 was 61.6% above the long-term average (LPA) and 72% above the LPA in northwestern India.

According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, strong surface winds (25-35 kmph) are likely to hit Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi and Uttar Pradesh on February 19th and 20th.

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