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Hail storm in central India followed by moist spells in northwest

New Delhi: The Indian Meteorological Authority (IMD) predicts similar weather on Wednesdays in most of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh, and on Tuesday nights in numerous locations across multiple districts of Maharashtra. There were storms, thunderstorms, and thunderstorms.

Wet spelling in some states in northwestern India lasts for the next two days.

Narkhed, Akola, Murtijapur, Aurangabad, Vaijapur, Paithan, Jalna, Srirampur and Jalgaon are part of the Maharashtra region that witnessed a violent hail storm with almost unfolded white sheets. Lighting and thunderstorm activity was also seen in some areas of Madhya Pradesh.

“Western turbulence is a cyclone valley in the lower troposphere in and around northern Pakistan, a valley at almost central tropospheric height, a guided tropospheric circulation in and around southwestern Rajastan, and a tropospheric circulation. Seen as a valley flowing north from. The lower tropospheric level of Terrangana and the lower tropospheric level of the Cyclone Circulation in central Uttarpradesh-all combined to result in unseasonal rain and hailstorms. “IMD said.

According to IMD, it is very likely that there will be light / moderate isolated rainfall in Uttar Kand on December 29th and fairly extensive rainfall in Uttar Pradesh on December 29th. Pradesh, Vidarbha, Odisha, Gangetic West Bengal, and Chhattisgarh were scattered in Bihar, Jharkhand, and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim until December 30.

Isolated thunderstorms, lightning bolts, and hailstorms will also occur in eastern Madhya Pradesh on 29 December, West Bengal in the Himalayas, Sikkim, Chatisgar, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Megaraya until 30 December, and Nagaland on 30 December. There is a possibility.

On the other hand, cold waves can occur in Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh from December 31st to January 2nd, and in northern Rajasthan on January 1st and 2nd.

On December 29th and 30th, cold day conditions may spread to Bihar.

Thick fog in isolated pockets is in Punjab, Hariyana and northern Rajasthan for the next three nights / mornings, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh on December 30 and 31, and eastern India on December 31 and January. It is very likely to occur in a day.

https://www.siasat.com/hailstorms-in-central-india-wet-spell-for-northwest-to-continue-2249537/ Hail storm in central India followed by moist spells in northwest

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