Daily India Weather Forecast: Heavy rain, Mercury levels spike scross India
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India's Weather forecast for March 9

On Monday, India has seen scattered thunderstorms are possible over much of the Western Himalayan Region and northwestern plains, including NCR. Tripura, southern Assam, Manipur, and northern Mizoram can also expect scattered rains. Maximum temperature of 40°C or more is possible over some plain areas of inland from the Konkan Coast such as east & southeast of Mumbai (Kalyan, Mahad, Chiplun & Rajapur) and around Puttur in Karnataka. In the morning, dense fog is possible on the northeast coast of Andhra Pradesh, coastal Odisha, and the south end of Gujarat. The air quality will be very poor over NCR, some parts of Uttar Pradesh, and the Thar Desert.

As Tuesday comes, isolated thunderstorms are possible in the central part of the northeast. Maximum temperature of 40°C or more is possible over parts of Konkan Coast such as east and southeast of Mumbai (Kalyan, Mahad, Chiplun & Rajapur) and east of Puttur in Karnataka. In the morning, dense fog is possible in some parts of Kashmir, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Tripura. A fresh western disturbance affects northwest India, causing fairly widespread rain/snow, with isolated heavy rains over Western Himalayan Region and isolated drizzle in the plains over the next two days, as per the India Meteorological Department (IMD). Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, and north Haryana will witness isolated lightning and hail on Sunday, while such conditions will prevail over Uttrakhand from Monday.

Meanwhile, the ongoing snow/rainfall event along with thunderstorms due to a local cyclonic circulation across northeast India will continue into next week. Assam, Manipur, Arunachal, Tripura, Mizoram, and Nagaland will witness isolated to widespread rainfall till Wednesday. Apart from these regions, sunny weather is expected across the country due to a large high pressure prevailing over the region. In terms of temperature, both daytime and nighttime will be quite warmer than normal in the northern half of the subcontinent. Even in some parts of Odisha, a maximum temperature of 40°C or more is possible on Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures will continue to be quite higher in the central part of the Himalayas, including Nepal at least until late March.

Daily India Weather Forecast: Heavy rain, Mercury levels spike scross India
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March 9 weather forecast for major cities

City Temperature Weather

Bhangala

30°C Sunny

Mumbai

32 °C Sunny

Dehli

33 °C Mostly Sunny
Daily India Weather Forecast: Heavy rain, Mercury levels spike scross India
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5-Day Nationwide Weather Forecast

While one fresh western disturbance (WD) has been affecting Western Himalayan Region (WHR), another fresh one is set to arrive by Tuesday night. Under the influence of the two WDs, fairly widespread rain/snow, with isolated thunderstorms, lightning and hail is forecast across WHR this week. Isolated drizzle is also possible in the plains over the next two days, including Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, and Chandigarh, as per the India Meteorological Department (IMD).

A risk of heavy snow at high altitudes and rain with thunderstorms at low altitudes prevails on Thursday and Friday over Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttarakhand due to slightly active convection. The IMD has placed the entire region under an orange alert to 'be prepared' from Wednesday to Friday. Heavy snow is possible over Jammu & Kashmir from Thursday morning to Friday afternoon.

Rain or sleet over Arunachal Pradesh will prevail due to local cyclonic circulation. Rains may continue across northeast India this week. Assam, Manipur, Arunachal, Tripura, Mizoram, and Nagaland will witness isolated to widespread rainfall till Thursday.

In terms of temperature, both daytime and nighttime will be quite warmer than normal in the northern half of the subcontinent. Even in some parts of Odisha, a maximum temperature of 40°C or more is possible on Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures will continue to be quite higher in the central part of the Himalayas, including Nepal at least until late March. Maximum daytime temperatures of 40°C or more are possible on lowland areas near the Konkan coast such as Kalyan, Mahad, Chiplun, and Rajapur for the next five days.

Delhi 5-day weather forecast

Date Weather Min Temp Max Temp Rain Risk Wind Speed Rainfall Humidity
09. March
Clear sky
37 °C

98.6 °F

23 °C

73.4 °F

0 %

9 km/h

6 mph

0mm

0 in

18%
10. March
Clear sky
37 °C

98.6 °F

24 °C

75.2 °F

0 %

6 km/h

4 mph

0mm

0 in

12%
11. March
Clear sky
36 °C

96.8 °F

24 °C

75.2 °F

0 %

5 km/h

3 mph

0mm

0 in

13%
12. March
Broken clouds
37 °C

98.6 °F

24 °C

75.2 °F

20 %

6 km/h

4 mph

0mm

0 in

13%
13. March
Overcast clouds
36 °C

96.8 °F

24 °C

75.2 °F

0 %

4 km/h

2 mph

0mm

0 in

14%

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