Substantial precipitation likely in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Puducherry; spell to last work Dec 22: IMD

Tamil Nadu

The southern conditions of Tamil Nadu and Kerala will encounter substantial precipitation for the following not many days, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has said in its climate figure.

As indicated by IMD, weighty precipitation is likely at secluded spots over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and Karaikal. These spots will likewise observe tempest went with lightning.

The circumstance will proceed till December 22, the IMD said. Lakshadweep, Andaman and Nicobar islands, south seaside Andhra Pradesh and Yanam can likewise encounter downpour during this period, it further said.

The climate is probably going to be dry in leftover pieces of the nation, the climate office said in its conjecture.

North India, in the interim, is under the grasp of a virus wave and thick mist has inundated numerous states. Public capital Delhi recorded its most reduced least temperature of the period – 4.1 degrees Celsium – on Tuesday. On Wednesday, Delhi’s base temperature remained at 5.9 degrees Celsius (at 6.30 am).

The IMD has said that ‘chilly day’ conditions are probably going to persevere in pockets over Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, north Rajasthan, and West Uttar Pradesh for the next two days. A portion of these zones may encounter a ‘serious virus wave’ on Friday and Saturday.

In Himachal Pradesh, Keylong and Kalpa recorded freezing temperatures in spite of the dry climate in the state.

In the Kashmir Valley, night temperatures plunged underneath the edge of freezing over attributable to a reasonable sky, with the acclaimed ski-resort of Gulmarg shuddering at short 10.2 degrees Celsius.

All climate stations in the Valley recorded freezing night temperatures a few degrees underneath the typical for this piece of the period, IMD authorities said.

Churu was the coldest spot in Rajasthan with at least 5.2 degrees Celsius followed by Pilani where the night temperature was 5.3 degrees Celsius.