12.11.2020, 12:00

India weather forecast latest November 13 Thunderstorm with lightning to batter some isolated places

According to Skymet Weather, during the next 24 hours, rain activities will increase over coastal parts of Andhra Pradesh and coastal Tamil Nadu. In these areas, light to moderate rains with few heavy spells are possible at some places.

Light to moderate rains are possible over Andaman and Nicobar Islands, interior Tamil Nadu, Rayalaseema, southern interior Karnataka, and parts of Kerala.

India weather forecast latest November 13 Thunderstorm with lightning to batter some isolated places
Photo: mausam.imd.gov

Weather in central India, eastern states and north India will remain mainly dry and clear. There is no possibility of any relief from pollution in the plains cities of North India including Delhi-NCR.

Besides, a western disturbance is likely to bring rain and snow to the upper reaches of north-western India over the weekend. Light rain is also likely over the region and adjoining Central India while widespread rain and snowfall are expected in Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh, Gilgit-Baltistan and Muzaffarabad, India Meteorological Department said.

5 day rainfall forecast. Photo: mausam.imd.gov

On November 13, thunderstorm with lightning very likely at isolated olaces over Jammu-Kashmir, Ladakh, Gilgit-Baltistan & Muzaffarabad, Andaman & Nicober Islands, Coastal Andhra Pradesh & Yanam, Rayalaseema, South Interior Karnataka, Kerala & Mahe, Tamilnadu, Puducherry & Karaikal and Lakshadweep.

The minimum temperatures are likely to fall further in both northern plains and the hill states after the western disturbance passes.

Photo: Skymet Weather

According to Skymet Weather, this will be the first active western disturbance of the season, which is likely to bring widespread snowfall in the hills and set-in winter across north India.

After the western disturbance passes, minimum temperatures are likely to fall significantly as north-westerly winds will bring cold air from the western Himalayas to the plains, Hindustan Times cited comments from scientists.