Weather forecast for February 13: Delhi to see cloudy weather, heavy rains in offing
New Delhi, Feb 12: Here is the weather forecast for Bengaluru, Delhi, Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Mumbai on February 13.
In the last 24 hours, the garden city Bengaluru witnessed sunny weather on February 12. All these weather activities have mainly occurred, due to the presence of a feeble cyclonic circulation seen over Konkan & Goa coast. Also, another trough from Comorin area to Southeast Arabian Sea is also persisting. As per Google weather, during the next 24 hours, pleasant weather conditions with sunny sky are being observed over the IT hub of our country.
In wake of Delhi rains and hailstorm activity, the Air Quality Index (AQI) over Delhi-NCR was under 'moderate to satisfactory' category since the last few days. As per Skymet weather, February 14 onwards, in wake of the Western Disturbance and its induced cyclonic circulation, rains are likely to commence over parts of Northwest India including the capital city Delhi. However, on Feb 13, in wake of Western Disturbances which will be approaching in quick successions, sky conditions will become partly cloudy. However, bright sunshine will persist during day hours. Also, Air pollution in Delhi NCR would continue to settle between poor to very poor category.
Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand:
All the three hilly states of Jammu-Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand have been witnessing last long spell from January to 23, As predicted by Skymet weather, scattered light to moderate rain and snow is expected over Jammu and Kashmir and over isolated parts of Himachal Pradesh. Also, Isolated rains and thundershowers are likely over Uttarakhand and foothills of Punjab and Haryana.
Mumbai's weather is confusing its residents. By looking at the city's current temperature pattern, it seems like the minimums and maximums are riding a roller coaster ride. According to Skymet Weather, Mumbai will continue with similar trend in the coming days. Day maximums will remain above normal by 4℃, while minimums will settle near normal mark, around 18℃ for the next two days. Thereafter, winds will once again start blowing from north direction thereby leading to a drop of 2℃ to 3℃ in maximums, while 2℃ to 4℃ in minimums.