see ** marked below
N-2 precipitation enters Western Pakistan's Balochistan region from Wednesday, 21st. Precipitation can be expected from Wednesday thru Thursday in Balochistan, Northern Punjab and Extreme North Pakistan mountains. Punjab(Pakistan) will be cloudy.
Winter nights will commence in Sindh from Wednesday 21st and for next 2/3 nights, will see the temperatures drop by 2/3 c.
The lowest in plains on Tuesday 20th was Sibbi at 2.5c, and Quetta AP was -1.5c. Islamabad was 25c today(Tuesday)in the day.
Karachi can expect around 15c and Hyderabad 12/13c next 2 nights. Initially, Islamabad will see rain on Wednesday, and a drop in night temperatures subsequently.
As N-2 moves into India, it encounters the ridge, and may weaken. Thus, what can be expected is rain and snow in Kashmir, HP on Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd. Snow could be expected in the Hills of Kashmir, and upper reaches of HP.
Delhi NCR will be see high clouds and cool NW winds from Thursday 22nd. Drop in temperatures by 2/3c from Thursday 22nd night.
Similar weather estimate for Chandigarh. Nights getting cold after Thursday in Rajasthan, Punjab and delhi NCR.
In the South, the current Low in the Bay prevails in the vicinity and is "aimless' and without direction.Will become an UAC tomorrow.
**The Easterly wave trough will soon consume the moisture from the UAC. On strengthening, the easterly trough will move Westwards as is the normal with such easterly waves.
Precipitation along TN coast and interior TN from Thursday. Heavier along coast.
Mumbai Colaba and Scruz were 33c on Tuesday. Wednesday will however be around 31c, with N/NW winds. Night on Tuesday will be milder, with Wednesday morning seeing 18c in Scruz and 22c in Colaba.
A drop in nights expected from Friday (morning temps).
Pune will be getting East winds next 2 days. Hence a rise in the night temperature from the pleasant 8.6c..maybe to around 11c. Days will be around 29c.
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