Main Concentration on the North:
D-1 is moving across the Pakistan Sindh region and Northern areas. Most of the Balochistan and Sindh region are cloudy, with the trough bringing in moisture from the SW. No substantial rain reports are in yet.
D-1 will normally move NE now, and on Friday, bring rain/snow to Northern Pakistan, moderate rains to Upper Sindh and Pak Punjab. Cloudy weather for rest of Sindh and Karachi on Friday, with the city seeing rise in night temperatures.
D-1 will effect the Indian regions from Saturday. Initially with rain/snow in Kashmir and HP. Saturday/Sunday will be cloudy, with light rain in Punjab and parts of Haryana.
Delhi NCR will be partly cloudy on Saturday and Sunday, with rise in night temperatures to 10c/11c. NCR starts clearing from Sunday evening. Night temperatures will drop from Monday morning.
We cannot expect extreme cold yet, as back to back we may have D-2 coming.
D-1 has no effect in Nepal.
Another WD, D-2, which will arrive in Balochistan on the 12th, will be stronger, and should have its effect in precipitation from Karachi to Northern regions of Pakistan. Moving into India from the 13th/14th, will have good effect in Punjab, Haryana and Delhi NCR.
Currently, Western coast off shore trough, is pushing in some high clouding into Mah, which on inter acting with a warm front, is likely to bring light rains to Madhya Mah (Pune) and some pockets in N.Konkan and adjoining Gujarat coast and parts of Saurashtra. Clouds will clear off by Sunday.
Nagpur and adjoining Vid gets cloudy on Monday 10th with moderate rains. Rains move NE into Chattisgarh and into Kolkata by Monday evening or by Tuesday 11th. Kolkata can get some rains on Monday evening or Tuesday.
Mumbai City: Cloudy with high clouds and warm and stuffy till Saturday night. Clouds clear by Sunday, and day temperatures leave the mid 30s range and return to 30/31c level from Sunday. Night temperatures drop from Sunday night.
Currently at 22/23c, will be back to 19/21c by Monday morning.
Pune sees cloudy weather till Sunday, and fall in night temperatures by 6c, from the current 18c levels by Monday morning. Crisp cold mornings next week.
Detailed publications will not be put up till Monday evening, as author is travelling. Brief informations will be posted.