Due to this, the days remained much below normal in the UP plains, and Bihar. Purnea in Bihar saw a high of 14.8 c on Friday.
Lucknow saw high of 17c and Bareilly 15c.
The cold wave spread to the east from Sindh as explained earlier. Mount Abu was 2c and Amritsar was 2.4 c on Saturday morning.
Sibbi in Balochistan was at 1.5c.
Fog is likely to spread and cover Delhi NCR from Sunday evening. expected forecast for fog in Delhi was put up last week itself in Vagaries.
The NW winds in Delhi will slow down from Sunday, and due to fog, the day will drop by 2c to around 20c on Sunday and Monday.
Due to the weak approaching WD, the low in Delhi may rise by 3/4c from Monday. But the effect of the system will be restricted to Kashmir region only.
Next WD , D-5, is expected over Northern Pakistan around 27th...this system can bring rains in both Punjabs and cloudy weather in Haryana.
A ridge formed along the Konkani coast will keep the Konkan day temperatures around 34c till Monday.
Mumbai will be warm on Saturday and Sunday with the day around 33/34c, and NE winds till afternoon. Sea winds, Westerly, will commence by evening.
Monday will see a slight fall in day temperature to 31/32c, and by Tuesday, East winds will dominate to bring the day again to 33/34c in Mumbai City.
Afetr Wednesday the winds remain SE.
Pune continues with SE winds, and the days remain around 31c next few days. Night lows will be around 11c next few days.
Surat sees a fall of 2/3 c in the day temperatures from Monday. Vagaries maintains the forecast put up earlier.Winds turn NE from the week end SE fro Monday.
Kolkata sees a further fall in night temperatures to around 11c next two nights.North winds will dominate and keep the day cold at 24c.
Easterly wave predicted is on schedule for Southern India, with the Southern tip of the peninsula getting rains. Heavy rains for Sri Lanka.