New Delhi (NVI): Rain and thunderstorm activities are likely to increase in the Northern plains of India in the next 24 hours, according to Met department.
The national capital and its adjoining areas received moderate to light rainfall last evening. Apart from this, few states in the south, as well as Northeast India, also received good rainfall.
According to the weather forecast, a Western Disturbance is lying over Jammu and Kashmir and its adjacent areas. Also, an anti-cyclone effect can be seen over the west-central Bay of Bengal, off Andhra Pradesh coast.
While several parts of Rajasthan and Gujarat will also get good rainfall in the next 24 hours, many places in Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, and North Madhya Pradesh will also receive showers.
Apart from that, parts of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh may also receive rainfall in the next 24 hours. Northeast states will continue getting light showers.
Meanwhile, in Delhi, the minimum temperature today was recorded at 17 degrees Celsius. Weather in Delhi will remain cool and pleasant.
However, the maximum and minimum temperatures are expected to rise over the next few days, according to IMD.