A train of energetic or rigorous western disturbances traveling to North-West India and transferring to the East have precipitated large amounts of surplus rainfall for the state as a complete during the first eleven days of the pre-monsoon year (March 1 to eleven).
Intercontinental styles propose that yet another wave of rain, snow, hail and thunderstorms could enter the North-West as a result of the common Iran-Afghanistan-Pakistan route in the following 5 to seven days.
Popular rainfall, snow
The India Meteorological Office (IMD) claimed that the most up-to-date rigorous disturbance has now caused pretty common to common rainfall/snowfall activity more than the hills of North-West India (Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand) during the first half of the earlier 7 days (March 5 to eleven).
Pretty common to common rainfall/thunderstorm has been documented from the adjoining plains (Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and West Uttar Pradesh) during this interval.