Submit :
News                      Photos                     Just In                     Debate Topic                     Latest News                    Articles                    Local News                    Blog Posts                     Pictures                    Reviews                    Recipes                    
Extended winters to show impact in March also
The temperature in March normally becomes moderate with winters brining down its impact. But this time due to uncertain rains in February the temperature is expected to be little below the normal.

If reports are to be believed rains will continue for the next 4-5 days at the start of March which will result in the fall of temperature.

It has been reported by the Skymet Weather, that the day temperature is going to remain below normal due to clouds at many places. It is expected to remain in the same range till the first week of March as another Western Disturbance and related cyclonic circulation is expected to affect the weather during this period.

When spoke to Mahesh Palwat, meteorologist at Skymet Weather, to know how will be the weather in the month of March.

He said, "Till now its the coldest February since very long time. From March, the weather gets less colder but this time there are indications that temperature is going to be lower for the first few days in March but it will later it will become nornal. The rain is expected after every 3-4 days, which will keep the temperature little colder."

Mahesh Palwat added, "Due to the Western Disturbance low pressure will create which will result in rains in many parts of J&K , and many parts of Delhi, Haryana and UP due to which the temperature is expected to be lower for first days of March."

All who are waiting for the winters to end so that they can enjoy the bright sunshine in March, they have to wait a little longer to rejoice it, as the rains are set to play as mood spoiler this time.

Email Id
Verification Code
Email me on reply to my comment
Email me when other CJs comment on this article
Sign in to set your preference
merinews for RTI activists

Not finding what you are looking for? Search here.