Aaj ka Mausam / Weather Today, 9 November: Due to snowfall on hilly areas, cold is increasing in North India. The temperature of the northern states of India including Delhi, Bihar is declining every day. At the same time, pollution in the capital Delhi still remains a matter of concern. Here, due to the low pressure area formed in the Bay of Bengal, it is raining continuously in the southern states. Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, has been receiving torrential rains since Saturday, causing a flood-like situation there. There is a possibility of rain in Tamil Nadu till November 11, due to which the situation there may worsen.
Delhi’s temperature drops
The weather has once again taken a turn in the country’s capital Delhi. On Sunday and Monday, Delhi recorded a decrease of one degree Celsius in the minimum temperature. According to the Meteorological Department, the mercury is likely to fall further in the coming week, due to which the cold will increase in the capital. With the advent of winter, the days are getting shorter and the nights longer in Delhi.
Noida’s overall air quality continues to remain ‘severe’ with Air Quality Index (AQI) standing at 575: System of Air Quality & Weather Forecasting & Research (SAFAR) pic.twitter.com/ETsjID5jkE
— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) November 8, 2021
At the same time, there is no reduction in pollution in Delhi since Diwali and the situation is bad. Firecrackers burst in the capital on Diwali, after which the level of pollution has increased further. The Air Quality Index (AQI) of Noida at present is 575, which falls in the severe category. The Meteorological Department has predicted rain in Delhi next week. If it rains, with the increase of cold in Delhi, there will be a reduction in haze and dust, due to which the weather will be clear.
Weather in India during the next 24 hours
Weather information organization Skymet Weather said that a cyclonic circulation is persisting in Southeast Bay of Bengal and adjoining South Andaman Sea. Under its influence, a low pressure area is expected to form over southeast Bay of Bengal by tomorrow, November 9. It will further intensify further towards Tamil Nadu due to which there is a possibility of rain in the region. During the next 24 hours, light to moderate rain with isolated heavy falls very likely over Tamil Nadu, parts of Rayalaseema, Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Andaman & Nicobar Islands. At the same time, light to moderate rain may occur over South Interior Karnataka, Coastal Karnataka, Kerala and Lakshadweep on November 9.
Scattered light to moderate rain may occur over South interior #Karnataka, #Kerala, and #Lakshadweep. Light rain is possible over coastal Karnataka. #Airpollution over #Delhi and NCR will remain in poor to very poor category.https://t.co/f7TLAS98tm
— SkymetWeather (@SkymetWeather) November 8, 2021
Rain caused floods in Chennai
The process of rain which started in Tamil Nadu’s capital Chennai from Saturday is continuing. According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, people are not going to get relief from the rain at the moment. Experts say that a low pressure area is forming over the Bay of Bengal, due to which there is a possibility of heavy rains till November 11. In view of the threat of rain, the Indian Meteorological Department has issued a red alert in Chennai. Due to incessant rains, there has been a water-logging situation in the areas of Chennai. All schools and colleges have been closed. In view of the threat of rain in Tamil Nadu in the coming days, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has assured Chief Minister MK Stalin of all possible help.