Active western disturbance expected to impact Northwest India until May 26: IMD

NEW DELHI: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a statement on Wednesday, alerting that an active Western Disturbance is set to affect Northwest India until May 26, reaching its peak intensity on May 24 and 25. The region can expect a continuous spell of wet weather due to the influence of the Western Disturbance,

North and Central India to experience relief from scorching heat as rainfall expected

In a much-needed respite from the scorching heat, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted wet spells over northwest India from May 23 to May 25 due to the influence of an active Western Disturbance. According to IMD officials, pockets of Himachal Pradesh may experience hailstorms on May 23, while Bihar, West Bengal, and Sikkim

Brace for Mocha: Coast Guard on high alert

India gears up for Mocha storm as NDRF deploys 8 teams, fishermen asked not to venture out

We are experiencing climate variability, not change: IMD

IMD official explains that climate change is a long period pattern

Weather Update: IMD predicts ‘Mocha’ to intensify

Weather department issues warning of heavy rainfall and rough sea conditions over Bay of Bengal

IMD predicts more rain from May 6

NEW DELHI: With rain, thunderstorms and hailstorms lashing out in several parts of the country, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicts more rain in the coming days. “A fresh spell of light to moderate rainfall is likely over northwest India on May 6 and May 7,” observes IMD. “Heavy to very heavy rainfall spells over

Delhi records coldest May in 41 years

Experts say western disturbances are behind such rainfall

Beware! Heatwaves coming to freak you out

While northwest India will experience heatwave conditions in next 4-5 days, IMD issues warnings for them in east peninsular coast, east India

It’s getting hotter: Hottest February recorded in 122 years

After a scorching February, get ready for heatwaves, observes IMD

Delhi Rejoice, Heatwaves Ebbing

NEW DELHI: With western disturbance approaching northern parts of India, heatwave conditions in Delhi and the neighbouring states are likely to reduce significantly in intensity from Monday onwards. Along with Delhi, people in Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and north Rajasthan can also expect persistent cloudy weather. RK Jenamani, senior scientist, India Meteorological Department told The New