Weather update – Plains News http://plainsnews.com/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 04:42:33 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://plainsnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/cropped-icon-32x32.png Weather update – Plains News http://plainsnews.com/ 32 32 Several areas see “poor” air quality, Mazgaon goes to “very poor” with an AQI of 317; temperature at 24.2°C https://plainsnews.com/several-areas-see-poor-air-quality-mazgaon-goes-to-very-poor-with-an-aqi-of-317-temperature-at-24-2c/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 04:31:51 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/several-areas-see-poor-air-quality-mazgaon-goes-to-very-poor-with-an-aqi-of-317-temperature-at-24-2c/ Mumbai Weather Update: Multiple Regions See ‘Poor’ Air Quality; Mazgaon upgrades to ‘very mediocre’ with an AQI of 317; temperature at 24.2°C | Representative picture

Mumbai woke up to a rather windy Wednesday on November 23. The air quality of different areas of the city and the metropolitan area hovered between the moderate and poor categories, with Mazgaon registering an AQI of 317 slipping into the “very poor” category.

The city’s overall AQI remained in the moderate category as it stood at 180, while the pollutant concentrations PM 2.5 and PM 10 were 98 and 162 respectively.

The city’s AQI remained in the moderate category at 161 yesterday.

The air quality index from 0 to 100 is considered good, from 100 to 200 is moderate, from 200 to 300 it is bad, and from 300 to 400 is very bad and from 400 to 500 or more it is considered severe.

Weather Mumbai

Days in the city have turned chilly due to blowing northerly winds, India’s meteorological department said. The meteorological agency had predicted a cold spell for parts of Maharashtra and later said that due to the formation of a new weather system in Tamil Nadu, temperatures could rise again.

The IMD predicted that the minimum temperature in the city will rise to around 20°C and the maximum to 32°C with mostly clear skies for the next 24 hours.

The current temperature in the city is 24.2°C and the humidity percentage has been recorded at 48%.

AQI of Different Areas of Mumbai

Mazgaon · 317 AQI · Very low

Andheri · 262 AQI · Poor

Bandra Kurla Complex 219 AQI Poor

Mulund 246 AQI Poor

Thane 149 AQI Moderate

AQI of other metropolitan cities

Air quality in Pune dropped amid the cold snap to poor with an AQI of 215.

Meanwhile, Chennai sees an AQI of 75. Hyderabad’s AQI was recorded at 163 while Kolkata moved to the mediocre category of moderate with an AQI of 201. India’s Silicon Valley, Bengaluru recorded an AQI of 113 and Ahmedabad saw an AQI of 169. Delhi’s AQI is ‘poor’ with the figure standing at 201 today.

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City’s AQI improves to ‘moderate’ at 173 from yesterday’s 211 https://plainsnews.com/citys-aqi-improves-to-moderate-at-173-from-yesterdays-211/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 04:40:39 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/citys-aqi-improves-to-moderate-at-173-from-yesterdays-211/

Mumbai’s air quality index (AQI) improved to a “moderate” 173 as of 10 a.m. Thursday, according to SAFAR. The report also states that the PM 2.5 and PM 10 concentrations in Mumbai are 90 and 182 respectively. The current concentration of PM2.5 in Mumbai is 6 times higher the recommended limit given by the WHO 24-hour air quality guideline value.

Air quality in the financial capital improved slightly on Wednesday. The city of Mumbai recorded its highest AQI of 211 at 11 a.m. Wednesday.

Air pollution levels in Mumbai surpassed those in Delhi on Tuesday. Mumbai’s AQI fell to 262 on Tuesday evening, which falls into the very poor category, compared to Delhi which recorded an AQI of 208.

The city has seen colder days and clear skies and it will remain the same for the next two days. According to the Indian meteorological department, the city will see clear skies for the next 48 hours, while the temperature is expected to hover between 35°C and 20°C, indicating that the days will be sweltering, but things may calm down on evening.

AQI of Different Areas of Mumbai

Colaba, Mumbai – MPCB Navy Nagar: 153 AQI Moderate

Worli, Mumbai – MPCB: 136 AQI Moderate

Sion, Bombay: 197 AQI Poor

Chakala-Andheri East- IITM Mumbai Suburb 180 AQI Moderate

Pimpleshwar Mandir, Thane – MPCB: 137 AQI Moderate

AQI of other metropolitan cities

The air quality in Pune is 149 while Chennai sees a moderate AQI of 158. Hyderabad’s AQI was recorded at 142 while Kolkata was 203. Indian Silicon Valley, Bengaluru recorded an AQI of 157 and Ahmedabad saw the AQI of 150. Meanwhile, Delhi’s AQI was “very poor” with a figure of 239 today.

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The city’s air quality fluctuates between “poor” and “moderate” https://plainsnews.com/the-citys-air-quality-fluctuates-between-poor-and-moderate/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 17:56:00 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/the-citys-air-quality-fluctuates-between-poor-and-moderate/ Mumbai Weather Update: City’s Air Quality Ranges From ‘Poor’ to ‘Moderate’ | Pixabay

The city’s air quality has fluctuated between the “poor” and “moderate” categories since the retreat of the monsoon. According to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR), the overall Air Quality Index (AQI) of Mumbai was recorded at 183 (moderate) on Monday while it had risen to 253 (weak ) sunday. However, even on Monday, regions like Andheri, Malad and Navi Mumbai remained in the “poor” category with AQIs of 211, 228 and 300, respectively.

After four months of good air days during the monsoon, the city experienced a drastic drop in air quality from “good” to “very poor” after the Diwali celebrations. Since then, the city’s air quality has fluctuated between the moderate and poor categories.

This fluctuation is mainly due to stagnant winds and increased dryness in the air, SAFAR explained.

Meanwhile, Delhi recorded consistent ‘very poor’ air quality with 254 AQIs. Other cities like Pune and Ahmedabad remained in the “moderate” category and recorded AQIs of 147 and 141, respectively.

India’s meteorological department forecast clear skies with maximum and minimum temperatures ranging between 35 and 22 degrees Celsius for the next two days.

On Monday, the Santacruz observatory recorded a minimum temperature of 21.2 degrees Celsius and a maximum of 34.8 degrees Celsius, with a relative humidity of 75%. Colaba experienced a minimum temperature of 23.8 degrees Celsius and a maximum of 33.8 degrees Celsius, with a relative humidity of 78%.

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Heavy rain and thunderstorms likely over part of… https://plainsnews.com/heavy-rain-and-thunderstorms-likely-over-part-of/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 01:15:51 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/heavy-rain-and-thunderstorms-likely-over-part-of/

New Delhi: The Indian Metrological Department (IMD) has predicted an intensification of rainfall activity over several southern Indian states from November 11-13. The meteorological department said there was a possibility of very heavy rain in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaikal, Coastal Andhra Pradesh, Yanam and Rayalaseema on November 11-12.

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The IMD has issued an orange alert for torrential rains in these states. The meteorological department said that during today, i.e. November 9-12, 45-55 km/h with gusts of 65 km/h in the southwest and central -west adjacent to the Bay of Bengal, Mannar Bay, Comorin region and neighboring Tamil Nadu. Gusts of wind are expected at hourly speed.

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast heavy to very heavy rains in remote parts of Tamil Nadu including Chennai from Thursday, November 10. Widespread and widespread light to moderate rain with isolated heavy rains and thunderstorms are very likely over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal from November 10 to 12, according to a press release issued on Tuesday.

Similar conditions will prevail along and off the Andhra Pradesh coast from 10-12 November. According to the Meteorological Department, from November 9 to 13, thunderstorms and lightning occurred in Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry and Karaikal. There is a chance of moderate to heavy rain. Similar conditions are likely over Rayalaseema and the Andhra Pradesh coast from 11-13 November, while heavy rains are likely over Kerala on 12-13 November.

Giving details, the Regional Meteorological Center’s Additional Director General of Meteorology, S. Balachandran, said a low pressure area has formed over the southwest of the Bay of Bengal and adjoining the equatorial Indian Ocean. and that this system is likely to bring heavy rain.

Also Read: – The low pressure area over the North Andaman Sea has intensified into a depression, likely to intensify into a cyclonic storm by October 24

This system formed under the influence of the cyclonic circulation over the southwestern Bay of Bengal, and is expected to become heavier over the next 48 hours and move northwestward towards the coasts of Tamil Nadu. and Pondicherry.

IMD predicted light to moderate rain on Friday with isolated thunderstorms and lightning likely to occur in Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry and Karaikkal regions.

Heavy rains are likely to occur over Krishnagiri, Dharmapuri, Tirupattur, Vellore, Ranipet, Tiruvallur, Chennai, Kancheepuram, Chengalpattu, Tiruvannamalai, Villupuram, Cuddalore, Kallakurichi and Myladuthurai districts.

Isolated heavy rains were forecast for many districts on Sunday with thunderstorms and lightning.

Also Read:- IMD: The South West Monsoon will retreat from several parts of North West and Central India over the next 3-4 days. See the full weather forecast

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The city’s ‘moderate’ AQI stands at 134 https://plainsnews.com/the-citys-moderate-aqi-stands-at-134/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 04:45:08 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/the-citys-moderate-aqi-stands-at-134/

Mumbai’s October heat appears to have partly spared the city, with evenings cooler than usual. According to Accuweather, 4th November City will be warm during the day with temperatures reaching 36°C, however, evenings and nights will be colder as the temperature is expected to drop to 21°C.

The city’s air quality, however, remained in the moderate category as the city reported an AQI of 134. Health effects can be felt immediately by sensitive groups, the Accuweather advisory said.

AQI of Different Areas of Mumbai

After Diwali, the city’s AQI improved slightly. Here are the AQI levels from different observatories across the city.

A) Colaba, Mumbai (Navy Nagar): 132 AQI, moderate

B) Mazgaon, Mumbai (shipyard): 223 AQI, poor

C) Siddharth Nagar-Worli: 152 AQI, moderate

D) Sion, Mumbai: 160 AQI, moderate

E) Pimpleshwar Mandir, Thane: 145 AQI, moderate

AQI of other metropolitan cities

The air quality in Pune is 130 while Chennai experiences an excellent AQI of 19. Hyderabad’s AQI was recorded at 151 while Kolkata stood at 266. Indian Silicon Valley, Bengaluru recorded an AQI of 15. Meanwhile, Delhi’s AQI remained “very low” with the figure standing at 372 today.

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IND vs PAK weather update: Signs of relief from rain god at Melbourne cricket ground https://plainsnews.com/ind-vs-pak-weather-update-signs-of-relief-from-rain-god-at-melbourne-cricket-ground/ Sun, 23 Oct 2022 05:40:40 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/ind-vs-pak-weather-update-signs-of-relief-from-rain-god-at-melbourne-cricket-ground/ Devendra Pandey, our reporter from Melbourne notes: There have been signs of relief with reports predicting it will be a cloudy evening ahead of the match between India and Pakistan at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

There has been a rain scare for the past few days and many fans have been praying for the weather gods to take a Sunday off. The stadium is expected to sell out and all tickets have been sold out for the clash in the T20 World Cup marquee.

The captain speaks

India are set to face Pakistan in their first game of the T20 World Cup 2022 at a sold-out Melbourne cricket ground on Saturday. But the talk around the game in recent days has focused on the weather and how Melbourne’s climate could play spoilsport.

Over the past few days, weather forecasts had indicated that rain would most likely affect the game, with over 90% chance of precipitation in the city. India and Pakistan’s preparations ahead of this game were also hampered by rain with Pakistan’s warm-up match halfway through, while India were unable to face or throw a ball in their warm-up against New Zealand.

On the eve of the game however, a few things changed. First, weather forecasts have improved dramatically. After a period of rain in the late evening, there was no more precipitation in the morning. And second, the chance of rain has been reduced to 70% and that too is a weak spell. But this period of 2-5.5mm rain is most likely to hit the city in the late afternoon and evening when the game is due to take place.

Captain Rohit Sharma said India had faced such conditions before and had the experience to adapt to a shorter game, should rain come into the equation.

“Fortunately we played a game in India against Australia which was an eight-man game. come here very well prepared and think it will be a 40+ game,” Sharma said at the pre-match press conference.

In that shortened eight-man game against Australia, India had chased a 91 goal, with four balls to spare. This match was held in Nagpur on September 23.

Pakistan captain Babar Azam had a message among similar lines when he said the weather was not in their hands but their attempt would be to make the best of the situation.

“As players, we would like to play and play a full game. A lot of people are waiting for this match. We want it to be a 40 win game, but whatever happens we are prepared for it,” Azam said in the pre-match press conference.

Babar had a hilarious answer to a question about rain. “Are all the players chanting ‘Rain, rain go away?’ a journalist had asked Babar Azam.

“‘Hum baccho ko lori nahi suna rahe hain,” Babar said with a smile. “We have no control over the weather. But I want the game to happen. We will give our 100 per cent whatever the situation.

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Conditions are favorable for a further retreat of the southwest monsoon from across the country over the next 48 hours. https://plainsnews.com/conditions-are-favorable-for-a-further-retreat-of-the-southwest-monsoon-from-across-the-country-over-the-next-48-hours/ Fri, 21 Oct 2022 21:24:22 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/conditions-are-favorable-for-a-further-retreat-of-the-southwest-monsoon-from-across-the-country-over-the-next-48-hours/

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New Delhi: The southwest monsoon is expected to withdraw from all parts of India over the next couple of days. According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), conditions are favorable for further retreat of the southwest monsoon from the whole country in the next 24 to 48 hours.
On Friday, the monsoon further withdrew from some other parts of Vidarbha, the remaining parts of Chhattisgarh, Odisha and the northern Bay of Bengal and parts of Telangana, the Andhra Pradesh coast and the central Bay of Bengal.
Meanwhile, an area of ​​low pressure is likely over the northern Andaman Sea and adjacent areas of the southern Andaman Sea and southeastern Bay of Bengal. It is expected to gradually intensify into a cyclonic storm over the central west and adjacent central east Bay of Bengal by October 24.

The IMD said: “The area of ​​low pressure over the northern Andaman Sea and adjacent areas of the southern Andaman Sea and southeastern Bay of Bengal persists. It is very likely that ‘It moves west-northwestward and concentrates in a depression over the southeast and adjacent central east. October 22.’

It will then move northwestward and further intensify into a deep low over the east-central and adjacent southeast Bay of Bengal on October 23rd. of Bengal by October 24. Thereafter, it is likely to move north-northeast and reach the coasts of West Bengal and Bangladesh on October 25, skirting the coast of Odisha,” the MeT department said.

The IMD has predicted rainfall over several southern states including Tamil Nadu. The meteorological agency said: “Fairly widespread/widespread light/moderate rainfall with isolated heavy falls and thunderstorms/lightning most likely over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry & Karaikal and Kerala & Mahe from 21-23 October 2022. Very heavy isolated rains also very likely over Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry and Karaikal on October 21, 2022.”

Isolated heavy showers are also expected over several eastern states. “Scattered/fairly widespread rain with isolated heavy falls and thunderstorms/lightning most likely over Odisha on 23-25th and Gangetic West Bengal from 24-26 October 2022. Isolated very heavy rain also most likely over Odisha on 24th and Gangetic West Bengal on October 25, 2022,” IMD said in a press release.

Northeastern states are also likely to receive heavy falls through October 26. The MeT department said: “Fairly widespread/widespread light/moderate rain with isolated heavy falls and thunderstorms/lightning most likely over Assam and Meghalaya and Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura for 24-26 and Arunachal Pradesh on October 25, 2022.”

Meanwhile, isolated very heavy rains are also highly likely over Assam and Meghalaya and Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura on October 25-26. Widespread light to moderate rain with isolated heavy falls is expected over the Andaman and Nicobar Islands through Sunday.

The western Himalayan region is expected to receive light rain or snowfall through Saturday. Dry weather is very likely to prevail over most parts of North West and Central India.

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Heyka’s Highs and Lows: October 12 Montana Weather Update | Weather ABC Fox https://plainsnews.com/heykas-highs-and-lows-october-12-montana-weather-update-weather-abc-fox/ Wed, 12 Oct 2022 22:50:00 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/heykas-highs-and-lows-october-12-montana-weather-update-weather-abc-fox/

Temperatures across Montana warmed into the upper 50s and 60s in the center and east into the 70s in the Missoula area!

Winds were strong to the east, with sustained winds in the low 30s and gusting up to 52mph in Jordan.

A wind advisory until 9 p.m. for Fort Peck Lake with a strong wind warning for eastern Montana until 7 p.m.

A fire weather warning for the same area as the fire danger is extreme with strong winds and very dry air.

A strong northwesterly flow is keeping the wind machine in eastern Montana.

Western Montana is closer to the high pressure on the West Coast.

It is the hottest part of the state.

Clear, cool skies tonight with sunny, mild skies in the east tomorrow and warm skies in the west.

A weak storm system will leave Canada late Friday and early Saturday, bringing a few showers to the central and eastern regions and snow to the Absaroka and Beartooth Mountains.

Slightly cooler but still mild this weekend, then back to warm weather next week.

Lows tonight in the 30s to under 40s.

Highs tomorrow in the east-central upper 50s, most of the states in the 60s, and in the west-central lower 70s.

The highs will cool down to the 50s and 60s this weekend, then return to the 60s and 70s next week.

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Weather Update: Light rain likely in Delhi; heavy downpour in Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh https://plainsnews.com/weather-update-light-rain-likely-in-delhi-heavy-downpour-in-punjab-haryana-chandigarh/ Tue, 11 Oct 2022 05:11:38 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/weather-update-light-rain-likely-in-delhi-heavy-downpour-in-punjab-haryana-chandigarh/

Image source: AP Weather Update: Light rain likely in Delhi

Strong points

  • Cloudy skies with light rain are expected later in the day in Delhi
  • The immediate maximum temperature is expected to be around 24 degrees Celsius
  • From 8:30 a.m. on Monday to 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, the city received 7 mm of precipitation

Weather replace: Delhi residents woke up Tuesday morning as the minimum temperature stood at 20.5 degrees Celsius in the nation’s capital.

According to the climate division, cloudy skies with light rain are forecast for later in the day.

The MeT Office said the immediate maximum temperature is expected to be around 24 degrees Celsius.

The metropolis recorded 100% relative humidity as of 8:30 a.m., according to knowledge shared by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD).

Monday’s minimum temperature was recorded at 19.2 degrees Celsius, two notches below normal for the season.

The rains sent the mercury plummeting in Delhi on Monday, with the maximum temperature standing at 23.6 degrees Celsius, 10 notches below normal.

From 8:30 a.m. Monday to 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, the city received 7mm of precipitation.

The rainfall recorded so far this month is about 4 times the conventional rainfall of 28mm and 3 times the rainfall (41.6mm) recorded in August, which is the wettest month of the monsoon season.

Wednesday’s minimum and maximum temperature readings are expected to come in at 19 degrees Celsius and 25 degrees Celsius respectively, based on forecasts from the IMD.

Delhi’s air quality index (AQI) registered in the “good” class (46) around 9 a.m., the CPCB news confirmed.

An AQI between zero and 50 is considered good, 51 and 100 fair, 101 and 200 reasonable, 201 and 300 bad, 301 and 400 very bad, and 401 and 500 extreme.

Rains hit Haryana, Punjab

Rains hit parts of Haryana and Punjab on Tuesday causing the temperature to plummet.

A sharp bout of rain hit Chandigarh and its neighboring towns of Mohali in Punjab and Panchkula in Haryana. Some different parts of the two states have also acquired showers.

Earlier on Monday, the rains had hit only a few places in Haryana.

Moderate to heavy rains hit a number of components of Haryana and a few components of Punjab intermittently over the previous fortnight.

These episodes of rain have led to a supply crisis for certain greens, thus pushing up their prices, according to traders.

Lucknow faculties and major academic institutions closed

Meanwhile, with heavy rain hitting a number of components of Uttar Pradesh, the Lucknow district administration declared a holiday for all faculties and top academic institutions on Tuesday.

A press release issued by Lucknow District Magistrate Suryapal Gangwar said faculties will remain closed on Tuesday.

Citing an order from authorities, the DM said all major academic institutions will remain closed even on Tuesday.

Earlier on Sunday, authorities in Lucknow, Noida, Ghaziabad, Agra, Meerut, Aligarh, Mathura, Kanpur, Etah, Mainpuri and Firozabad districts had ordered colleges closed on Monday.

Several components of Uttar Pradesh continued to receive heavy rains on Monday.

(With PTI entries)

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Delhi weather update: Heavy rain hits nation’s capital; more showers expected this weekend https://plainsnews.com/delhi-weather-update-heavy-rain-hits-nations-capital-more-showers-expected-this-weekend/ Fri, 07 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://plainsnews.com/delhi-weather-update-heavy-rain-hits-nations-capital-more-showers-expected-this-weekend/
Image source: PTI/REPRESENTATIVE New Delhi: A man uses an umbrella to protect himself from the rain

Strong points

  • The temperature on Saturday and Sunday is expected to stabilize around 28 degrees Celsius
  • Delhi could see light showers even on Monday, IMD said
  • Widespread rain is also likely in many other states, IMD said.

Delhi weather update: The nation’s capital witnessed heavy rain overnight Friday and Saturday. On Friday, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted that the nation’s capital would experience similar spells of rain throughout the weekend.

The temperature on Saturday and Sunday is expected to be around 28 degrees Celsius.

IMD said moderate rain is also likely through the weekend and Monday could see light showers.

“Isolated/scattered heavy falls and thunderstorms/lightning are highly likely over Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh 7-11; Haryana 8-9; eastern Rajasthan 7-9 and western Madhya Pradesh 07-10; Eastern Madhya Pradesh 07 & 11 Oct 2022,” IMD tweeted.

“Isolated very heavy rains are very likely over Uttarakhand and western Uttar Pradesh from 07-09; eastern Uttar Pradesh on 07 October 2022,” he added.

“Isolated heavy falls and very likely thunderstorms/lightning over Gujarat region 7-10; Madhya Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh coast and Yanam 7-9; Marathwada 7-9; Konkan & Goa and Telangana 07; Rayalaseema & Tamil Nadu, Puducherry & Karaikal 07-11; North Interior Karnataka 07-09-10; South Interior Karnataka 09-11; Kerala 09-10 October 2022,” IMD added.

According to the IMD, fairly widespread/widespread light/moderate rains with isolated heavy falls very likely over the Andaman and Nicobar Islands on the 07th: West Bengal, Sub-Himalayan and Sikkim on the 8th and 9th; Odisha on 9 and 10; Bihar on October 11, 2022.

Fairly widespread/widespread light/moderate rains with isolated heavy falls and thunderstorms/lightning very likely over Arunachal Pradesh and Assam and Meghalaya from 7-11 and over Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura on October 10 and 11, 2022, IMD added.

(With ANI entries)

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