Holi festival will be celebrated in the country on 29 March. In such a situation, everyone wants to know the mood of the season on Holi. The forecast has been issued by the Meteorological Department before Holi.
Holi Par Mausam: On one side is the festival of colors Holi and on the other side people are worried about the rising havoc of Corona. Meanwhile, many people playing Holi are restless to know the condition of the weather on Holi. On Holi, the Meteorological Department has issued a warning of light to moderate rain.
According to the weather information, if we talk about the hill areas, according to the forecast here, the weather in many areas is clear. But on the other hand, high altitude mountain areas have issued an alert regarding rain and snowfall. The Meteorological Department said that on 27 and 28, the effect of rain and snowfall can be seen in districts like Uttarkashi, Chamoli, Pithoragarh. Apart from this, hail is likely to fall in Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jammu and Kashmir from 28 to 29 March. An alert has also been issued regarding Ladakh and Gilgit-Baltistan and Muzaffarabad.
Talking about the states of North India, Delhi NCR, Bihar, Jharkhand (Jharkhand), Uttar Pradesh (Uttar Pradesh) may receive hailstorm with heavy rains. This prediction has been made before Holi. In Delhi and adjoining areas of Delhi (NCR), cold winds will move in the morning and evening for the last few days. The temperature will remain low till Friday and the temperature may rise again from Saturday.
The Meteorological Department has expressed the hope that a western disturbance will be reactivated immediately after Holi. Due to which, in the beginning of the month of April, once again the temperature can be recorded. There is no chance of hot winds knocking in the temperature. Cold winds will also affect the plains.