A persistent and rather strong westerly flow in the upper atmosphere continues from the Middle East all the way into the western and central Himalayan region. This is the channel for a progression of numerous weak upper-level disturbances moving across extreme northern India. There have been a few waves of mainly high cloudiness recently, and it looks like that will remain the case over the course of the next several days or more. It still appears that the potential for any rain and/or snow showers will remain in the higher elevations to our north and east, but I won't be too shocked if there is a stray rain shower somewhere around the area with one of these disturbances.
Sunshine will make appearances between periods of high clouds as well, but it won't be as dominant and unlimited as it was back during the latter half of November. Temperatures will continue to fluctuate a bit, but the general trend will be toward a cooler scenario -- perhaps averaging out slightly below normal for the first half of December during the coming week or so.
Still no evidence of any significant winter storm system taking shape in the near future.