Cold wave conditions over North India; Air quality also worsens in UP (pc: social media)
New Delhi: The winter season in North India is constantly increasing. The day starts with a fog and then the rest of the cold throughout the day. All the states of Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand have got some relief from the continuous snowfall.
But the cold shivering cold still persists. People are facing intense heat and heat. This terrible cold has forced people not to leave their homes.
Temperature to fall in next few days:
In such a situation, in many areas including the capital, Delhi, the temperature is expected to fall for a few days. The next two days are expected to be frost in parts of Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan. Due to which Orange alert of cold wave has been issued in Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Delhi, UP and Madhya Pradesh for next 4-5 days. Meanwhile, dense fog has also been predicted.
Heavy Rain in South India:
There is also a possibility of heavy rains in some parts of South India along with the epicenter cold. While the minimum temperature was recorded around 6 degrees in Delhi this morning. Fresh snowfall in Poonch area of Kashmir has once again added to the difficulties.
Here thick sheets of snow are lying on the road, the work of removing them is going on. In such a situation, many areas have been completely closed due to snow.
The cold weather in north India is wreaking havoc. It seems that as much as people try to run away from the cold, the cold is coming closer and faster. The meteorological department has issued a 3-day orange alert for the northern plains including Delhi. In this case, mercury is said to go up to 3 degrees.
According to the meteorological department’s chances, fog will occur every morning in the entire UP for the next 4 to 5 days. In such a situation, fog sheet will be seen from western UP to eastern UP. Also, the day temperature will also increase.
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