Cold Wave to continuously hit many States; Delhi may see light rainfall
According to the Meteorological Department, cold wave will continue in the country for the next twenty-four hours and there will be dense fog shade.
New Delhi: Due to the minimum temperature in the last twenty four hours in most parts of India, many states are in the grip of cold, especially due to the cold wave in Rajasthan, many districts here still have a cold winter. According to the Meteorological Department, cold wave will continue in the country for the next twenty-four hours and there will be dense fog shade. It is freezing in some areas.
A thick fog enveloped the eastern Uttar Pradesh of the country. At the same time, fog has been spread in Punjab, Chandigarh, Delhi, North-Western Rajasthan, North-West Madhya Pradesh, West Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Assam and Meghalaya.
Yesterday i.e. on 17 January, visibility reached 25 meters due to dense fog in Varanasi. Amritsar, Dehradun, Gaya, Bahraich visibility was 50 meters. So Chandigarh, Bareilly, Lucknow, Tezpur 200 meters and Ganganagar, Ambala, Patiala, Delhi-Palam, Gwalior, Bhagalpur visibility was up to 500 meters.
Visibility dropped to zero in Delhi:
On Delhi-NCR, the shade was bright, visibility remained zero. Earlier on Sunday morning, Delhi-NCR was surrounded by dense fog. It was difficult to appear on the streets till ten o'clock. Visibility dropped to zero in many areas of Delhi. Air and rail services were affected due to this.
About 24 flights from the airport were delayed. At the same time, 18-20 trains arrived late at different railway stations in Delhi. On the other hand, relief has not been provided to the people of many areas of the country who have been facing the harsh winter for the past few days. According to meteorology, there will be no relief from cold. The minimum temperature was recorded above 6 ° C for the second consecutive day.
According to the Meteorological Department in Rajasthan, cold wave and dense fog are expected to occur in the next twenty-four hours in Hanumangarh, Sikar, Churu and Jhunjhunu districts, including Jaipur.