Icy Wave returns to North India; IMD forecasts severe cold for next 3 days
In such a situation, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast severe cold in many parts of North India for the next 3 days.
New Delhi: The havoc of cold which started from early January will continue even further. Temperatures in most parts of North India have come down and icy winds have increased the chill many times. In such a situation, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast severe cold in many parts of North India for the next 3 days.
Cold wave and snowfall:
According to the department, due to the north and northwest winds, the minimum temperature in most parts of North India can fall below 2 to 4 degree Celsius in the next 3 days.
According to the Indian Meteorological Department, Delhi, Northwest Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Chandigarh have forecast cold weather for the next 3 days. Also, there will be strong cold wave in these parts. Due to which the chill will also increase here.
Yellow Alert in Rajasthan:
In such a situation, the Meteorological Department has also issued yellow alerts for cold wave in many areas of Rajasthan. People have been asked to avoid the cold. Whereas in most parts of Kashmir, people have got some relief from the cold after the minimum temperature rise.
Whereas on Monday, Lakshadweep, Andaman-Nicobar Islands, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Kerala, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, West Bengal and Sikkim received thunderstorms. At the same time, the minimum temperature in Delhi was recorded at seven degrees Celsius and it is likely to fall further.
Let me tell you, Punjab and Haryana are also facing severe cold. Apart from this, the weather remains dry in Uttar Pradesh and many places in Himachal Pradesh recorded below zero.
Due to the falling temperature, cold wave continues in Rajasthan and in the last 24 hours, the minimum temperature has dropped by up to four degrees Celsius. Due to which the meteorological department has issued yellow alerts for many areas in the next 24 hours.