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Weather Update: Cold wave grips North India; IMD Issues alert

According to the Meteorological Department, dense fog in some parts of the western parts of Uttar Pradesh is still troubling people.

Yogita S.

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Published on 22 Jan 2021 4:12 AM GMT

Weather Update: Cold wave grips North India; IMD Issues alert
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New Delhi: There are only a few days left for the next month. But still the cold cold in North India is not taking the name. Due to snowfall in the mountainous regions of North India, the temperature here has come down. The cold winds are blowing, due to which the feeling of cold remains.

Winter for many more days:

The Meteorological Department says that the cold will be like this for a few more days. According to IMD's forecast, the cold havoc is going to increase in Delhi in the next two days. Which will make the cold more irritating. According to Meteorological Department scientists, heavy snowfall and rain are also expected in the next few days in the northern hill states.

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Fog in Uttar Pradesh:

According to the Meteorological Department, dense fog in some parts of the western parts of Uttar Pradesh is still troubling people. There was a significant drop in temperature in Prayagraj division. Bahraich was the coldest city in 24 hours. The daytime wattage was recorded at 13.2 degrees Celsius. While Gorakhpur recorded a temperature of 17.6 degree Celsius.

A system of western disturbances is being reactivated. Due to this, there is a possibility of rain in the border state of Uttarakhand on January 23-24.

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Let us tell you, where everyone is upset with the cold winds and fog in UP, people in Delhi will feel even more cold for the next two days. The country's capital Delhi recorded a minimum temperature of 7.4 degrees Celsius on Thursday. According to the Meteorological Department, due to the new western disturbance, in the next two days, Delhi and its surrounding areas will feel more cold.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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