Winter over, this February could be among the warmest: IMD (PC: Social Media)
New Delhi: Many states of the country are getting cold, so in many areas life is disturbed due to rain. People of North India are less likely to get relief from winter. According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), the northwest winds are blowing due to which the temperature may fall further by 2-4 degree Celsius in the coming days.
Cold waves continuing in Plains:
There has been a slight decrease in snowfall in the mountains, but the plains have been engulfed by the cold wave. Delhi has been witnessing a continuous drop in temperature for the past several days. So, due to the northeast monsoon in South India, there may be rain for 3-4 days in many states.
The condition of people in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh is worse due to the cold. The Meteorological Department has said that cold weather will continue till January 20. The Meteorological Department has said that cold wave will continue in many areas of Bihar by January 20. According to the Meteorological Department, the minimum temperature can remain between six to eight degrees and maximum temperatures of 16 to 18 degrees Celsius for the next five days.
The Meteorological Department has reported that the temperature in north India has fallen further due to the northwesterly winds moving from the western Himalayan regions to the plains. There is a continuous fall in the minimum temperature in Delhi. There is dense fog in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Bihar, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Assam and Tripura. The Meteorological Department has said that fog may occur in these areas for next 3-4 days.
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