Delhi Weather: IMD Gave Alert of Severe Cold
Delhi Weather: The Indian Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert in the national capital New Delhi for January 19 and 20. Indian Meteorological Department estimates. That there will be heavy fog on the morning of 18, 19 and 20 January. After this the sky may remain clear during the day. The lowest temperature in the capital New Delhi on Wednesday was 3.5 degrees Celsius. The average temperature at this time is four degrees below. "Cold Day" continues for the seventh day in the national capital.
The Meteorological Department said in a press release that there is a possibility of very dense fog in North India for the next four to five days. At this time, a cool day was forecast. North West India will also experience cold wave to severe cold wave for the next five days. According to IMD, the minimum temperature was 2 to 5 degrees Celsius in many areas of Punjab and Haryana. The temperature in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand remained between 6 to 10 degrees.
Punjab and Haryana remained in the grip of severe cold wave on Wednesday. Minimum temperatures remained below normal in most areas of both the states. The weather department reported a temperature of zero degree Celsius in Ballowal Saunkhari, Punjab. The minimum temperature with cold wave was 2 degrees Celsius in Amritsar, 2.8 degrees Celsius in Ludhiana and 4.5 degrees Celsius in Patiala, which was three degrees below normal.
Cold wave also hit Chandigarh, the capital of both the states. The lowest temperature here was 4.9 degrees Celsius. The coldest place in southern Haryana was Karnal, where the lowest temperature was 3.4 degrees Celsius, three degrees below normal. Apart from this, the lowest temperature was 4.9 degrees in Ambala, 5.8 degrees in Hisar, 3.5 degrees in Narnaul, 6.4 degrees in Rohtak, 3.5 degrees in Bhiwani and 5.6 degrees in Sirsa.
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Publish Date: January 17, 2024
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