Fog inside Haryana Meteorological Department Had To issue Red Alert in Entire Haryana

 
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Fog inside Haryana Meteorological Department Had To issue Red Alert in Entire Haryana

Haryana Weather Report: Meteorological Department issued red alert in entire Haryana. The Meteorological Department has issued a big notice and issued red light in the entire Haryana and Punjab. Because people's life has become miserable due to fog. For the past several days, Kor has been troubling the entire Haryana. But today fog has created trouble in all the three states of Haryana, Delhi, Punjab and Rajasthan. Meteorological Department says. Visibility is only 10 feet in many cities.

Visibility is very low in some areas. Distances less than 5 meters are invisible. This bad weather is expected to continue throughout the night in other districts also. The weather department has predicted heavy rain and fog at many places including Fatehabad, Hisar, Jind, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Panipat, Rohtak and Sirsa in the next 24 hours. Residents of these areas are advised. To stay at home unless necessary. Dr. Chaudhary Charan Singh, Chairman, Department of Agricultural Meteorology, Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar. Madan Lal is an estimate of mud. That this season will continue till 31st December.

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Due to western disturbance, partly cloudy sky and windy conditions may increase the cold from December 29 to December 31. There will be a slight drop in temperature during this period. From January 1, the weather will be dry and there will be fog in the morning. Lowest temperature in Ambala and Hisar of Haryana 5. 2 degrees Celsius were recorded, making them the coldest region. The temperature of Himachal's Shimla is 7 more than these cities. It was 6 degrees more. Trains are getting late due to dense fog.

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Publish Date: December 29, 2023

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