Increase in Cold in Delhi-NCR, No Relief For People of UP-Bihar For 5 Days

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Weather Update: For the last few weeks, most parts of Northern and Eastern India are in the grip of severe cold. Especially in the mountainous Himalayan states. Melting does not reduce due to the maximum and minimum temperatures being below average. Also, dense fog has made life difficult. Road, rail and air traffic are also being affected due to fog. Despite this, the Meteorological Department (IMD) recently released an update. Yellow alert of dense fog and cold has been issued in Delhi-NCR. That is, meteorologists have advised people to remain alert.

On Tuesday, experts of the Meteorological Department said that there will be dense to very dense dark shade in most areas of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan and North Madhya Pradesh. People of these areas are not expected to get relief in the next five days. This means. That the people of these areas will have to face severe cold and cold wave throughout this week. Also, very dense fog is expected in the country's capital Delhi and its surrounding areas. This can cause difficulty in normal life. Note that the plains and hilly states of Northern India have been experiencing severe cold for the last few weeks. Due to dense fog and cold wave, people have had to stay in homes.

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IMD's yellow alert

Scientists of the Meteorological Department said that the weather is likely to be very bad in Delhi and its surrounding areas. The Meteorological Department said that dense to very dense fog will prevail in Delhi-NCR in the next 24 hours. This is the reason. That IMD has issued a yellow alert on Tuesday. Life of people has already become difficult due to cold and dense fog. Also the winds have increased the melting. Due to which people had to be confined in quilts. However, there is little hope of respite from the cold.

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severe cold condition

Currently, there is severe cold in Northern India due to Severe Cold. The latest weather forecast says. That there will be severe cold in some parts of Punjab, Haryana and North Rajasthan for the next 48 hours. There will be severe cold in some areas of Uttar Pradesh in the coming four to five days. On Monday, the maximum temperature of Delhi was 3 degrees below normal.

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Publish Date: January 23, 2024

Posted By Sunil

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