Winter Cold: Why it Getting More Cold in North India, Know What Meaning of Cold Day

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Winter Cold: The Meteorological Department has declared the days of January as cold days. Which is a special term to measure the amount of cold. This indicates. That's how a normal day can turn into a cold day. This also helps us to understand. Why is the cold weather turning snowy in North India? And why are the circumstances saying so? That the cold will increase further.

Question - What is cold day?

According to the Meteorological Department, when the day temperature is less than 10 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature falls by 4.5 degrees Celsius from the normal, then such a day is called a cold day. This situation is being seen in North India since the beginning of the new year. On January 4, the maximum temperature in Delhi was recorded at 12.5 degrees Celsius while the minimum temperature was 6 degrees Celsius. Due to this, the coldness increased in the entire North India including Delhi and people felt the harshness of the cold.

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Question – What is normal temperature? Does it differ in every country or every region?

India is a geographically diverse country. For this reason, different ranges of temperature can be seen here. Due to this, the normal temperature in the country can range from -2°C to 40°C. If you move from north to south. So the local temperature may also vary depending on the local geographical location and climate.

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Question – What is the normal temperature of Indian cities? Especially the cities of North India?

North India is one of the coldest regions of India. The average daily temperature here is 31 degrees Celsius. The average temperature is around 25 degrees Celsius in many months of the year. Whereas sometimes it can increase up to 35-40 degrees Celsius. Despite this, winter is severe between December and February. In which the temperature is around 10-15 degrees Celsius in the north-west. As we move towards the equator. The temperature increases there.

The average temperature in Bengaluru is 29 degrees Celsius. The average temperature of Nainital is 15°C. And the weather is pleasant. The average minimum temperature in Srinagar is 0°C and the maximum temperature is 30°C.

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Question – Why is it extremely cold in North India at this time?

There are several reasons for this. 1. Snowfall: Snowfall in neighboring states has increased the cold in North Indian areas.
2. Ocean waves: There are cold waves coming from the west and also humid waves coming from the Mediterranean Sea. Which brings cold air.
3. Geographical location: The North Indian region is landlocked. Therefore the temperature here is high. This increases the daily temperature range. And the temperature drops rapidly at night.
4. Cloud cover: Due to cloud cover, the sun's rays do not reach completely, due to which the temperature starts falling.
5. Pressure differential: The jet stream over northwest Asia features “a long area of relatively high atmospheric pressure.” Due to which cold waves start moving in India.

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Question – What is the condition of severe cold? Can such cold also come to North India in the coming days?

If the minimum temperature in the plains falls by 2 degrees Celsius or the maximum temperature falls by 6.4 degrees Celsius or more below the average. So the India Meteorological Department i.e. IMD declares it as 'severe cold wave or severe cold'. However, there is no possibility of this situation occurring in Delhi or North India. If this situation arises. So the occurrence of such a situation is considered fatal for the human body.

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Question – Will there be relief from the current cold situation in Delhi and North India?

According to the India Meteorological Department, the cold conditions will remain the same for the next two days. However, the maximum temperature can definitely be 13 to 14 degrees Celsius. The minimum temperature should remain between 06 degrees to 08 degrees. Yes, the Sun can be seen from January 08. And with this, some relief from the cold is expected.

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Question – At present the cold has increased in North India. What things are responsible for that?

There are hardly any clouds but fog and smog persist due to which the sun is not visible. Also snowfall in upper areas from Uttarakhand to Himachal.

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Question – It is falling in North India. Does cold have anything to do with La Nina i.e. excessive rains?

The effect of La Nina i.e. excessive rain is not directly visible. But its impact on seasonal patterns is being said. Actually its effect starts in the Pacific Ocean. Hot water floats on top of cold water. The warm water flows towards Indonesia. As a result, cold water begins to rise to the surface. Due to this, cold winds come from there towards North India. According to IMD, La Nina is expected to continue from December to February 2023. Due to this reason, situations like Western Disturbance also arise.

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Publish Date: January 05, 2024

Posted By Sunil

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