The national capital Delhi has started getting cold. Fog has started filtering along with the cold and the temperature is declining.
Weather update: Delhi’s temperature falls, fog in the sky (Photo Credit: File photo)
The national capital Delhi has started getting cold. Fog has started filtering along with the cold and the temperature is declining. The Indian Meteorological Department has today forecast a minimum temperature of 13 ° C and a maximum of 26 ° C in Delhi. While the white sheet of fog has also spread in the sky since morning. In Delhi, the level of pollution is increasing with the cold.
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Expectation of improvement in air in Delhi on Monday
According to the Meteorological Department, the minimum temperature of the national capital will be 13 ° C and the maximum temperature will be 26 ° C. Air quality has also deteriorated in Delhi due to slow air speed and fog. Officials of the meteorological department say that with the increase in wind speed, it is expected to improve on Monday.
Himachal Pradesh Weather
Apart from Delhi, the weather is dry in most areas of North India. The weather is dry in most parts of North India except the snowfall in Keylong in Himachal Pradesh. Keylong in Himachal Pradesh received fresh snowfall and was the coldest place in the state at 3.5 degrees Celsius. The Meteorological Department has predicted rain and snowfall in the middle and high mountain areas of Himachal between Monday and Wednesday. With this, there may be rain in the plains on Tuesday.
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Jammu and Kashmir Weather
Apart from this, night temperatures in most places of Jammu and Kashmir were recorded above the freezing point. Gulmarg recorded a low of minus 3.8 degrees Celsius, the coldest place in the valley. In Haryana and Punjab, the minimum temperature was recorded above normal and in Chandigarh it was 10.6 degrees Celsius, which was three degrees above normal.
Weather of uttar pradesh
At the same time, the Meteorological Department in Uttar Pradesh has warned that there will be dense fog in Purvanchal in the next two days. Till now the weather has been dry in Uttar Pradesh and in some areas of the eastern regions of the state, there is very dense fog. According to the Meteorological Department, the highest maximum temperature was recorded at 32.1 degree Celsius in Jhansi and the lowest minimum temperature was 6.5 degree Celsius in Fatehgarh. Mount Abu was the coldest place in Rajasthan with a minimum temperature of five degrees Celsius.
First Published : 06 Dec 2020, 08:17:04 AM