December 5, 2021

Weather report: low temperature in north india, know all about it – cold winds in north india increased chill, cold for a week


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Due to the cold wind blowing in the plains of the northern region of the country, the cold has increased considerably. The India Meteorological Department said on Friday that during the next week the night temperatures in North India will be below normal and relief can be expected only after a week. The department forecasts from December 17-24 and December 24-30 that minimum temperatures will remain 2-6 degrees Celsius below normal in most parts of northwest, central and eastern India.

Temperatures in the rest of the country are expected to be near or slightly above normal during the first week. The Meteorological Department said, “Cold wave will increase during the first part of the first week in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh, western Uttar Pradesh and northern Rajasthan and then decrease thereafter.” The Meteorological Department said that in Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi, North Rajasthan and northwestern Uttar Pradesh, the next two days will be cold.

IMD reported that day and night temperatures in the plains of North India have fallen below normal since last week. During the second week, there will be a slight increase in the minimum temperature compared to the first week. However, IMD said that in most parts of northwest, central and eastern India, the minimum temperature would be two to four degrees Celsius below normal and in the rest of the country it would be close to or slightly above normal.

Cold in Delhi due to icy winds
Due to the icy winds from the Western Himalayas, Delhi is getting cold and Friday can be a ‘very cold’ day. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) gave this information. Thursday was a ‘very cold’ day in the city as the maximum temperature dropped to 15.2 degrees Celsius, seven degrees Celsius below normal and the lowest maximum temperature so far this season.

The Safdarjung Observatory, which provides weather data for the city, recorded a minimum temperature of 4.4 degrees Celsius. The Palam station recorded a minimum temperature of 3.4 degrees Celsius. “Cold days” are called when the minimum temperature is below 10 ° C and the maximum temperature is at least 4.4 ° C below normal. At the same time, ‘extremely cold days’ occur when the maximum temperature is at least 6.5 degrees Celsius below normal.

The IMD said that a ‘cold wave’ is forecast in Delhi on Saturday and is likely to continue till Monday. IMD declares a cold wave for the plains when the minimum temperature is 10 ° C or below for two consecutive days and is 4.5 ° C below normal. Cold wave can be declared for small areas like Delhi even if the above conditions are made even for a day.

In the last 24 hours, in many areas of eastern and western Uttar Pradesh, there has been a mild cold and somewhere cold. This information was given by the Meteorological Department on Friday. According to a statement released by the Meteorological Department on Friday, the maximum temperature in the state was recorded at 23.1 degree Celsius in Jhansi, while the lowest temperature was recorded at 3 degree Celsius in Fursatganj in Rae Bareli. It is estimated that there will be light and dense fog at many places in the state on Saturday morning.

Severe winter in many parts of Madhya Pradesh
Due to the fall in temperature in many parts of Madhya Pradesh, there is a cold winter. GD Mishra, senior meteorologist at the Bhopal Center of the Meteorological Department, said that mercury was recorded at three to five degrees Celsius in the last 24 hours (Thursday 08.30 to Friday 08.30 AM) in six of the 30 stations of Madhya Pradesh. He said that in the remaining 23 stations of the remaining department, the minimum temperature during this period was three to 10 degree Celsius.

Mishra said that cold winds are coming from north India towards Madhya Pradesh, due to which the temperature in the state has dropped. He said that the eastern Madhya Pradesh and Bundelkhand region are getting extremely cold. Mishra said that the winter in the state is likely to continue for a few more days. He said that the lowest minimum temperature in the state was recorded in Datia at three degrees Celsius while the minimum temperature in Bhopal was 7.4 degrees Celsius.

The night temperature in the Kashmir Valley remained below zero degrees Celsius on Friday, despite a slight increase in minimum temperatures in Srinagar city and Gulmarg tourist center. The meteorological department gave this information. The meteorological department said that Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir and the famous tourist center Gulmarg Valley in north Kashmir, have places where there was a slight increase in the night temperature on Thursday.

According to the department, all other meteorological centers in the valley recorded a further drop in minimum temperatures. The minimum temperature in Srinagar was minus six degrees Celsius, while it was minus 6.4 degrees the previous night and it was the coldest night of the season. In Gulmarg, the mercury dropped to minus 10.6 degrees Celsius, while it was 11 degrees below zero on its previous night. Gulmarg was the coldest place in the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir.

According to the Meteorological Department, the mercury in Pahalgam, a tourist destination in South Kashmir, fell below 9.2 degrees. According to the department, this union territory is not likely to get much snowfall by the end of the month, although scattered light to moderate snowfall may occur at isolated places in the valley on December 21-22.

Mercury minus 10 degrees in Keylong, Himachal Pradesh
In Himachal Pradesh, Keylong, Kalpa and Manali in the last 24 hours were stagnant in the minimum temperature below zero. The meteorological department gave this information on Friday. Director of the Meteorological Center, Shimla, Manmohan Singh said that Keylong, the administrative center of the tribal district of Lahaul-Spiti, remained the coldest place in the state where the mercury dropped to below 10 degrees Celsius.

He said that Kalpa district of Kinnaur recorded a minimum temperature of 4.4 degrees Celsius. According to him, the mercury fell below one degree Celsius in Manali while the minimum temperatures in Dalhousie and Kufri were 3.4 and 4.4 degrees respectively. According to Singh, Shimla recorded a minimum temperature of 4.6.

Due to the cold wind blowing in the plains of the northern region of the country, the cold has increased considerably. The India Meteorological Department said on Friday that during the next week the night temperatures in North India will be below normal and relief can be expected only after a week. The department forecasts from December 17-24 and December 24-30 that minimum temperatures will remain 2-6 degrees Celsius below normal in most parts of northwest, central and eastern India.

Temperatures in the rest of the country are expected to be near or slightly above normal during the first week. The Meteorological Department said, “Cold wave will increase during the first part of the first week in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh, western Uttar Pradesh and northern Rajasthan and then decrease thereafter.” The Meteorological Department said that in Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi, North Rajasthan and northwestern Uttar Pradesh, the next two days will be cold.

IMD reported that day and night temperatures in the plains of North India have fallen below normal since last week. During the second week, there will be a slight increase in the minimum temperature compared to the first week. However, IMD said that in most parts of northwest, central and eastern India, the minimum temperature would be two to four degrees Celsius below normal and in the rest of the country it would be close to or slightly above normal.

Cold in Delhi due to icy winds
Due to the icy winds from the Western Himalayas, Delhi is getting cold and Friday can be a ‘very cold’ day. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) gave this information. Thursday was a ‘very cold’ day in the city as the maximum temperature dropped to 15.2 degrees Celsius, seven degrees Celsius below normal and the lowest maximum temperature so far this season.

The Safdarjung Observatory, which provides weather data for the city, recorded a minimum temperature of 4.4 degrees Celsius. The Palam station recorded a minimum temperature of 3.4 degrees Celsius. “Cold days” are called when the minimum temperature is below 10 ° C and the maximum temperature is at least 4.4 ° C below normal. At the same time, ‘extremely cold days’ occur when the maximum temperature is at least 6.5 degrees Celsius below normal.

The IMD said that a ‘cold wave’ is forecast in Delhi on Saturday and is likely to continue till Monday. IMD declares a cold wave for the plains when the minimum temperature is 10 ° C or below for two consecutive days and is 4.5 ° C below normal. Cold wave can be declared for small areas like Delhi even if the above conditions are made even for a day.

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