November 29, 2021

Dense fog conditions have been observed in isolated pockets over Delhi, Know the weather conditions of North India


new Delhi:

In most parts of North India, the cold fog is accompanied by a thick fog. Due to the clouds in the sky, the cold has increased more. Fog sheet has started appearing after the speed of cold winds has been decreasing for the last few days. There is a moderate fog in north India. The Meteorological Department said that today, very dense fog conditions have been observed in different parts of Punjab and western Uttar Pradesh, while in Delhi and eastern Uttar Pradesh, there is dense fog conditions in different areas.

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Delhi’s climate

Today, there is a moderate to dense fog in different parts of the national capital Delhi. Cold wave is also expected to continue in Delhi for the next two days. The temperature is also expected to reach three degrees Celsius on Friday. During this period, moderate to dense fog is expected. Officials said that in small areas like Delhi, if the temperature remains as per the prescribed criteria for one day, a cold wave can be declared.

Air quality deteriorating in Delhi

Air quality is deteriorating in Delhi with increasing cold and fog. The pollution level in Delhi NCR has reached very dangerous condition today. This morning, the air quality index in many areas of Delhi has been estimated at over 450. It is estimated that today the Air Quality Index can cross 600. According to meteorological department officials, there is no possibility of any major improvement in it till December 26.

Kashmir weather

In most areas of Kashmir, minimum mercury has been recorded. The weather was dry and cold throughout the valley. Nighttime mercury has been recorded below zero degree Celsius. The Meteorological Department has predicted cold and dry weather till December 25. Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, recorded a minimum temperature of minus 5 degrees Celsius.

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Condition of Himachal Pradesh

Keylong, the administrative center of Lahaul-Spiti, the tribal district of Himachal Pradesh, was the coldest area in the state with a minimum temperature of minus 7.7 degrees Celsius. Kalpa in Kinnaur district recorded a minimum temperature of minus 0.6 degree Celsius. The minimum temperature in the state capital was recorded at six degrees Celsius.

Weather of haryana

Outbreak of cold continues in Haryana. On Wednesday, Hisar recorded a temperature of 2.7 degrees Celsius. The minimum temperature was 3.9 ° C in Ambala, 3.4 ° C in Karnal, 3.2 ° C in Narnaul, 4.6 ° C in Rohtak, 5.5 ° C in Bhiwani and 5.9 ° C in Sirsa. Chandigarh recorded a minimum temperature of 5.7 degrees Celsius.

Weather of punjab

Apart from this, cold conditions are also prevailing in Punjab. There is a fog shadow in the sky with the drop in temperature. On Wednesday, minimum temperature was 2.5 degree Celsius in Adampur in Punjab and 2.8 degree Celsius in Ludhiana. With this, the minimum temperature was 3.4 degree Celsius in Amritsar, 4.6 degree Celsius in Patiala, 4.1 degree Celsius in Faridkot, 4.3 degree Celsius in Halwara and 5.2 degree Celsius in Bathinda.

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State of uttar pradesh

It is freezing in Uttar Pradesh with a thick fog shadow. Visibility has been reduced due to increased fog. Somewhere there is dense fog. There have also been clouds in some areas of the state, due to which the cold has increased. However, people are getting relief from cold due to light sunshine in the afternoon. But cold winds are forecast to come in the coming days.

According to the Meteorological Department, due to the western disturbances affecting the high altitude areas of the Himalayas, the minimum temperature was recorded on Monday and Tuesday, but the temperature is again falling as soon as it returns. The Western Disturbance received mild to moderate snowfall in the higher reaches of Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh and Himachal Pradesh. At the same time, another western disturbance can affect the high altitude areas of the Himalayas from 26 December. After which snow will be seen again. However, due to increasing cold, people’s problems will increase.

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