Severe cold continues to wreak havoc. The common life is being affected by the cold winter. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has given a big warning. According to the Meteorological Department, the outbreak of severe cold in North India is likely to continue. The common life was affected by the cold and cold. It was six degrees in Delhi, minus 2 degrees in Srinagar and eight degrees in Jammu. According to the information received from Shimla, the peaks of Himachal Pradesh’s tribal Lahaul Spiti and Kinnaur district received fresh snowfall in the last twenty four hours and the other part was partly cloudy. The fog continued to wreak havoc in Delhi on Friday as the maximum temperature was recorded at 17.5 degrees Celsius. The entire national capital region had very cold days. The minimum temperature was recorded at 6.4 degrees Celsius, two degrees below normal. According to the Meteorological Department, there are chances of partly cloudy Saturday, light rain or drizzle. Dense fog is expected tomorrow morning.The maximum and minimum temperatures on Saturday are expected to be 16 and eight degrees Celsius respectively. Due to snowfall in the mountains and cold wave, life in Uttar Pradesh is also affected due to increasing cold to melting.
The common life is being affected by the cold winter.
Many districts including the capital Lucknow remained cloudy in the morning.Due to extreme cold and cold wave, schools up to 12th have been directed to be closed in most districts of the state including Lucknow. According to the Meteorological Department, Mirzapur Churk recorded a minimum temperature of 3.2 degrees Celsius, seven notches below normal, which was the coldest place in the state. The maximum temperature was recorded at 18.8 degrees Celsius, five notches below normal. Apart from this, the minimum temperature in Lucknow was one less than normal at 07.6 degrees Celsius, while the maximum was six notches below normal at 18.2 degrees Celsius. The minimum temperature in Aligarh was 6.2 degrees Celsius, two notches above normal, while the maximum was recorded at 12.8 degrees Celsius, barley being nine degrees Celsius below normal. All the districts of the state recorded below normal temperatures. According to the Meteorological Department, cold wave will continue and fog will remain in the morning and evening.He said that there is no possibility of getting relief soon from the cold. In the northwestern region of the country, fog is being hit with severe cold, due to which fog has affected road traffic during the last twenty-four hours due to which express-to-passenger trains reached their destination late by their scheduled time. Somewhere in the region, there was some drizzle and light rain is expected tomorrow. There is no hope of relief from the chilly winter cold in North India.
Apart from this, dense fog will also harass people. Fog around highways affected traffic. In the afternoon on the highway, the drivers were seen traveling by burning the lights of thevehicles. Police prompted the drivers to follow the rules of the yatra during fog season.It is advisable not to drive the vehicle at high speed in fog and use dipper so that accidents can be avoided in fog season by following traffic rules. Cold day conditions are expected to remain in the northwest region and dense fog is expected. According to the weather center, light rain is expected in the next two days and after that the weather is expected to be dry and foggy. Somewhere there are chances of dense fog and cold day conditions. In view of the dense fog in Haryana and Punjab, instructions have been issued to all the Deputy Commissioners and it has been said that in such a season, road safety is not less than a challenge. Transport Department: APWDA NHAIA Police and Health Department officials should be vigilant to avoid possible accident. Fog caused road traffic in both the states and dense fog is forecast for the next few days.The area was cloudy today and there was mist in the day.The city’s mercury is nine, Ambala eight, Hisar four, Karnal six, Narnaul five, Rohtak six, Bhiwani six, Sirsa six, Amritsar seven, Ludhiana nine, Patiala seven, Pathankot Nai, Adampur seven, Halwara seven, Bathinda six and Gurdaspur was six degrees.