New Delhi : The icy wind is blowing in Delhi. A day earlier, Delhi’s temperature reached 3 degrees Celsius. Even today, the cold wind will continue in Delhi. On the other hand, from Kashmir to Uttarakhand-Himachal, all the area has been covered under snow. Cold wave continues to wreak havoc in the plains due to heavy snowfall. All the cities of North India are also facing record breaking winter in December.
There was a slight increase in temperature on Wednesday, but the temperature may go down again in the next few days. Areas adjacent to Delhi are also vulnerable to cold winds. Fog is also visible in the morning. Himachal and Punjab also remain covered by fog. The temperature has reached 1 degree amidst dense fog in Mount Abu, Rajasthan. At the same time, in Madhya Pradesh, the cold winds have made people suffer.
This cold weather of North India has happened due to the cold winds coming from the mountains. After the fresh snowfall, the temperature in Gulmarg in Kashmir has reached minus 12 degrees. At the same time, Himachal is also witnessing extreme cold. Temperature was recorded at minus 7 degrees in the Kullu Valley.
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IMD forecasts a maximum temperature of 18 degrees Celsius and a minimum temperature of 5 degrees Celsius in the national capital today. pic.twitter.com/0qbEoNvceA
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Himachal’s Mandi is experiencing continuous snowfall. The upper areas are completely covered with snow. Snow is visible everywhere. Amazing forms of nature are seen in areas like Shetadhar, Barot, Nihri of Mandi. The entire area around the Maa Shikari Devi temple is also covered with white sheets of snow. Amidst continuous snowfall, a large number of tourists are arriving.
Temperatures in Manali, Dalhousie, Keylong and Kalpa in Himachal Pradesh have gone below zero. According to the Meteorological Department, the minimum temperature of the state has decreased by one to two degrees Celsius in the last 24 hours. Keylong in Himachal has a temperature of -5.6 degrees. At the same time, Kalpa recorded -4.1 degree, Manali and Dalhousie had a temperature of -1 degree. Una was the hottest place in the state, where the temperature was recorded at 19.8 degrees Celsius.