Temperatures have actually dipped in Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan as well as Delhi over the past week with the start of cold wave.

Delhi and also parts of north India got up to numbing cold with the weather condition division predicting cold wave conditions to dominate the following couple of days.
Temperature levels have dipped in Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Delhi over the past week with the start of cool wave.

In Delhi, the mercury dove to 5.3 levels Celsius on Sunday – three notches listed below regular, while thick fog covered Haryana, Punjab and also parts of Rajasthan.

The majority of components of these states observed minimum temperatures in the series of 3 to 7 degree Celcius, authorities stated, including that reduced visibility due to clouded weather impacted road and train activity at a number of areas.

According to the Indian Metrological Division (Met), foggy problems were most likely to prevail in Haryana, Punjab, as well as components of Rajasthan as well as Uttar Pradesh till December 27.

In Kashmir, chilly conditions further increased as the minimum temperature level dipped a number of levels listed below the freezing point. The intense chilly conditions led to freezing of water system lines in several locations as well as the freezing of the interiors of the Dal Lake.

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Last Updated: 26 December 2022