Now rain and snow will make you cry with cold, hail will fall in many places, what will be the weather in your city, know
It will rain in Delhi. (Pic-PTI)
DNA Hindi: North India including Delhi-NCR will get more severe cold from next week. People will struggle with high winds, rain and hail. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said in its forecast on Tuesday that light to moderate rain and hail with wind speed of up to 50 kilometers per hour may occur in northwestern India, including Delhi, next week. Hail may also occur in Delhi NCR.
Cold wave conditions prevailed in Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and North Rajasthan on Tuesday with the minimum temperature varying between one to three degrees Celsius. The Met department said parts of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh recorded minimum temperature between three to five degrees Celsius. The IMD said an active Western Disturbance is likely to affect Northwest India between January 21 and 25.
Weather Forecast: Weather is severe at Joshimath from 19th to 24th January, hail will rain in Delhi-NCR next week too
There will be snowfall, heavy rainfall in the hilly areas
According to the Met department, “under its influence, it is expected to continue till January 25 with onset of rain or snowfall over the western Himalayan region on January 21 and peak conditions on January 23-24. The Met Office said light to moderate hailstorm is expected at isolated places in Jammu, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, West Uttar Pradesh and North Rajasthan on January 23 and 24.
What will the weather be like in Delhi-NCR?
According to the meteorological department, winds of up to 50 km per hour are expected in Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and western Uttar Pradesh on January 23-24. So far no rain has been recorded in Delhi this winter season. The weather department says the lack of strong western disturbances in November and December is the reason for the lack of rain.
traffic is difficult due to fog
Last year, Delhi received 82.2 mm in January. Rain was recorded, the heaviest for the month since 1901. The Safdarjung Observatory, Delhi’s main weather station, recorded a minimum temperature of 2.4 degrees Celsius, down from 1.4 degrees on Monday. Because of the fog in places in the northern regions, road and rail traffic is also difficult. (input language)
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