Monday, December 30, 2019

Weather update: cold winter in Delhi, severe cold in north India including UP-Bihar, know where the weather will be

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The harsh cold continues in North India. In the plains of North India, including Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Bihar and Rajasthan, winter is showing its monstrous form every day. The harsh winter on Monday in many states, including Delhi, Rajasthan, devastated people. After 1901, Monday was the coldest day in Delhi. Even today, there is no hope of getting relief from the cold, because there has been a cold wind at night, due to which the shiver and chill have increased. At present, the temperature in Delhi was recorded at 4 ° C on Tuesday morning. So let's know the weather conditions of all the states ...

According to the Meteorological Department, the minimum temperature in Jaipur of Rajasthan reached one degree Celsius, while the maximum day temperature in Delhi was recorded at an all-time low of 9.4 degree Celsius after 1901. Normal life has been badly affected in Delhi due to heavy fog and deep layer of mist on Monday. Srinagar in Kashmir in the northern states recorded a minimum temperature of minus 6.5 degrees Celsius while Jammu on Sunday recorded the lowest night temperature (2.4 degree Celsius) in the past decade. The state of water logging has arisen in the state's famous Dal Lake.

The Meteorological Department had predicted a slight relief from the winter after the sunshine in the day in Delhi and surrounding areas on Monday, but due to the increase in the speed of the western cold winds in the last 24 hours on Monday The tremendous fog sheet which prevailed till midday in Delhi and northern areas increased the havoc of winter.

According to the department, the temperature recorded at most places in Delhi, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh at 2.30 pm on Monday and in some places of Punjab, East and West Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Eastern Uttar Pradesh.

Visibility: These cities, including the states of UP, Haryana and Punjab, had a similar visibility at 5.30 am today. 25 meters in Bahraich, Lucknow and Gorakhpur, 50 meters in Patiala, Churu, Jaisalmer, Jhansi, Sultanpur, Varanasi, Patna, Gaya and Purnia, 200 meters in Amritsar, Ambala, Chandigarh, Ganganagar, Bikaner, Bareilly and Satna.

48 Hour Forecast:
According to the forecast for the next 48 hours released by the department, cold wave outbreaks will continue in some areas of Rajasthan. Whereas, in most areas of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, 'Cold Day' conditions will be maintained on Tuesday and Wednesday due to the drop in day temperature. Dense fog has also been predicted in these areas in the morning. Whereas, scattered rains are also expected in some areas of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Vidarbha and East Rajasthan with stormy winds on Tuesday.

Winter will still continue:
Dr. Kuldeep Srivastava, Head of North Regional Forecasting Unit of Meteorological Department said that in view of the change in wind trend in the next 48 hours in the northern areas from January 1, with the possibility of no change in the current state of winter for the next 24 hours Moderate relief is expected in winter.

This is the reason for the cold
The department has attributed the decrease in intensity of the Western Disturbance, which weakens the trend of cold winds, as a reason for record breaking winter in the northern states. Dr. Srivastava said that due to the absence of western disturbance for the last ten days, the cold winds turned the offensive towards the northern states. Due to this, the winter of December in Delhi and surrounding areas broke the record of a hundred years. It is noteworthy that Western disturbance is activated once in the first two weeks of December and on December 30 after 21 December. Outbreak of cold has increased due to increase in its interval.

Coldest night of 10 years in Jammu, cold conditions continue in Srinagar
Cold wave continued in Jammu and Kashmir on Monday as well. The winter capital Jammu recorded the coldest night so far in 10 years. Srinagar also recorded mercury minus 6.5 degrees Celsius. The Meteorological Department said that Jammu recorded the coldest night of this season in the last decade. The mercury dropped to 2.4 degrees Celsius here. The department said that the coldest night in the city was recorded on December 28, 1998 when the mercury was 0.9 degrees Celsius. This was followed by a cold on 31 December 2007 when the temperature was recorded at 2.3 degrees Celsius.

While the cold is continuously breaking its own record in Srinagar, where the city recorded the coldest night so far last night, on Monday, the minimum temperature was minus 6.5 degrees Celsius. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has forecast rain and snowfall in the first week of the new year.

Cold wave in most parts of Madhya Pradesh
Cold wave raged in most parts of Madhya Pradesh and dense fog enveloped the northern part and some other areas. According to the Meteorological Department, on the last day of this year, on December 31, out of 52 districts of the state, 29 districts may receive light to moderate rain at some places. GD Mishra, senior meteorologist at the Bhopal Center of India Meteorological Department, said that the lowest minimum temperatures in Madhya Pradesh were recorded at 2 degrees Celsius Monday in Gwalior, Umaria and Datia. He said that the maximum temperature in Gwalior was 8 degrees Celsius. He said that dense fog enveloped Satna, Rewa, Damoh, Datia, Shahdol, Sagar and Gwalior districts. Mishra told that Umaria,

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