Weather update: shade fog and cold winds in Delhi, know where the rain and snowfall occurred, know the forecast of January 19 - AB TAK NEWS

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Sunday, 19 January 2020

Weather update: shade fog and cold winds in Delhi, know where the rain and snowfall occurred, know the forecast of January 19

Weather update: shade fog and cold winds in Delhi, know where the rain and snowfall occurred, know the forecast of January 19

Snowfall in Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and some areas of Kashmir has increased due to cold.  The cold wave continues to wreak havoc in most parts of North India, with rain at many places in Bihar, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.  Its effect was seen on Saturday also.  In the Kashmir Valley and Ladakh, the mercury went below the freezing point.  Fog enveloped Delhi on Sunday morning and strong winds were blowing.  Due to strong winds, the cold in Delhi has increased.  At present, Delhi recorded a minimum temperature of 8 ° C on Sunday morning.

 According to Skymet, dense fog has returned to Delhi after several days.  In many places in the national capital Delhi and adjoining areas, there was dense fog on Saturday and Sunday.  Visibility decreased due to dense fog on Sunday morning.

 Earlier, dense fog enveloped the national capital on Saturday morning and recorded a minimum temperature of 8.4 degrees Celsius and visibility in Palam was less than 50 meters.  Meteorological officials said the maximum temperature of the city was recorded at 17.7 degrees Celsius.  Kuldeep Srivastava, head of the regional forecast center of the Indian Meteorological Department, said that due to western disturbances, light rains may occur in Delhi on January 21, but the temperature is not likely to drop much in the next eight to 10 days.

 According to Skymet, light rain accompanied by thunderstorms are likely to occur in adjoining parts of Najibabad, Moradabad, Bareilly, Bahraich, Lakhimpur Kheri and Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh during the next 24 hours.

 Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh, received fresh snowfall on Saturday.  Tourists are facing a shivering cold as the minimum temperatures near Manali, Kufri and Dalhousie in the state approached the freezing point.  Director of Shimla Meteorological Center Manmohan Singh said that according to the information received, Kalpa in Kinnaur at 8:30 am on Saturday morning recorded 24.4 cm of snowfall in the last 24 hours.  He said that Dalhousie recorded four mm of rain, two mm in Manali and one mm in Chamba.

 The Meteorological Department said that light rain was also recorded in some parts of the hill state.  The meteorological department said that there was light to moderate rainfall at different places in Uttar Pradesh on Saturday.  Thick fog enveloped some places in eastern Uttar Pradesh and rains were recorded in Puranpur, Nighasan, Baheri, Hapur, Nawabganj and Fatehpur.

 Cold wave continued in the Kashmir Valley and Ladakh on Saturday and the minimum temperature was recorded below zero, causing snow on the road and causing inconvenience to motorcycle drivers.  The meteorological department gave this information.  Gulmarg was the coldest place in Kashmir with a minimum temperature of minus 11 degrees Celsius.  The meteorological department said that although there is no possibility of snowfall in the valley for the next three days, light snowfall may occur between January 21 and January 24.

 In most parts of Punjab and Haryana, people did not get relief from the cold on Saturday.  Visibility decreased due to dense fog in the morning.  An official of the Meteorological Department said that Amritsar was the coldest place in Punjab with a minimum temperature of 3.6 degrees Celsius.

 The cold conditions in Rajasthan remained the same and Ganganagar was the coldest place in the state with a minimum temperature of 3.7 degrees Celsius.  Night temperatures in Churu, Pilani, Sikar, Bikaner and Jaipur were 3.9, 5.4, 6.2 and 9.6 degrees Celsius respectively.

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