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Weather Updates: Cold attack in North India, the temperature may go below zero, alert issued

According to the Meteorological Department, there may be a wave of the cold. Due to the cold wave, the maximum temperature can fall by 3 to 5 degrees by January 1.

Many states have been hit by the cold wave. The cold wave is being seen all over North India. The Meteorological Department has warned that the temperature may fall by three to five degrees and heavy snowfall may continue over the mountains. From today people of Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan need to be very careful. The Meteorological Department has issued an alert regarding the cold.

According to the Meteorological Department due to the cold wave, the maximum temperature can fall from 3 to 5 degrees from today to January 1. According to the Meteorological Department, between 5 and 6 January, there may be rain in Delhi and surrounding areas. Four towns of Uttarakhand, including Uttarkashi, Barkot, Dharamshala and Rudraprayag, are experiencing snowfall.

At the same time, North India is also going to get cold in the coming days. The Meteorological Department has issued an alert for all the states of North India. The coldest nights of this season will start from today. North Indians need to be most cautious for the next 4 days as the Meteorological Department has issued an alert on 1 January along with 29, 30 and 31 December. Due to the cold waves, the temperature will be extremely cold. This effect of cold can be seen in Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and Rajasthan.

Temperature can go below zero

The Meteorological Department says that in some parts of Rajasthan, the temperature can be below zero. In Punjab and Haryana, the temperature maybe 2 to 3 degrees, while in Delhi it is expected to be 3 to 4 degrees. At the same time, the Meteorological Department has asked to take special precautions in these four days. Along with this, we have instructed to stay in homes. The Meteorological Department has said that use hot water as much as possible and avoid celebrating in the open on New Year. In this cold, the Meteorological Department has also given special instructions regarding alcohol. The Meteorological Department has refused to drink alcohol. 

No relief

The Meteorological Department has told the wind blowing from the west behind the outbreak of cold and cold wave in North India. According to the Meteorological Department, even after January 1, there is no hope of relief in North India because after January 1 there will be more change in the weather. The rain has also been predicted along with the cold. On January 4 to 5, rain is forecast with cold. The Meteorological Department says that from January 4 to 5, there may be heavy snowfall in the mountains. The effect of which can be seen on the plains. Although there is still snowfall in the mountains.

Snow on the mountains

Due to heavy snowfall in Uttarkashi of Uttarakhand, the snow has started accumulating in the valley. On one side there is a spectacular view in the mountains, on the other side, the cold is rising. However, amidst this snowfall, tourists are coming from different parts of the country to see the beautiful view of the Ganges valley. Similar strong snowfall is taking place in Uttarakhand’s Barkot. Due to snowfall, the trees and plants are completely covered with snow. A thick sheet of snow has accumulated on the roads.

Uttarakhand’s neighbouring state of Himachal Pradesh is also experiencing heavy snowfall. Amid snowfall, a large number of tourists are reaching Dharamshala. Due to snowfall in the upper parts of Dharamshala, the mountains are completely covered in snow. According to the Meteorological Department, there may be more snowfall in the mountains.

 

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