Weather Report: Snowstorm in Kashmir, Delhi's temperature to fall more
Weather Report: Snowstorm in Kashmir, Delhi's temperature to fall more

New Delhi: After the cloudy and foggy weather, the sky has now cleared in most parts of north-India and the cold wave has also returned. The temperature in the national capital has started coming down again. During rainy days, the minimum temperature had reached around 10 to 11 degrees, but it has again dropped to close to 7 degrees.

The Met department had already warned that cold wave conditions would return to north India after the rainy period. On the other hand, the mountains may be cold, but the thick layer of snow is visible everywhere. In Jammu and Kashmir, Uttarakhand, and Himachal, normal life has been frozen due to snow. The snowfall in hilly areas is expected to provide a little relief. The weather is likely to be open till January 14. Cold wave conditions have returned in Delhi and adjoining areas, cold wave conditions have risen and minimum temperature is expected to reach 5 degrees by January 14. Cold wave conditions continue drenching Punjab in Haryana and Rajasthan.

Fog is expected in Uttar Pradesh till January 13. Even in Madhya Pradesh, which is reeling under the rain, clouds are now cloudy and cold wave conditions are returning. In Madhya Pradesh, the mercury may fall to 3 degrees in the next few days. In Karnataka, people are suffering from the rain in the south. Unseasonal rains in Chikmagalur and Kodagu in the state have caused considerable damage to the coffee crop. This has shocked the farmers and has lost millions.

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