New Delhi: Several states in north India have been reeling under severe cold wave conditions for the past few days. Several states including Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Delhi, Uttarakhand are reeling under severe cold. Although, there was some sunshine in some parts of the past day in the afternoon, but the weather is still cold. The MET department (IMD) has predicted that the cold wave conditions in north India will not subside in the coming few days.
Due to snowfall in the hilly areas, it is getting cold in the plains. According to the MET department, there is no possibility of any respite from the cold in Uttar Pradesh for the next four days. Cold Day is going to continue for four days. According to the MET department, severe cold conditions are expected till January 31, 2022. Due to this, the cold wave will be at its peak as a result of which fog and cold waves will continue to wreak havoc in districts like Lucknow, Kanpur, Prayagraj, Varanasi, Agra, Meerut and western parts.
Although the sky will remain clear in the afternoon, the temperature may drop by about five degrees. The weatherman has informed that there is no possibility of rain in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and north Indian states, including Uttar Pradesh, till February 2.