Severe cold in North India, frost may worsen the condition

Dec 24 2019 11:15 AM
Severe cold in North India, frost may worsen the condition

At this time the outbreak of severe winter continues in North India. Coldhar has also broken a five-year record. According to the Meteorological Department, at present, there is no possibility of relief from the freezing cold in the north Indian regions including the capital Delhi. In the coming days, the minimum temperature in North India can go up to three to four degrees. Due to this, there is a possibility of frost in the areas of North India. Potato-producing farmers may suffer from this.

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In the case of private weather, Skymet Weather has said that this week the northeast monsoon will be gone. However, due to its activity, there is a possibility of rains in the states of South India including Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, and Telangana. Chennai may receive rains till December 25-26. No western disturbance or other system is going to come in North India, yet snowfall in the mountainous areas can increase people's problems. By the way, the weather will remain cool in the plains.

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Cold fury continues in the mountainous regions of North India. Keylong in Himachal recorded a minimum temperature of -14.3 and maximum temperature of -5.8 ° C. Even in the plains of the state, the temperature has gone below the freezing point due to which the water has settled in the pipes. In Uttarakhand too, the conditions are very cold. Around six feet of snow is frozen in the world-famous Kedarnath shrine located in Rudraprayag. Snowfall continues at regular intervals in the high Himalayas. Due to heavy snowfall, the sight of the world-famous snow sports venue Auli, which is situated at an altitude from 9500 feet to 10500 feet above sea level, is being built.

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