IMD said that due to dry weather and north / northwest winds, the minimum temperature is expected to be below normal for the next three-four days in most areas of the northwestern parts of the country. IMD said that in Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and some areas of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, there will be severe cold during the next three days. . IMD said that there is a possibility of cold wave at many places in Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. During this time, a situation of extreme cold wave can also be created. IMD said in the bulletin issued at eight o’clock in the next 24 hours that there is a possibility of light to moderate rains and thunderstorms in Tamil Nadu, southern Kerala and Lakshadweep. IMD said that there was heavy rainfall at remote places in Tamil Nadu on Wednesday. IMD said that in Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, eastern Uttar Pradesh, there was a cold winter in some places and cold and cold in some places.
In the remote places of western Uttar Pradesh and Punjab, there is a harsh winter. Mercury in Keylong and Kalpa in Himachal Pradesh went below zero, while the minimum temperature in the capital Shimla was 5.7 degrees Celsius. The meteorological department gave this information. Director of Shimla Meteorological Center Manmohan Singh said that in Keylong, the administrative center of Lahaul Spiti, the mercury went down to minus 11.4 degrees Celsius and remains the coldest place in the state. Kalpa recorded a minimum temperature of minus 2.6 degrees Celsius. In Manali, Kufri and Dalhousie the minimum temperatures were one degree, seven degrees and 7.6 degrees Celsius respectively. Churk in Uttar Pradesh recorded the lowest minimum temperature of 3.2 degree Celsius. Fog enveloped the remote areas of the state.
The cold winter continued on Wednesday in Rajasthan, with nighttime mercury settling at 0.2 degree Celsius in Ganganagar in the state, while Mount Abu, the only hill tourist destination in the state, had the minimum temperature once again below zero on Tuesday. The Meteorological Department has issued a warning of cold wave in several parts of the state in the next few days. The freezing cold continues in the Kashmir Valley and Srinagar city, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, has recorded the lowest minimum temperature in the last eight years. An official of the meteorological department said here on Wednesday that Srinagar recorded a minimum temperature of minus 7.8 degrees Celsius, which is the lowest minimum temperature in the city in the last eight years. He told that earlier on January 14, 2012, the same minimum temperature was recorded. The rest of the valley is also very cold. Cold wave conditions continued in most parts of Punjab and Haryana on Wednesday as well and Narnaul remained the coldest place in both the states with a minimum temperature of 1.4 degrees Celsius.
Narnaul in Haryana recorded a temperature of three degrees Celsius below normal. In Hisar too, the temperature was below two degrees Celsius. Hisar recorded a minimum temperature of 1.7 degrees Celsius, five degrees Celsius below normal. Chandigarh, the joint capital of the two states, recorded a minimum temperature of 5.7 degrees Celsius. Amritsar, Ludhiana and Patiala in Punjab recorded minimum temperatures of 3.5, 3.8 and 6.4, respectively, which is two degrees below normal. Pathankot, Adampur, Halwara, Bhatinda, Faridkot and Gurdaspur recorded minimum temperatures of 9.2, 3.4, 3.6, 3.2, 4 and 8.2 degrees Celsius respectively.
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