Killing cold in Kashmir while haze in North India
- As the winter gradually set in, the entire North India got colder
- Fog care has also started in Punjab and Haryana
- The night temperature in Srinagar is the lowest of the season at -2.2 degrees Celsius. reported,
It is getting colder as the winter slowly sets in across North India. It is getting cold in the Kashmir Valley. Season’s lowest -2.2 degrees C in Srinagar on Wednesday night. The temperature recorded was 1.3 degrees Celsius above normal. is less Earlier, Tuesday night was the coldest night in Srinagar. The Meteorological Department has predicted that the minimum temperature will drop in North India and cold weather will increase in the coming days. Fog care has also started in Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana.
Fog may also increase in other states including Uttar Pradesh, Bihar next week. The minimum temperature in capital Delhi this morning is 13 degrees Celsius. and the air quality also remained poor. Weather in Jammu and Kashmir is forecast to remain dry during the next 24 hours. Weather in Kashmir Valley may remain like this till December 7. There is no chance of avalanche. Dense fog covered most of Srinagar including Dal Lake, Boulevard Road, Nihat, Shalimar areas on Thursday morning. The minimum temperature in Gulmarg is -1.5 degrees Celsius. had been Meanwhile, in the Andaman Sea on 4 Dec. The Meteorological Department has also predicted that it will become the center of a cyclone. In the next 24 hours, it may take a major form, under the impact of which Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu may receive rain on December 5.