India To Witness Another Cold Wave After Northern Areas Experience Foggy Mornings
Some places in northern India, including the national capital, witnessed a heavy foggy morning on Sunday and the weather is expected to get worse. Have a look at all details here.
Delhi has been experiencing freezing weather condition since the last few days and the situation seems to be getting worse with time. Various places in the NCR, and around, were covered with a thick blanket of fog on Sunday while the temperature dropped to around 10.8 degree Celsius. Other places in the north like Punjab and Haryana have also been witnessing a drop in temperature while places like Srinagar have been witnessing heavy snowfall. According to the Indian Meteorological Department, the northern regions are expected to experience another cold wave in the next few days, dripping the temperature further. An avalanche warning has also been issued in Kashmir valley as the weather conditions have been concerning.
Here is a look at the ZEE5 video with details related to the weather conditions in the north:
Delhi and other major parts of North India witnessed a canopy of fog on Sunday, heavily affecting the regular functioning of lives. According to the video attached above, the Indian Meteorological Department has warned that the cold wave is returning to the country and there are high chances of the temperature dripping further. On Sunday, Delhi recorded a minimum temperature of 10.8 degree Celsius while places like Greater Noida witnessed between 11 and 13 degree Celsius. Most weathermen have also warned that the thick blanket of fog will stay and cause further troubles in the next few days.
According to this video, various major streets of Delhi were covered in fog, heavily affecting the visibility rate in the area. Some places in the capital had visibility rate around 100m which was another reason for slow-moving traffics and blocks. On the other hand, on the highways and main roads of Noida, people had been moving at a steady and slow pace as the visibility rate varied between 500m and 200m. Various trains and flights had also been cancelled due to the deteriorating weather condition around the area.
Srinagar and other parts of Kashmir Valley were covered in thick layers of snow after the city witnessed extremely bad weather conditions in the last few days. Fights were completely cancelled on Saturday as the snowfall refused to slow down. According to the weather department, the situation is expected to get better in the next two days.
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