Mercury Dips in The Majority Of Parts of North India, Delhi Records Coldest November Early Morning Given That2003
Minimum temperatures dipped in most parts of north India on Sunday with Srinagar tape-recording a low of minus 3 degrees Celsius, while a cold wave swept parts of Delhi which tape-recorded its coldest November early morning given that2003 The nationwide capital’s minimum temperature dropped to 6.9 degrees Celsius while the air quality remained “bad” and federal government firms stated it is likely to weaken even more due to damaging meteorological conditions.
” The Safdarjung Observatory which supplies representative information for the city, taped a minimum of 6.9 degrees Celsius. It is Delhi’s least expensive minimum temperature level in the month considering that November 2003, when the city tape-recorded a low of 6.1 degrees Celsius,” stated Kuldeep Srivastava, the head of the India Meteorological Department’s (IMD) local forecasting centre. The mercury dropped to 6.1 degrees Celsius at the Palam weather station.
For the plains, the IMD states a cold wave when the minimum temperature level is 10 degrees Celsius or below and is 4.5 notches less than the normal for two consecutive days. “Nevertheless, for little locations such as Delhi, a cold wave can be declared if the requirements is satisfied even for a day,” Srivastava said, including icy cold winds blowing from snow-laden western Himalayas have caused a dip in the mercury.
The minimum temperature level will rise by 2 to 3 degrees Celsius in the next 4 to 5 days under the influence of a fresh western disturbance. Jammu and Kashmir’s summertime capital Srinagar tape-recorded the coldest night of the season as the minimum temperature level dropped several degrees below the freezing point throughout Kashmir area, while the weather condition department predicted a spell of damp weather in the Valley from Monday.
Srinagar taped a low of minus 3 degrees Celsius on Saturday night which is the least expensive up until now this season, a weather condition department official stated, adding the minimum temperature settled below zero degree throughout the Kashmir valley. The popular ski-resort of Gulmarg in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district was the coldest recorded place in the valley at minus 7.4 degrees Celsius, while the mercury settled at a low of minus 5.6 degrees Celsius in Pahalgam tourist resort in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district, he said.
The official said a spell of rain and snow, particularly over the higher reaches, with light to moderate strength is more than likely to take place between November 23-25 “Snowfall over the higher reaches of north-west J-K and Sonmarg-Zojila area is likely to start from November 23 early morning and is most likely to affect both UTs till November 25,” he said.
Cold conditions continued to sweep a few districts of Himachal Pradesh with the meteorological department forecasting rain and snowfall in the state on Wednesday. The Shimla Meteorological Centre had earlier forecast rain and snowfall from Sunday-Wednesday. However, its director Manmohan Singh said on Sunday that a ‘yellow weather condition’ warning had actually been issued for heavy rain at separated locations in the mid-hills and snowfall in high hills of the state for Wednesday.
The weather condition office problems colour-coded cautions to alert individuals ahead of severe or dangerous weather condition that has the possible to cause damage, prevalent interruption or danger to life. Yellow, the least dangerous of all the cautions, indicates the possibility of severe weather over the next few days. Keylong in Lahaul and Spiti district was the coldest place in the state at minus 6.4 degrees Celsius. Kalpa in Kinnaur district recorded a low of minus 2.6 degrees Celsius.
The minimum temperature in Manali in Kullu district was at 0.2 degrees Celsius, while Kufri and Dalhousie taped 3.6 degrees Celsius and 3.8 degrees Celsius respectively. Shimla taped a low of 5.1 degrees Celsius. The greatest temperature level in the state was taped in Una at 23.2 degrees Celsius.
Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar recorded the most affordable temperature level in the state at 6.2 degrees Celsius with cold weather condition conditions prevailing in Gorakhpur, Varanasi, Allahabad and Kanpur divisions. The mercury fell to 7.3 degrees Celsius in Bareilly and state capital Lucknow recorded a minimum temperature level of 9.5 degrees Celsius, while both Agra and Meerut registered a low of 9.4 degrees Celsius. Allahabad tape-recorded a minimum temperature of 10.5 degrees Celsius, followed by Kanpur where the mercury settled at 10 degrees Celsius. The weatherman has actually forecast mist or shallow fog on Monday early morning and dry weather throughout Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Optimum and minimum temperatures hovered listed below regular limitations across Haryana and Punjab, with typical capital Chandigarh taping a high of 22.5 degrees Celsius, 4 notches listed below typical. Amritsar’s night temperature settled at 5.4 degrees Celsius, down one notch, while Narnaul in Haryana recorded a low of 6.4 degrees Celsius, down three degrees against the normal.
The mercury also dipped in parts of Rajasthan with Churu taping a minimum temperature of 5 degrees Celsius on Sunday, the most affordable in the state. The minimum temperatures in Sikar, Bhilwara, Pilani, Chittorgarh, Dabok and Ganganagar were recorded at 5.5 degrees Celsius, 6.5 degrees Celsius, 6.6 degrees Celsius, 7.4 degrees Celsius, 8 degrees Celsius and 8.8 degrees Celsius respectively.
According to the IMD, spread to fairly widespread rain and snow are highly likely over the Western Himalayan Region during November 23 and 26 while separated parts of Himachal Paradesh and Jammu and Kashmir might witness heavy snowfall on November 25.
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