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Cold Weather update: No respite from bone-chilling cold, temperature to go below 0 degree Celsius

Cold Weather update: There has been no respite from the cold in north India, including Delhi, NCR. Cold wave can be more severe from Saturday. From January 16 to 19, the minimum temperature in Delhi can touch 1 to 2 degrees Celsius. In some districts of Rajasthan, there is possibility that minimum temperature can go below 0 degree.

Western Disturbance will end today

According to Indian Metrological department (IMD), the effect of western disturbance will end on Friday, due to which the temperature is rising now. However, the temperature will start falling again from Saturday. This phase of severe cold wave is expected to end on January 19. The Meteorological Department has already declared the cold of January this year as the third highest in 23 years.

Cold Weather update

Over the next week, the minimum temperature will range between 0 and 4 degrees Celsius in Punjab, Haryana, New Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Norther Madhya Pradesh.

“I’m not sure how to say this, but the forthcoming #Coldwave in #India looks pretty extreme from the 14th to the 19th of January 2023, with a peak on the 16th and 18th. I’ve never seen a temperature ensemble dip this low in a prediction model in my career. In the plains, temperatures ranged from -4°C to +2°C “The weather expert tweeted, accompanying his post with a graphical representation of how the cold wave will affect the northern plains over the course of the week.

While there has been a substantial improvement in the fog situation in North India over the previous few days as a result of strong winds blowing in due to a Western Disturbance, the relief, according to Met experts, will not stay long as the chill and fog will return shortly.

Over the last three days, the fog condition in Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan, and West UP has improved slightly.

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