Weather Today 16 January: cold wave to severe cold wave conditions continue to persist until Wednesday over regions of north India, including Delhi-NCR regions. The mercury in Delhi-NCR will remain at 3 degrees Celsius on Monday and Tuesday, according to the India Meteorological Department.
(Weather Today 16 January) The outbreak of cold wave is severe in the entire North-West India and every day the mercury is setting new records of fall. According to the Meteorological Department, people are not expected to get relief from this for the next two-three days. According to the forecast of MID, the condition of cold day and cold wave will continue in many areas of the north-west. Along with this, dense fog is expected to continue wreaking havoc in many areas including Punjab, Haryana, Bihar, Eastern Uttar Pradesh.
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Significantly, since the first day of the new year, the entire plains of the country have been living under severe cold. On the other hand, it is raining along with snowfall at many places on the mountains. Due to this the difficulties of the people have increased. There are chances of rain along with snowfall at isolated places in the western Himalayan region.
On the other hand, the weather in Uttarakhand is going to take a turn once again from today. There is a possibility of rain with snowfall in the higher Himalayan regions from today for the next few days. While the low-lying areas may remain cloudy at many places. The temperature of Kedarnath Dham is around minus two degrees.
According to the latest forecast by the Indian Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of severe cold wave in Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Uttar Pradesh for the next two days. Due to the cold winds blowing in the plains, severe cold conditions will continue in many states, as well as the mercury may drop further. That is, the condition of cold wave will continue in different parts of the plains of the country.
In the midst of melting cold wave, mist and fog have also put people in trouble. Due to the fog, the visibility becomes very low at many places in the morning. Due to which traffic along with the life of common people is getting affected a lot. Traffic has been hit the most due to the fog. There is a brake on the speed. Fog is also affecting long distance trains. Trains are also getting delayed and many trains are getting canceled every day. Due to this, the passengers are facing huge problems.
According to private weather forecasting agency Skymet Weather, a series of western disturbances are expected to reach the western Himalayas between January 19 and 26. A cyclonic circulation is expected to develop over Haryana and North Rajasthan around January 23. There is a possibility of rain in many parts of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, North Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan from 23 to 25 January. Isolated acute spells may occur during this period. This is probably the first and last widespread rainfall over the Indo-Gangetic plains and parts of central India.
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