IMD Alert : Cold is not reducing even after shining sunshine, IMD told when will there be relief from cold wave

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After snowfall in the mountains, the cold in the plains is not showing any sign of abating. After the rain has subsided in Delhi NCR, the shining sunshine is coming out, but it is failing to provide relief from the cold. Even the sun seems to be fading in front of the icy winds.

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Weather 7 February: After snowfall in the mountains, the cold in the plains is not showing any signs of abating. After the rain has subsided in Delhi NCR, the shining sunshine is coming out, but it is failing to provide relief from the cold. Even the sun seems to be fading in front of the icy winds. People are still facing a lot of problems due to dense fog in the morning. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department i.e. IMD has informed that there will be no fog on Wednesday, but there will be no respite from the cold wave.

Know when you will get relief from cold…

According to IMD information, the outbreak of icy winds will continue this week. Let us tell you that due to icy winds the temperature is not increasing even after sunshine. At the same time, cold will remain in Bihar, Punjab, Rajasthan and Haryana. After snowfall in Jammu-Kashmir, Himachal and Uttarakhand, the effect of cold is being seen in the plains. According to IMD, the effect of shivering cold will be seen in North India including Delhi NCR till 12th February. Along with this, there is a possibility of rain in Rajasthan Punjab Delhi NCR. According to the Meteorological Department, today i.e. on Wednesday, there will be sunshine in Delhi-NCR and many states of North India and the sky may remain clear during the day.

Snowfall on the mountains…

Due to snowfall in the mountains, cold is being felt very well in the plains. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for Delhi-NCR on Wednesday. The sky of Delhi may clear from Wednesday. After this, there is a possibility of the minimum temperature falling once again. Due to this, the cold may increase again in the morning from Wednesday and the minimum temperature may reach seven degrees Celsius on Thursday.

Today’s temperature…

Today’s minimum temperature in Delhi is likely to be 8 degrees Celsius and maximum temperature will be 18 degrees Celsius. The weather department has also issued a yellow alert for fog for the next two days. According to Skymet Weather, today i.e. on 7th February, light rain is expected in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and some parts of North-East India. Apart from this, there may be dense fog in some parts of Punjab, Haryana and Assam.

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