Weather Update today: Rain increases cold in Delhi-NCR, IMD issues yellow alert, know how the weather will be in the next two days

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Weather News 1 February: The cold wave is not showing signs of abating in entire North India including the capital Delhi. It remained cloudy the whole day on Wednesday, after which it has been raining lightly to moderately since the evening.

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Rain and strong wind have dropped the temperature of Delhi-NCR by three degrees. To escape the chill, people are taking help of heaters and bonfires. The rainy season will continue today i.e. Thursday also.

The Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a yellow alert for rain for the next two days. People of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan including Delhi-NCR are suffering due to the shivering cold. It has been raining since early morning today.

Meteorological Department alert…

According to IMD information, the weather is changing in the mountainous areas due to Western Disturbance. Due to a new western disturbance, the Meteorological Department has reported snowfall at different places in Jammu-Kashmir and Ladakh on 1 February. Let us tell you that there is a possibility of light snowfall after the rain in Devbhoomi Uttarakhand.

People of Delhi-NCR troubled by cold winds

Now the intensity of cold is increasing even more due to icy winds. Due to the increase in the speed of these winds coming from the north-west direction on Wednesday, severe cold is being felt since Thursday morning. It has been raining since Wednesday evening. Let us tell you that till 5 pm, 8.5 mm rain was recorded in the capital Delhi.

According to the information of the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of light rain during the day in many areas of Delhi on Thursday morning. Today’s minimum temperature in Delhi is likely to be eight degrees Celsius and maximum temperature will be 19 degrees Celsius. The weather department has also issued a yellow alert for fog for the next two days.

Rain alert here…

According to the information of the Meteorological Department, the weather may change in the western Himalayan region due to western disturbance. An alert of snowfall along with rain has been issued here.

According to the information received, the Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of two new western disturbances amid the melting winter. Due to active Western Disturbance, rain and snowfall is also being predicted. Let us tell you that there is a possibility of rain and snowfall in some states of the country in the next two days.

It will rain for three more days

According to the information of the Meteorological Department, the outbreak of rain will continue for the next three days. Apart from drizzle, there is also a possibility of fog. An increase in temperature will be seen only after the rain.

It is bitterly cold…

The cold is going to increase from the hilly states to the plains. Especially in Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh. Here, in the next few days, people are being troubled not by cold wave, but by severe cold wave.

Let us tell you that the Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued an alert of ‘Cold Day’ and ‘Severe Cold Day’ in some parts of North India like Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Rajasthan. The minimum temperature recorded today in Delhi is 8 degrees Celsius, while the maximum temperature can reach 19 degrees Celsius.

Will get relief from cold

According to IMD information, the temperature will increase after the rain and people in the plains will get relief from the freezing cold. Let us tell you that in the next 3-5 days, the minimum temperature is likely to increase by 2-3 degrees Celsius in many parts of North-West India.

According to the report, dense fog may occur during morning and night in many parts of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. Dense fog may occur in some parts of North Rajasthan, North Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand and North-East India. There is dew in Delhi NCR since morning and Noida, Ghaziabad, Meerut, Muzaffarnagar are also in the grip of dense fog.

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