Delhi-NCR, Kashmir gripped by fog


In several areas of Delhi-NCR weather update, fog has spread since today (Tuesday) morning. Several vehicles were also crushed due to fog near the peripheral highway.

The climate of the northern and central Indian states is constantly changing. Fog has been observed in many parts of the national capital Delhi since this morning (Tuesday). Visibility is reduced due to fog. There are also reports of head-on collisions between several vehicles due to fog near peripheral highways. At the same time, Jammu and Kashmir has also received some relief from the winter as the minimum temperature in the valley rose slightly on Monday, though it is still below zero degrees in all weather stations.

Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, recorded a low of minus 2 degrees Celsius last night, compared to minus 3.6 degrees Celsius the previous night, officials said. He said the lowest temperature recorded in Kazigund was minus 5.5 degrees Celsius, up from minus 3.3 degrees Celsius the night before.

Winter conditions continued in most parts of Punjab and Haryana and minimum temperatures were recorded below normal. Meteorological Department officials said that the temperature in Adampur in Punjab was recorded at 4. 4. degree Celsius and it was the coldest place. Amritsar recorded 0.5 degree Celsius, Batinda 5 degree Celsius, Faridkot 5.8 degree Celsius and Halwara 5.5 degree Celsius. The minimum temperatures in Ludhiana, Patiala and Gurudaspur were also below normal.

According to the meteorological department, the minimum temperature in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, was recorded at 6.6 degrees Celsius, while Prayagraj had a minimum temperature of 6.2 degrees Celsius. Furasatganj (in Amethi district) was the coldest place in the state, where the mercury fell.4 degrees Celsius. The weather is expected to be dry in the morning of February 9 and foggy in the evening.



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We tell you that the lowest temperature recorded in the country in January this year was the warmest in the last 62 years. The Indian Meteorological Department said on Monday. South India was particularly hot. This month was the warmest in 121 years and the temperature in South India was 22.33 degrees Celsius. In 1919 it was 22.14 degrees Celsius and in 2020 it was 21.93 ্টি C, which was the second and third warmest month.

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