New Year celebrations disrupted: Mercury reaches 3.3 degrees in Delhi, minus 4 degrees at Mount Abu

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Today’s temperature: The whole of India is covered with ice from the Himalayas. Due to this, it is very cold all over North India. According to the Meteorological Department, the temperature may drop further.

Winter of New Year celebrations (2021) can disrupt severe winters. The lowest temperature recorded this season has been recorded in Delhi. The temperature at Safdarjung in Delhi today was recorded at 3.3 degrees Celsius, while the mercury reached four degrees at Mount Abu in Rajasthan. The whole of India is covered with ice from the Himalayas. Due to this, it is very cold all over North India. According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the temperature may drop further.

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The temperature tends to drop due to icy winds. The Meteorological Department has forecast light rain in Delhi on the night of January 2. Then, in the second week of January, there could be a cold spell across northern India. The IMD said mercury could drop further on New Year’s Eve and similar conditions are expected in some parts of the city within the next three days.

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Kuldeep Srivastava, head of the IMD’s regional forecasting center, said: “Snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand is due to the unrest in the west. . ”

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New Year celebrations disrupted: Mercury reaches 3.3 degrees in Delhi, minus 4 degrees at Mount Abu
New Year celebrations disrupted: Mercury reaches 3.3 degrees in Delhi, minus 4 degrees at Mount Abu

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