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Weather Update: Heavy foggy weather in Delhi-NCR, it is raining again in the state

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Delhi Weather Update: According to IMD, there is a possibility of cloudy skies in Delhi and adjoining areas due to active western weather conditions. However, the IMD has forecast rains and snowfall in Uttarakhand from February 14 to 16.

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National Capital Delhi (Delhi) And on Sunday morning there was dense fog in the surrounding area and because of this the visibility of Safdarjung dropped to 150 meters at Palam and about 200 meters in the morning. India Meteorological Department (IMD) According to it, there is a possibility of dense fog in Delhi on Monday morning. Dense fog was also recorded at Laxminagar, Geeta Colony, Punjabi Bagh, Singhu border in Delhi. Along with this, dense fog was also recorded in Chandigarh, Ambala, Amritsar, Patiala, Ludhiana, Hisar, Rajkot, Berili. Visibility was recorded at 25 m in Amritsar, Patiala, Ambala and Berili, while in Naliya, Hisar and Rajkot it was around 200 m.

According to the IMD, there is a possibility of cloudy skies in Delhi and surrounding areas due to active western instability. However, the IMD has forecast rains and snowfall in Uttarakhand from February 14 to 16. The meteorological office has forecast rains and hailstorms in Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Orissa, South Central Maharashtra and Marathwada between February 16-11.

Due to dry weather in Uttar Pradesh, there was thick fog in various places on Sunday. The state capital Lucknow recorded a low of 11.5 degrees Celsius and Prayagraj a low of 11.3 degrees Celsius, the meteorological department said on Saturday. Shahjahanpur was the coldest place in the state where mercury was recorded at 6.0 degrees Celsius.

Weather update: Fog thickens in Delhi-NCR; Air quality ‘too bad’

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Kailong, the administrative center of Lahul and Spiti tribes in Himachal Pradesh, recorded the lowest temperature of minus 5.9 degrees Celsius on Saturday, making it the coldest place in Himachal Pradesh. According to the Meteorological Department, the lowest temperature recorded on Saturday was 4.4 degrees Celsius. Manali, Dalhousie and Kufri recorded lows of 2.4, 3.3 and 9.9 degrees Celsius respectively. The Meteorological Department has forecast dry weather in the hill states from February 14 to 19.

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