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Saturday, 2 January 2021

Cold will annoy in the new year:

-4.4 Celsius in Mount Abu, Rajasthan; Mercury 1.1 Celsius in Delhi, lowest temperature after 14 years
21 hours ago


The cold has also shone in the new year. Mercury is running below 5 Celsius in 11 districts of Rajasthan. Thursday (December 31) was the coldest night in 24 years in Hisar, Haryana. 

The meteorological department has issued rain alert in Madhya Pradesh and Punjab. Snow may also fall in many districts of Madhya Pradesh.

Delhi: The lowest temperature in 14 years is recorded in

Delhi. The first day of the new year recorded a temperature of 1.1 degrees. It has the lowest temperature in 14 years. The first recorded temperature in January 2006 was 0.2 degrees. 

According to the meteorological department, Kuldeep Srivastava, president of the lowest minimum meteorological department regional forecasting center, said visibility was shuffled on Friday due to fog in Palam and Safdarjung areas.

Visibility is 0 to 50 m in fog, 51 to 200 m in fog, 201 to 500 m in moderate fog and 500 to 1000 m in low fog.

On the morning of January 1, the visibility in Delhi has dropped to 200 meters

Madhya Pradesh: Nighttime mercury dropped by 0.3 Celsius in

Bhopal, winds blew at a speed of 20 kmph. Most parts of Madhya Pradesh, including Bhopal, remained cold even on the last day of the year. Bhopal recorded a drop in night temperature. The daytime temperature was recorded at 24.4 degrees.

The night temperature dropped by 0.3 degrees to 9.9 degrees. The wind was blowing at a speed of 20 km per hour in Bhopal on Thursday night. It was cold in Gwalior, Dhar, Narsinghpur, Rajgarh and Khajuraho.

 Meteorologists forecast cloudy skies and light rains in Bhopal from January 2. Rain and snow may also fall in many areas of Malwa-Nimad.

Crossing the road from Indore to Satwas and then five km of dense forest, if you reach this place, your eyes will keep on seeing.

Rajasthan: Mount Abu is the coldest place in Rajasthan with a temperature of 4.4 degrees Celsius

. For the fourth day in a row on Thursday, Mercury remained in minus 3 and recorded zero in Seeker. The temperature remained below 5 degrees in 11 cities, including Jaipur.

 Mount Abu was the coldest with -4.4 ડિગ્રી C. The crop is frozen. Meteorologists forecast light rain and snowfall in many areas on Friday due to activation of Western Disturbances. Rain and snowfall is expected in many places including Jaipur, Ajmer, Jhunjhunu, Sikar, Tonk, Kota, Bundi, Dhaulpur in the next 24 hours.

This picture is of Sikar from Rajasthan. Here in the morning the snow on the trees froze.

Punjab: Bathinda at 0 degrees, Yellow Alert declared

Orange Alert has been declared in all the districts of Punjab due to cold and fog.The temperature in Bathinda reached 0 degrees on Wednesday night. A yellow alert has been issued for the cold snap until January 4. It may rain in many places between January 1 and 4.

 The Meteorological Department issues a Red, Orange, Yellow Alert when it gets colder, hotter or later rainy in some areas. When the weather in a city is normal, it is placed in the green category.

 Currently Punjab is on Orange Alert. So you have to be careful before leaving home.

Visibility has decreased in Amritsar, Punjab due to cold.

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Haryana: The coldest night in Hisar in 24 years has

now entered Haryana. The night mercury has reached 8 degrees below normal. In Hisa it was minus 1.2 degrees. This December is the lowest in 24 years. 

The previous temperature was minus 1.8 degrees on December 10, 1996. Also, the daytime temperature in Karnal was recorded at 12.9 degrees, which is 6 degrees below normal. HAU Hisar Meteorological Department Chairman Dr. According to Madan Khichdar, cold winds will come from the Arabian Sea.

This could lead to light to moderate rainfall after January 2. According to agricultural experts, cold and rains will benefit 31.86 lakh hectares of sun crops, including 24.87 lakh hectares of wheat.

Mist on leaves in the morning in Hisar, Haryana

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