IMD Predicts Cold Wave In Most Parts of North India For Next Two Days

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Cold wave forecast to continue in entire North India: IMD had earlier predicted that the mercury will go further to minus degree Celsius in the first week of January, the overall temperature at Safdarjung Observatory located in the Indian national capital New Delhi to remain between ten to seven degrees Celsius has been predicted by IMD.

According to the IMD forecast, there is a possibility of heavy haze and dark dense fog continuing in many areas of the entire northwest and adjoining central India plains till Thursday.

According to the IMD forecast, there is a possibility of heavy haze and dark dense fog continuing in many areas of the entire northwest and adjoining central India plains till Thursday.

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The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), New Delhi, said on Monday that in the next two days, there is a possibility of severe cold wave due to heavy cold in some areas of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh as well as North Rajasthan. Along with this, IMD is predicting that there will be severe fog and dense fog in many areas of North and West as well as Eastern India for the next three days and the dense fog will disappear after a few days.

IMD is predicting extremely dense fog and mist during night and morning hours in all areas of entire Punjab state from Monday to Friday. Along with this, there is a possibility of dense fog in Haryana and Chandigarh from Monday to Wednesday and after that, severe dense fog will prevail in different areas for the next two days. According to IMD, dense fog is going to prevail in all the important areas of Uttarakhand state from Tuesday to Saturday. Along with this, IMD has expressed the possibility of severe dense fog in eastern Rajasthan from Tuesday to Wednesday and severe dense fog in the morning and night in many areas of western Rajasthan on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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IMD forecasts dense fog to prevail in the hilly state of Himachal Pradesh till Saturday, dense fog to prevail in the state of Uttar Pradesh till Thursday, severe fog to prevail in isolated areas in Madhya Pradesh during the early morning hours of Tuesday. IMD Has been imposed by.

Along with this, IMD has predicted dense fog in Bihar, Gangetic West Bengal, Odisha, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram as well as Tripura state on Tuesday and Thursday.

Also, IMD has predicted severe dense fog in Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim as well as Jharkhand state on Tuesday and Wednesday.

IMD has also predicted heavy rain in all areas of Southern Tamil Nadu, Southern Kerala as well as Lakshadweep from Monday to Wednesday.

IMD has predicted heavy rain in Lakshadweep from Monday to Thursday and in Kerala state from Monday to Thursday.

Even before this, IMD had predicted the mercury to fall in the first week of January.

The weather temperature at Safdarjung Observatory located in the Indian national capital New Delhi has been predicted to remain between seven degrees Celsius out of ten.

According to the forecast of the India Meteorological Department, chances of severe haze and dense fog arise only when the visibility drops to between zero and fifty meters.

When visibility is between fifty-one and two hundred metres, ‘dense’ fog occurs, according to the IMD.

Along with this, when visibility is recorded between 201 and 500 metres, ‘moderate’ fog conditions occur.

According to IMD, when the visibility is between five hundred and one thousand meters, that situation is called ‘shallow’ fog.

Due to dense fog, Ranchi-New Delhi Rajdhani Express as well as all the twenty-one trains coming to Delhi are continuously running late, due to which there is a situation of disappointment among the railway passengers.

According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), on Monday, the main weather station (observatory) of the capital Delhi, Safdarjung, has witnessed shallow fog with visibility of seven hundred meters and visibility of twelve hundred meters in Palam.

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