India Weather News: Like monsoon, winter is also setting new records. Due to the ongoing snowfall in the hill states, cold winds are blowing in the plains, due to which the people of North India have started shivering. From November 15 onwards, the temperature is falling rapidly. Winter has already started making records in Delhi-NCR. Sunday was the coldest day in the last five years. The minimum temperature was recorded at 7.9 degrees Celsius, two Celsius below normal.
The minimum para has gone below zero in Kashmir. Officials of the Meteorological Department said that the minimum temperature in Srinagar was recorded below minus 2.1 degree Celsius on Sunday night, which is the lowest temperature so far this season. Pahalgam tourist resort, one of the base camps for the annual Amarnath Yatra in south Kashmir, recorded a low of minus 3.4 degrees Celsius, making it the coldest place in the Valley.
Record breaking cold in Delhi-NCR
In Delhi-NCR, the minimum temperature of the season was recorded at 7.8 degree Celsius on Sunday, which is the coldest night in the last five years. According to meteorologists, the cold winds coming from the mountains i.e. from the north-west direction are increasing the chill in the plains. This is the reason why the temperature of Delhi-NCR has dropped so much. According to the Meteorological Department, fog will increase in the coming days as the temperature drops and there will be fog during the day as well.
cold started in rajasthan
Winter has already started shivering in Rajasthan. Due to the fog at night, the temperature drops below 7 degrees. The Meteorological Department told that from the beginning of December, the winter may increase further. In most of the districts of the state, the minimum temperature can go below 7 degrees. Apart from this, cold wave has also been predicted in the districts. According to the Meteorological Department, the minimum temperature in the capital Jaipur will be 10 degree Celsius and the maximum temperature will be 27 degree on Sunday.
Chance of rain in southern states
Meanwhile, the rainy season is still continuing in many southern states. Even today, the Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of rain in many places including Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Puducherry, Andaman and Nicobar Islands. According to the Meteorological Department, a fresh cyclonic circulation is likely to emerge over the North Andaman Sea. Due to this, the weather will change rapidly.