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Himachal Pradesh is witnessing increasing number of tourists due to continuous snowfall. The photo is of Manali.

The cold has increased after snowfall in the hilly areas and rain in the plains. Cold wave has started in many states. Changing weather has affected life. Some roads are closed due to snowfall, then due to fog, traffic is getting affected. Reports on weather from 7 states…

Himachal: 184 roads closed due to snowfall
Temperatures have reached minus 3 areas of Himachal Pradesh. Keylong recorded a temperature of minus (-) 10 degrees. Kalpa recorded minus 4.6 degrees and Manali recorded -2 ​​degrees. Keylong received 10 cm of snowfall. Kalpa has 4 snow and Manali 2 cm snowfall. As such, 184 roads including 3 National Highways are also closed in the state. The maximum number of 140 roads are closed in Lahaul-Spiti.

Jam from Manali to Solang Nalla ahead of Nehru Kund.  These vehicles belong to tourists.  Photo: Gaurishankar

Jam from Manali to Solang Nalla ahead of Nehru Kund. These vehicles belong to tourists. Photo: Gaurishankar

Madhya Pradesh: Mowtha soaked, Bhopal covered with fog sheet
Several cities of the state, including Bhopal, are receiving rains for the fourth consecutive day on Monday. The coldest fog also enveloped Sunday for the first time in the cold season. From 7:30 am to 11:30 am, 4 hours of visibility was 300 meters. With this, IndiGo’s Delhi flight was diverted to Indore, which reached Bhopal after one and a half hours.

Youth playing cricket on BHEL Dussehra ground in Bhopal.  Photo: Anil Dixit

Youth playing cricket on BHEL Dussehra ground in Bhopal. Photo: Anil Dixit

Rajasthan: Due to cold air, melting increased, mercury dropped 3 degrees in 3 hours
The winter has increased compared to the previous days, but the minimum temperature is still above normal. Due to cold winds throughout the day, the melting in the evening increased and in three hours the mercury dropped 3 degrees to 22 degrees to 19 degrees. The nighttime mercury in Mount Abu has fallen by 1.5 degrees in one day and 4 degrees in 2 days, causing a harsh winter. On Sunday, the minimum temperature was recorded 4 degrees and the maximum was 19.4 degrees. Due to snowfall in the mountains, the cold will increase further in the state in the coming days.

Tourist skiing near Nehru Kund in Manali.

Tourist skiing near Nehru Kund in Manali.

Haryana: Nighttime mercury 6.7 degrees in Bhiwani
After heavy snowfall in the mountains and rain in the plains, the cold has started in Haryana. The mercury in Bhiwani recorded a low of 6.7 degrees in the plains of the country. The daytime temperature went down to 8 degrees below normal. The temperature in Karnal and Kurukshetra was 14 degrees.

Visibility at GT Road in Panipat was reduced to 60 meters.

Visibility at GT Road in Panipat was reduced to 60 meters.

Gujarat: 87-year record broken, 45.4 mm rain in December
For the first time in the history of Surat, December received 45.4 mm of rain. This broke the record of 42.4 mm of rain in 1933. According to the Meteorological Department, the minimum temperature of the city was recorded at 20.4 degrees and maximum 26.6 degrees on Sunday. The meteorological department predicts cloudy weather from Monday. With this, the temperature is likely to go above 30 degrees.

Due to increasing cold in Surat, the purchase of warm clothes has intensified.

Due to increasing cold in Surat, the purchase of warm clothes has intensified.

Bihar: Flight late due to fog, 8 trains canceled
Due to the dense fog in Patna, 15 to 20 flights are being delayed daily for the last 10 days. On Sunday also 14 flights were delayed. Of these, one flight landed in Patna with a delay of 2 hours 15 minutes and the rest about one hour. Due to fog, 8 special trains have been canceled from 16 December to 2 February.

Delhi: Orange alert about fog
The Meteorological Department has issued an orange and yellow alert in Delhi in view of the possibility of dense fog. Officials say that there will be dense fog in Delhi on 15 December. The cold has also increased due to rain in Delhi. The Meteorological Department says that due to snowfall in the hilly areas, the temperature will fall further.

The photo of 9 am Monday is from Delhi-Meerut Express Way.

The photo of 9 am Monday is from Delhi-Meerut Express Way.

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