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Heavy snowfall occurred in Srinagar on Tuesday, after which a thick sheet of snow fell on the vehicles standing on the roads.

Heavy rain or snowfall is also expected during the next 24 hours at different places in Gilgit-Baltistan, Muzaffarabad and Himachal Pradesh. Heavy rains are expected at isolated places in Punjab, South Coastal Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal. Heavy snowfall occurred in Kashmir on Tuesday and hail in Rajasthan. In most places of Gujarat and South Interior Karnataka, the temperature in the Gangetic coast in West Bengal was 1.6 to 3.0 degrees above normal.

Daylight reached 6 degrees above sunshine in MP’s Bhopal

As the wind changed, the mood in Madhya Pradesh also changed. In the capital city of Bhopal on Tuesday afternoon, it was sunny when there was thick cloud. This increased the day’s temperature by 6 degrees. The day temperature was recorded at 25.3 degrees. It was 1 degree above normal. The night temperature was 16.7 degrees. It was 7 degrees above normal. This is the highest night temperature in January in the past 5 years.

Roads got wet due to rains in Raisen, Madhya Pradesh, during which fog also covered.

Roads got wet due to rains in Raisen, Madhya Pradesh, during which fog also covered.

Dense fog in many districts of Rajasthan, lowest mercury in Sriganganagar

After the harsh winter, rains and hail are continuing in Rajasthan. Rain and hail fell in many areas of the state including Jaipur, Churu, Sriganganagar, Alwar for the fifth consecutive day. There was a thick fog in the morning. It was 2 inches in Srimadhopur in Sikar district, sixty two inches in Sambhar, Jaipur. However, the mercury rose to 10 degrees even after the rain. Most mercury increased in Pilani. The mercury in the night rose from 4 degrees to 14.1 degrees here. Apart from this, the night temperature in all the cities was more than 10 degrees.

Jhunjhunun in Rajasthan received rains for a long time and the roads were flooded.

Jhunjhunun in Rajasthan received rains for a long time and the roads were flooded.

CG left only fog due to excess moisture in air

The fog is still intact after the winter subsides. Ambikapur, the coldest district of Chhattisgarh, has day and night temperatures of 5 degrees above normal. Humidity is more in the air coming from the southeast than in the north, so the cold has decreased. In the name of cold, due to this moisture, only light fog has survived in the morning and night in the outer. According to weather experts, the cold will not increase until the impact of the Western Disturbance is over.

Picture of a bird sitting in the fog in Dhamtari, Chhattisgarh at 6 am.

Picture of a bird sitting in the fog in Dhamtari, Chhattisgarh at 6 am.

After the snowfall in Himachal, the problems of people living in the mountainous areas increased.

The freezing cold and snowfall in the high altitude areas have added to people’s woes. Its widespread impact is being seen in district Shimla. About 56 routes have closed in Himachal on Tuesday afternoon. The temperature in Shimla has dropped to 7.5 ° C in the last 24 hours. According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, the weather will be bad even today and the continuous snowfall will continue. Kufri and Narkanda, the tourist destinations adjoining the city, are closed to traffic.

The cold in Himachal Pradesh increased considerably after the snowfall.  Tourists enjoying the weather in the photo.

The cold in Himachal Pradesh increased considerably after the snowfall. Tourists enjoying the weather in the photo.

The mercury reaches 14 degrees in Punjab

Drizzle occurred in many districts of the state. This brought the average daytime mercury to 18 degrees, while the nighttime mercury rose to 14 degrees. In Jalandhar it rained late. Low pressure of air will be active for the next 2 days. There will be deep mist in the beginning of the day. 11 districts of Pathankot, Gurdaspur, Amritsar, Hoshiarpur, Tarn Taran, Nawanshahar, Kapurthala, Fatehgarh Sahib, Patiala, Mohali, Rupnagar are expected to reach Bandabandi on Wednesday.

After the rains in Ludhiana, the maximum temperature was 23.20 and the minimum was 12.20.

After the rains in Ludhiana, the maximum temperature was 23.20 and the minimum was 12.20.

After two days, the temperature will drop in Bihar, cold will increase

In Patna, in the month of January, the heat is felt instead of bitter cold. This change in weather is due to clouds in the sky due to moist winds. With this, maximum and minimum temperatures in Bihar were recorded above four to five degrees Celsius above normal. This weather condition will remain for 48 hours. After which the air will be dry. The impact of snowfall on the mountains will be visible in all parts of Bihar including Patna.

A drop in temperature will be recorded. The temperature in Patna remained stable on Tuesday. Maximum temperature was recorded at 25.9 degree Celsius and minimum 13 degree Celsius. Earlier on January 5, 2020, the maximum temperature was 18.2 degrees and the minimum was 12.5 degrees. The maximum temperature is forecast to be 27 degrees and a minimum of 14 degrees Celsius on Wednesday.

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