With the emergence of the new year, the increasing cold has also disturbed the people of India. Thick fog was reported in most of the north Indian states on Friday morning. On the other hand, cold winds are blowing in the capital Delhi as well with dense fog.
Outbreak of cold winds in Delhi
The Meteorological Department has confirmed that till January 2, cold winds will continue in the capital Delhi. Delhi’s Safdarjung area recorded a minimum temperature of 1.6 on Friday morning, which means the Dilliwasi will face cold wave for a few more days. The Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi remained in the ‘severe’ category since Friday morning. Air AQI 332 was registered in Delhi.
Chance of dense fog for the next 2 days
Hisar in Haryana had a minimum temperature of 1.2 degrees and Mines in Churu in Rajasthan recorded 0.2 degrees. The meteorological department gave this information. According to the Meteorological Department, there will be a possibility of dense fog in some areas of Delhi, Chandigarh, Haryana and Punjab for the next 2 days, because dense fog is being recorded in these states of North India continuously since last week, and due to this people will get a lot of Trouble has to be raised.
Cold will increase in Patna of Bihar
Even in Patna, the capital of Bihar, the weather is changing every day. The minimum temperature has been rising for two consecutive days. According to the Meteorological Department, the fog may become more dense. Day temperatures may also decrease. According to Meteorological Center Patna, light fog will occur in Purnia, Gaya and Muzaffarpur.
The highest temperature in Bihar was 25.2 degrees Celsius in Farbisganj, while the lowest in Dehri onsone was recorded at seven degrees. In Bihar, the minimum temperature dropped by an average of one degree Celsius.
Bathinda city of Punjab
In Punjab, on the last day of the year 2020, Bathinda recorded the coldest city among the cities of Punjab. On Thursday, the minimum temperature was -0.5 degrees and the maximum temperature was 14.8 degrees. According to the Meteorological Department, the temperature of Bathinda never dropped to minus one on the last day of the year. At this time, the temperature is running 5 degrees below the average due to severe cold.