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There will be no respite from the cold in these states including Delhi-UP, the temperature will drop

Due to its shift to the east, there will be a drop in the temperature of many states. Along with this, cold will also increase in many states of North West India. According to the weather forecasting department, after the passing of the western disturbance, the wind direction will change from southwest to northwest.

New Delhi: Rapid changes are being seen in the weather of North West India. This change is being seen due to western disturbance. But now the Western Disturbance is shifting towards the East. Due to its shift to the east, there will be a drop in the temperature of many states. Along with this, cold will also increase in many states of North West India.


According to the weather forecasting department, after the passing of the western disturbance, the wind direction will change from southwest to northwest. Due to this, there will be a drop in temperature in Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, West Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan during the next 2-3 days. According to the Meteorological Department, surface winds will blow in Delhi.


Once again the temperature in Delhi is likely to come into single digits. However, this will not last long and after February 14, the temperature will start rising again. This drop in temperature will be for a short period of time. Due to this, there is no possibility of a cold wave in any part of North West India. In fact, by February 14, the Western Disturbance will reach the Western Himalayan region.


Lahaul Spiti temperature

Snowfall has been seen in Lahaul Spiti, Kinnaur, Chamba, Kullu and Kinnaur for last 24 hours. The lowest temperature in Lahaul Spiti has reached minus 3.5 degree Celsius. In other areas of Himachal, the temperature remained very low. It was minus 1.3 degrees Celsius in Kukumseri, minus 0.4 degrees in Kalpa, minus 0.2 degrees in Narkanda, 2.2 degrees in Kufri, 2.6 degrees in Manali, 1.9 degrees in Dalhousie and 5.5 degrees in Shimla.


Rain in hilly areas

In Himachal Pradesh, intermittent rains are being seen continuously over the hills of medium and low altitudes. Different places are getting different amounts of rain. Manali has recorded 38 mm of rain, Bhuntar 10.5 mm, Reckong Peo 5.5 mm, and Chamba 11 mm. Rain has also been recorded in Dharamshala, Palampur, Mandi, and Bilaspur. Snowfall has started again in Lahaul Spiti.

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