People in northern India are currently facing severe frost. The cold wind that blew through the mountains made many states tremble. Be it Delhi or Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh or UP, Punjab or Haryana, Uttarakhand or Bihar, the news of cold wave and more fog is coming from everywhere. According to the Department of Meteorology, the northern part of India does not seem to be relieved of the cold yet.
Talking about the severity of cold in various regions on Friday, Delhi’s Aya Nagar recorded a temperature of 1.8 degrees Celsius. Bikaner in Rajasthan fared worse as the minimum temperature dipped to zero degrees Celsius, and Churu recorded 1 degree Celsius. Madhya Pradesh also witnessed extreme cold with Nogaon recording a minimum temperature of 0.2 degrees and Khajuraho recording 2.6 degrees.
Frost is visible on the mountain. Uttarakhon province has not received rain for the past 83 days and in November and December Here, Utarakan recorded 98% less than normal rain. Chilla Kalan in Jammu and Kashmir is experiencing frost and cold wave.
In Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, the number of patients in hospitals has increased due to cold weather. In some districts of Uttar Pradesh, including Kanpur, people suffered strokes and heart attacks due to the cold, and dozens died in the last 48 hours. The frost situation in Varanasi and surrounding cities can be gauged from the fact that frost broke an 8-year-old record on Thursday. Similarly, in Bihar, the oppression of the cold continues, which is evident in the hospitals. In Gopalganj, seven people died in the last 24 hours and a large number of stroke patients were taken to the hospital. Bihar’s capital Patna has been experiencing continuous fog and cold waves for the past few days and strong winds drove people indoors on Friday as well.
The Department of Meteorology said that in these two days, North India will not get relief from the cold. According to the department, in the next 48 hours, the cold wave will continue in Delhi, UP, Bihar and other states of the north of India and there may be snow in the mountains after January 8.