New Delhi: Half of February has passed but in many parts of the country, the icy winds have kept it oppressed. These icy winds are drying the weather and increasing the cold with melting in the morning and evening. According to the Meteorological Department, strong winds will blow in NCR and western Uttar Pradesh including the national capital Delhi today. Although the weather will be clear and there will be strong sunshine throughout the day. Along with this, a slight increase in the temperature of Delhi can be recorded.
Weather condition of Uttar Pradesh
On the other hand, if we talk about Lucknow, the capital of UP, cold winds will blow throughout the day and the minimum temperature will be 10 degrees and the maximum temperature will be 24 degrees. Along with this, the minimum temperature in Noida and Ghaziabad is expected to go up to 14 degree Celsius and maximum temperature up to 25 degree Celsius. Along with this, talking about eastern Uttar Pradesh, the weather in Varanasi will be slightly cooler. Here the minimum temperature will be 11 degrees and the maximum temperature will be 24 degrees. Along with this, a warning has also been issued for light strong winds here.
Bihar is troubled by the cold
Pachhua cold continues in many districts including Patna, the capital of Bihar. Strong winds have been blowing here for the last 2 days. However, according to the Meteorological Department, there will be a change in the weather next week and there can be some relief from the cold. Today on Wednesday, the weather will be clear in Patna throughout the day and the maximum temperature will go up to 24 degrees.
rain-snow warning here
According to the Meteorological Department, light rain or snowfall can be seen in many hilly areas from 15 to 17 February. According to IMD, light rain or snowfall will be seen in remote areas of Kashmir and Ladakh between February 15 and 17. At the same time, in Arunachal Pradesh in the northeast, the rains may continue till February 17.
Gardeners in Himachal are worried due to the change in weather
At this time, the temperature of Himachal Pradesh, known for its cold weather, is increasing. Due to this, along with the common people, the gardeners are also worried. According to the Meteorological Center Shimla, the maximum temperature at most of the stations in the state has been above normal by 3 to 7 degrees Celsius in the past days. Due to this, the gardeners are worried that there may be premature flowering in the gardens, due to which their crops will be ruined.
In Shimla, the temperature increased by 9 degrees in two days.
According to the Meteorological Department, Shimla’s maximum temperature was 9.5 degrees on Sunday, which has now reached 18.2 degrees. Shimla’s maximum temperature has also increased by about 9 degrees in two days. Solan’s temperature was 16.5 degrees on Sunday which has now gone up to 25 degrees. Manali’s temperature increased by 6 degrees to 16.8 degrees as compared to last Sunday. There has been a jump of 10.8 degrees in the temperature from here. However, the department has said that from February 17, the weather will take a turn and there may be snowfall in some places, due to which the maximum temperature will fall.