Winter vacations: Following Haryana, Chandigarh, an order has been issued in Rajasthan’s Udpur district to keep all schools up to class 8 closed until January 18 due to a cold wave. Previously, the Punjab and Haryana governments ordered that all schools in the state be closed until January 21, 2023. The Meteorological Department’s warning was expected to increase school holidays in Delhi-NCR and West UP, but no order has been issued in this regard. However, the Gorakhpur district administration ordered the closure of all schools up to and including class 12 until January 17. According to reports, the Meerut district administration has also ordered the closure of schools up to and including class 8 until January 17. As usual, all schools in the rest of Uttar Pradesh will open before 10 a.m.
The cold will become more severe in Delhi and Western Uttar Pradesh.
The cold wave has returned to Delhi-NCR as a result of snowfall in the hilly areas. At the same time, a cold wave is possible in western Uttar Pradesh over the next few days. On Sunday, the minimum temperature in many parts of Delhi fell below four degrees Celsius. For the next three days, the Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert. Most of the NCR was cold on Sunday morning. The minimum temperature was 4.7 degrees, representing a five-degree drop.
Yellow alert has been issued for Delhi:
The cold wave has returned to the capital of Delhi. On Sunday, the minimum temperature in many parts of Delhi fell below four degrees Celsius. For the next three days, the Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert. According to the Meteorological Department, most of Delhi-NCR will experience a cold wave over the next three days. The minimum temperature is likely to fall by three degrees during this time. At the same time, a drop in the maximum temperature is predicted. An icy wind is expected to blow during this time.
In the first ten days of January, Delhi residents were subjected to bitter cold. Meanwhile, the cold wave lasted for five days, but due to the effect of the western disturbance, the minimum temperature rose after January 09, giving people relief from the cold. Meanwhile, people were able to escape the dense fog. However, Delhi is once again gripped by a severe cold. Most of Delhi was chilly on Sunday morning. A light fog was visible in the morning, but as the day progressed, the fog lifted and the sun emerged after eight o’clock. However, the melting was slowed by icy northwesterly winds, and people felt very cold even during the day.
Many areas are experiencing a cold wave. On Sunday, many parts of the capital remained under the grip of a cold wave. Minimum temperatures of minus four degrees Celsius were recorded in areas such as Lodhi Road, Ridge, Jaffarpur, and Ayanagar. Aside from that, the minimum temperature in other weather centres remained between five and six degrees Fahrenheit. According to the Meteorological Department, most of Delhi will experience a cold wave over the next three days. Meanwhile, the minimum temperature at Safdarjung, Delhi’s standard observatory, is expected to fall by three degrees.
On Saturday, the minimum temperature at Delhi’s Standard Observatory Safdarjung was 10.2 degrees Celsius, three degrees above normal. On Sunday night, it dropped precipitously. On Sunday, Safdarjung recorded a minimum temperature of 4.7 degrees Celsius, which is three degrees below normal. The maximum temperature, on the other hand, was 17.8 degrees Celsius.