Rainfall Alert: IMD issued heavy rain alert for these states, check the condition of your state


Delhi Weather Update: A blanket of fog was seen in North India including the country’s capital Delhi on Sunday. The Meteorological Department has issued a rain warning for the next two days.

Delhi Weather Update: A blanket of fog was seen in many parts of North India on Sunday morning. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted light to moderate rain at many places in Delhi, Haryana and Chandigarh in two days. IMD said that today the minimum temperature in Delhi is likely to be around 9 degrees Celsius, while the maximum temperature will be 27 degrees Celsius, the day will be partly cloudy.

Light fog was seen on the duty route of Delhi. At the same time, a thick layer of dense fog remained in some parts of Bhubaneswar on Sunday morning. Dense fog also remained in Rajpura city of Patiala district of Punjab. Dense fog conditions were also recorded in Hooghly district of West Bengal on Sunday morning.

Dense fog on the roads

Driver Shivnath complained that there was traffic jam due to dense fog. He told that we are facing difficulty in driving amidst dense fog. We have to repeatedly remove fog from the windscreen. Driver Amit Kumar, who was going from Haryana to Basantpura village in Punjab, complained that visibility was near zero due to fog.

Snowfall alert in Jammu and Kashmir

In Jammu and Kashmir, reacting to the weather department’s alert of three-day snowfall in the valley, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Vijay Kumar Bidhuri said that we were eagerly waiting for the snowfall…In the last period, the administration has done a good job. Did… This time there is a three day alert.



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