Extreme Cold Wave curbs Telangana and North India!

On Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, the temperatures will hit even record lows as per Indian Meteorological Department, IMD and from Wednesday, gradually Extreme Cold Wave effect will decrease in Telangana, Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh.

Extreme Cold Wave curbs Telangana and North India
Extreme Cold Wave curbs Telangana and North India

North India states and Telangana are experiencing Extreme Cold Wave from Saturday, 7th January. On Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, the temperatures will hit even record lows as per Indian Meteorological Department, IMD and from Wednesday, gradually Extreme Cold Wave effect will decrease in Telangana, Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh. From Western side of India, hot winds will help in increasing temperatures. Extreme Cold Wave effect in Telangana will be high in Northern region and Hyderabad.

IMD has warned people to be safe interiors during the morning hours as Smog, fog will be high all over North India. Especially, Delhi, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh will see dangerous levels of smog and fog warned IMD. Extreme Cold Wave has already brought down temperatures across India and in Hyderabad, Rajiv Gandhi International Airport has recorded 8 degree Celsius, the lowest. Weather experts feel Telangana could record even lower temperatures on Sunday and Monday due to the Extreme Cold Wave.

IMD warns Extreme Cold Wave effects to bring heavy smog and fog
IMD warns Extreme Cold Wave effects to bring heavy smog and fog

IMD has asked people to take precautions while coming out and keep themselves warm. In the Western Himalayan region, winds from Arabian Sea can bring slight rainfall after January 10th. Extreme Cold Wave could increase COVID infections and old people, especially, should take necessity care stated medical experts. Please be safe and be careful!

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