Cold conditions are not expected in northern India for the next 5 days: IMD

NEW DELHI: On Thursday () he said there will be no cold conditions on the plains of northern India for the next five days, as temperatures have increased between 8 and 10 ° C in the last three days.

Temperatures in the plains of northern India have increased by 2-4 ° C during the last 24 hours and by approximately 8-10 ° C during the last 3 days. Cold day conditions are not expected for the next 5 days. Temperatures in the north The Indian plains ran approximately between 8 and 12 ° C on December 30 and today between 18 and 22 ° C, IMD tweeted today.

In a slight relief from the dense fog and the cold wave that interrupted the flight and train operations in northern India since the last days, temperatures increased in the area under the influence of the hot and humid east winds from from January 1.

IMD also said the temperature will remain almost normal for the next 3-4 days in the Delhi NCR area.

Speaking to ANI earlier in the day, Kuldeep Srivastava, head of the regional weather forecasting department, had said: There was a cloud cover over the Delhi-NCR region, which originated in Punjab. This layer is now gone, and sunlight has disappeared. began to enter the region.

The temperature will remain around 18-19 degrees for 3-4 days, although some clouds may occasionally be present at night, which will not cause any significant effect. The cold wave condition in Delhi NCR is over, he added.