IMD Weather Forecast Update: Cold Wave to Return in Delhi, Snowfall in Mountains; Many Trains Cancelled Due to Fog

Publish Date: 13 Jan, 2023 |

Weather Update Today: In North India including Delhi, there is no relief for the people suffering from the cold conditions. Cold wave can cause more trouble from Saturday. From January 16 to 18, the minimum temperature in Delhi can reach one to two degrees Celsius. In some districts of Rajasthan, the possibility of the minimum temperature going to minus is also forecasted. 

Western Disturbance to End on Friday

According to meteorologists, the effect of that western disturbance will end on Friday, due to which the temperature is rising now. The temperature will start falling again from Saturday. The chilly weather and cold wave are expected to last till January 19. The Meteorological Department has declared the winter of January this year as the third highest in 23 years.

Severe cold for next three days

Navdeep Dahiya, the founder of Live Weather of India, has predicted that from January 16 to 18, the severe cold may have to be faced in three days. He tweeted that he had never seen such a low-temperature forecast before. This time the minimum temperature in the plains can reach minus four degrees. The Meteorological Department and Skymet Weather disagreed with Dahiya's forecast.

Many Trains Cancelled 

After Bhubaneshwar Rajdhani, it has also been announced to cancel Tejas Express running between New Delhi to Lucknow and Geeta Jayanti Express running between Kurukshetra to Khajuraho on January 13. On Thursday, 54 Delhi-bound trains reached their destinations late by one hour to 14 hours. Railway officials say that due to low visibility in the fog, the trains have to slow down, due to which they are reaching the destination late. On Thursday, Kaifiyat Express reached Old Delhi Railway Station with delay of 14 hours.


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