Compared to many hilly places, Delhi is colder. The extreme cold wave caused the morning to be the coldest of the year, with a temperature drop of three degrees Celsius. In Delhi, this is also the coldest January on record during the previous two years. In several areas of North India, a cold wave outbreak is still going strong at the same time. Most individuals stayed inside their homes during the harsh weather and turned on heaters to stay warm. The Orange Alert was issued by the Meteorological Department.
The fog has made life more difficult for many in addition to the cold. This morning, visibility in several parts of Delhi was only 4 to 5 metres due to the dense fog. Nothing was further evident. The Orange Alert has been issued for Delhi-NCR by the meteorological department. According to the Meteorological Department, Delhi will see similar weather over the next 24 hours. Cities in UP are also experiencing the effects of the cold wave at the same time. In several cities, the temperature is below five degrees. In order to stay warm, people have built bonfires along the highway.