Weather Update: Severe cold will return in the new year, fresh snowfall on the mountains will increase chill in Delhi-NCR – Weather Update: Severe Winter Will Return In The New Year

Snowfall in higher Himalayan regions of Uttarakhand

Snowfall in higher Himalayan regions of Uttarakhand
– Photo: Amar Ujala

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The bitter cold is about to return again. After blooming for a day or two, the cold is going to increase in North India including Delhi-NCR. According to the Meteorological Department, dense fog will also prevail in most areas. Due to snowfall in the mountains, the chill is going to increase in Delhi-NCR. Cold winds are going to make people feel prickly.

welcome new year with cold wave
Delhi-NCR will welcome the new year with dense fog and cold wave. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert from December 31 to January 3. By January 2, the minimum temperature will reach four degrees.

According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of cold wave, cold day and dense fog at some places in Delhi on January 31 and 1. According to the department, there was dense fog in the morning in many areas of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday morning.

On Wednesday, Delhi recorded a maximum temperature of 21.8 degrees Celsius, a notch above normal, while the minimum temperature settled at 6.3 degrees Celsius. Delhi’s Jaffarpur area was the coldest on Wednesday. The maximum temperature was recorded here at 20.4 and the minimum at 4.5 degree Celsius.

Holiday in Noida schools till January 1, online classes will continue
The Gautam Buddha Nagar district administration has banned physical classes in schools from classes I to VIII in Noida and Greater Noida in view of the bitter cold. District Inspector of Schools (DIOS) Dharamveer Singh said on Wednesday that District Magistrate Suhas L Yatiraj has currently issued this order till January 1, 2023. A copy of the order has been sent to all the principals. Dharamveer Singh informed that there are about 1800 schools including higher education centers in Gautam Budh Nagar.

Demand to close schools in Delhi
Amidst the harsh winter, schools in Noida up to class 8 have been closed till January 1 and there has been a demand for holiday for schools in Delhi.

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The bitter cold is about to return again. After blooming for a day or two, the cold is going to increase in North India including Delhi-NCR. According to the Meteorological Department, dense fog will also prevail in most areas. Due to snowfall in the mountains, the chill is going to increase in Delhi-NCR. Cold winds are going to make people feel prickly.

welcome new year with cold wave

Delhi-NCR will welcome the new year with dense fog and cold wave. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert from December 31 to January 3. By January 2, the minimum temperature will reach four degrees.

According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of cold wave, cold day and dense fog at some places in Delhi on January 31 and 1. According to the department, there was dense fog in the morning in many areas of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday morning.

On Wednesday, Delhi recorded a maximum temperature of 21.8 degrees Celsius, a notch above normal, while the minimum temperature settled at 6.3 degrees Celsius. Delhi’s Jaffarpur area was the coldest on Wednesday. The maximum temperature was recorded here at 20.4 and the minimum at 4.5 degree Celsius.

Holiday in Noida schools till January 1, online classes will continue

The Gautam Buddha Nagar district administration has banned physical classes in schools from classes I to VIII in Noida and Greater Noida in view of the bitter cold. District Inspector of Schools (DIOS) Dharamveer Singh said on Wednesday that District Magistrate Suhas L Yatiraj has currently issued this order till January 1, 2023. A copy of the order has been sent to all the principals. Dharamveer Singh informed that there are about 1800 schools including higher education centers in Gautam Budh Nagar.

Demand to close schools in Delhi

Amidst the harsh winter, schools in Noida up to class 8 have been closed till January 1 and there has been a demand for holiday for schools in Delhi.

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