Delhi Weather, North India Weather Forecast: The same situation is likely to remain on Wednesday and the maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to be around 14 and nine degrees Celsius. Night temperatures continued to fall following the recent snowfall in most parts of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.

Delhi Weather, North India Weather: The icy winds in most parts of North India did not get relief and the mercury dropped below and added to the cold on Tuesday. Delhi recorded the lowest maximum temperature in 22 years. According to meteorological officials, the temperature has come down due to the strong and cool winds coming from the Western Himalayan region as well as being cloudy. The tremor continued in the national capital on Tuesday as the maximum temperature was 10 degrees below the season’s average at 12.2 degrees Celsius. In 1997, the maximum temperature was recorded at 11.3 ° C.

Such weather will remain today: The same situation is likely to continue on Wednesday and the maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to be around 14 and nine degrees Celsius. Night temperatures continued to fall following the recent snowfall in most parts of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. Due to snowfall, traffic was disrupted for several hours on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway on Tuesday due to landslides.

Pahalgam, the coldest place in the valley: Icy winds are blowing from the mountains in both the regions but people got some relief from the morning sun. An official of the Meteorological Department said that the minimum temperature was minus 12.2 degrees Celsius at Pahalgam in southern Kashmir, the base camp of Amarnath Yatra. With this, it was the coldest place in the valley. He said that the ski resort of Gulmarg recorded a low of minus 11 degrees Celsius while in Srinagar the temperature dropped by two degrees Celsius to minus 3.7 degrees Celsius.

Cold conditions in hilly areas: Leh recorded the coldest place in Ladakh region. The temperature here went down to minus 12 degrees Celsius. There has been some improvement in the temperature in Jammu and it reached 7.2 degree Celsius, but people are not getting out of their homes due to icy winds and cloudy conditions here. The official said the minimum temperature in Bhaderwah in Jammu region was minus 3.3 degrees Celsius. At Katara, the base camp of pilgrimage of Mata Vaishni Devi temple in Reasi district, the temperature was recorded at 5.1 degree Celsius.

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