Temperature was recorded to a degree around Zero of Halwara, Amritsar, Narnaul, Adampur and Faridkot in the harsh winter falling all over North India.
According to the weather center, there is no possibility of relief from cold wave and cold day in the northwest in the next two days. Now Pala will also persecute the next two days. There are chances of dense fog somewhere in the next forty eight hours. The winter in the region broke the record for the first time and in most places the mercury fell by three to four degrees and at some places the mercury got close to the deposition point which affected the common life. Animal birds and creatures were forced to lurk.
Due to snowfall in the mountains, the upper layer of the water of the rivers is frozen, the natural water source is frozen, the water level in the rivers has been affected due to the power generation.
It is a matter of relief that the cold of the sizzle was relieved by the chilling cold of the rippling sun rays on the earth. The city got sunny today due to no fog. By the morning there was a feeling of numbness in the hands. The mercury fell in the city to four degrees. The mercury in Ambala, Karnal, Hisar, Rohtak, Ludhiana, Bathinda fell to three degrees respectively.
In Punjab, mercury of Halwara and Amritsar was recorded at zero degree four degrees due to severe cold. Pathankot was three degrees, Patiala four degrees, Adampur one degree, Faridkot one degree, Gurdaspur six degrees, Delhi four degrees, Bhiwani four degrees and Sirsa five degrees. Due to the high impact of cold in rural areas, people have to resort to bonfire. The next two days of severe winter will persecute.
The mercury deposits of Una in Himachal Pradesh reached Bindu. The mercury of Shimla remained at par with the plains. Shimla was four degrees, Dharamsala two degrees, Mandi one degree, Nahan six degrees and mercury was recorded below zero in some places. Sundernagar was minus 2 degrees, Kangra zero, Solan around zero, Bhuntar minus 1 degree.