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Cold Wave Grips Northern India: Minimum Temperatures Plummet Across Regions

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Over the past 24 hours, a pervasive cold wave has tightened its grip on northern India, sending shivers across the states of Punjab, Haryana–Chandigarh–Delhi, as well as certain areas in UP, northwest Rajasthan, East MP, north Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, & west Bihar. The mercury has dipped significantly, bringing about minimum temperatures ranging from 4°C to 8°C in these regions.

Residents have been bundling up in layers to combat the chilly weather, as the cold wave makes its presence felt across the landscape. The weather conditions are notably crisp and brisk, with the chill penetrating deep into the northern plains.

“In Punjab and Haryana, the minimum temperatures have dipped to as low as 4°C, causing a noticeable drop in the overall temperature. The same holds for the union territory of Chandigarh, where residents have been waking up to colder mornings”.

Uttar Pradesh, particularly its western stretches, is experiencing the winter chill, with minimum temperatures ranging between 4°C and 8°C. The cold wave has also reached northwest Rajasthan, impacting daily life as people adapt to the sudden drop in temperatures.

“In the central regions, East Madhya Pradesh is witnessing cooler weather, contributing to the prevailing wintry conditions. The states of Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand in the east, along with parts of west Bihar, are also under the influence of the cold wave, signaling a departure from the usual milder temperatures”.

As the chill persists, residents are advised to take necessary precautions to stay warm and protect themselves from the cold. The onset of this cold wave adds a wintry touch to the northern regions of India, creating an atmosphere of seasonal change that residents are bracing themselves for in the coming days.

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