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Minimum Temperature Trends Across Northern India: A Chilly Spell in the Region

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The winter chill has firmly set in across northern India, as minimum temperatures during the last 24 hours till 08:30 AM today have been recorded at 4-8°C in parts of Punjab, Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, and 8-11°C in many parts of North Rajasthan. This drop in temperature marks the arrival of the winter season, bringing with it colder mornings and the need for extra layers to stay warm.

Punjab, Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi: Embracing the Winter Chill

In the heart of northern India, the states of Punjab and Haryana, along with the union territory of Chandigarh and the national capital Delhi, are experiencing minimum temperatures ranging from 4-8°C. This cool weather is characteristic of the winter season, with residents waking up to crisp mornings and the occasional presence of fog, adding a touch of mystique to the surroundings.

“The iconic landmarks of Delhi, including India Gate and the Red Fort, are now enveloped in the cool embrace of winter as residents and tourists alike adapt to the drop in temperatures. Warm beverages, cozy blankets, and winter wardrobes are becoming essential companions to navigate through the chill”.

Uttar Pradesh: A Cool Respite

Uttar Pradesh, one of India’s largest states, is also witnessing minimum temperatures in the range of 4-8°C. As winter descends upon the region, cities like Lucknow, Kanpur, and Agra are experiencing a gradual shift in climate. The Ganga and Yamuna riverbanks, usually bustling with activity, now reflect a quieter ambiance as residents adjust to the colder weather.

The onset of winter in Uttar Pradesh is often accompanied by outdoor markets offering an array of winter wear, from cozy sweaters to stylish jackets. The local cuisine also undergoes a seasonal transformation, with hot and comforting dishes taking center stage.

North Rajasthan: A Colder Affair

Moving westward, the state of Rajasthan, known for its desert landscapes, is also experiencing the touch of winter. In many parts of North Rajasthan, minimum temperatures have dipped to 8-11°C, signaling the arrival of colder days and nights. Cities like Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Bikaner are witnessing a change in weather patterns, with residents embracing the winter wardrobe and warmer bedding.

“Despite the colder temperatures, Rajasthan’s vibrant culture and historical sites continue to attract visitors. The palaces and forts that define the state’s architectural beauty now stand against the backdrop of cool winter skies”.

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