Delhi-NCR Cold Wave: At 5 days, decade’s longest Jan cold wave keeps Delhi shivering | DNA Big News
Severe cold wave conditions gripping North India fifth consecutive day of record low temperatures and poor visibility the cold wave is crippled life across cities claimed lives and affected communication on DNA big news of the day we discuss what’s the reason behind long spell of cold wave according to weather experts the long spell of.
Cold wave in Delhi NCR and other parts of North India is due to a large gap between two Western disturbances as cold winds from mountains in Jammu and Kashmir and other paths are blowing in for a longer than usual period IMD data showed that the minimum temperature in Delhi was lower than many places in Himachal Pradesh and uttarakhand fog led.
To the cancellation of 267 trains while a total of 170 trains were running late till 11AM on January 9. visibility dropped to near zero in Delhi in NCR on January 9 morning as Delhi Noida gurugram faridabad and other regions were engaged in a thick blanket of fog according to the IMD cold wave would continue to affect normal lives in North.
India till January 10.