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Winter chill to continue for a week, slight relief expected later: IMD | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: As winter chill grips the plains, the India Meteorological Department on Friday stated night time temperatures would continue to be beneath regular in north India over the following week and a slight relief could be expected solely a week later. In its forecast from December 17-24 and from December 24-30, the IMD stated the minimal temperatures could be beneath regular by 2-6 levels Celsius over most elements of northwest, central and east India.
Near regular or barely above regular temperatures are possible over remaining elements of the nation in the course of the first week.
“Cold wave to severe cold wave conditions would occur in some pockets over Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh, west Uttar Pradesh and north Rajasthan during the first half of the first week and decrease thereafter,” the IMD stated.
Cold day to extreme chilly day situations would happen in some to many pockets over Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi, north Rajasthan and northwest Uttar Pradesh throughout subsequent two days and abate thereafter, it stated.
A chilly wave has swept the north Indian plains since final week with day and night time temperatures dipping beneath regular.
During the second week, there could be slight rise in minimal temperatures as in contrast to the primary week.
However, the minimal temperatures could be beneath regular by 2-4 levels Celsius over most elements of northwest, central and east India, and close to regular or barely above regular over remaining elements of the nation, the IMD added.

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