Delhi records coldest night of the season at 3 °C, snowfall expected in Himachal
Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Delhi witnessed the coldest night of the season with temperature dropping to 3 degree Celsius Sunday night.
This comes after 4.9 degrees Celsius was recored as the minimum temperature on Saturday.
Monday`s maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to hover around 20 and 5 degrees, respectively, said an India Meteorological Department (IMD) official, adding that light rains are likely.
With rains expected, it may come as a boon for the Delhiites as it would lead to a rise in the minimum temperature.
The air travellers are having a good time with flights operating normally from the national capital. However, the train tarffic is still afftected with fog continuing in many parts of north India.
Jammu and Kashmir continues to shiver with Ladakh, Gulamrk, Pahalgam regions recording temperatutres below 0 °C.
Those who have planned their New Year in Himachal Pradesh are sure to have blast as the hills might experience snowfall ahead of New Year`s Eve.
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