Despite rise in day temperatures, 10 die due to cold in UP
Lucknow: Despite a rise in the day
temperatures at many places in Uttar Pradesh, 10 more persons
have died in the state due to the cold, taking the death toll
this winter to 516.
While three persons died overnight due to the cold in
Chandauli, two deaths each were reported from Mau and Jaunpur
and one each from Sitapur, Padrauna and Azamgarh, official
Farukkhabad, which recorded a minimum temperature of
3.8 degree celsius, was the coldest place in the state,
followed by Gorakhpur, where mercury the mercury settled at
5.8 degrees, four degrees below normal, the Met department
In Varanasi, the minimum temperature was recorded at
six degrees, four three marks below normal and in Sultanpur,
the mercury settled at 6 degrees, three notches below normal.
Bareilly recorded a low of of 7 degrees, two marks below
However, day temperatures were on the upswing at many
places. Lucknow, which experienced a day temperature of 17.2
degrees yesterday, saw the mercury rise to 18.8 degrees, the
Met office said.
Similarly, the day temperature was also higher in
Bahraich at 18.6 degrees in comparison to yesterday`s 14.4
In Kanpur, the maximum temperature was 18.5 degrees,
four degrees below normal.
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