Cold wave and thunderstorms claimed three lives in North, while most parts of the region on Monday witnessed a sunny and pleasant day.
Temperatures took a dip in North India on Friday as most parts of the region were lashed by rains.
The biting cold wave conditions revived in Himachal Pradesh as the higher reaches experienced moderate to heavy snowfall.
The upper reaches of Kashmir got fresh snowfall while the plains were lashed by rains, bringing down day temperature across the Valley.
Rain and snowfall lashed north India on Monday pulling down the mercury with the inclement weather likely to continue in the coming days.
Severe cold wave conditions subsided in most parts of North India as the mercury continued its upward trend on Sunday.
Most of North India on Saturday saw an upward surge in the mercury with minimum temperatures rising.
It was a sunny but chilly Sunday for Delhiites with the minimum temperature taking a slight dip from the normal level.
The chill showed no signs of ebbing in North India, buffeted by icy winds, with mercury continuing to hover below normal in most parts.
The biting cold wave conditions remained unabated in Himachal Pradesh as temperature in some parts of the state dipped below 20 degree Celsius.
There was no relief from the cold in northern India on Monday with the mercury sliding further under mainly dry conditions.
Cold wave conditions persisted in North India on Sunday, where temperature remained variably below normal in most parts of the region.
The year has witnessed a drop in the maximum temperatures across North India.
The entire North India continued to remain in the grip of severe cold wave on Sunday.
North India was gripped by bone chilling cold on Thursday as temperatures nosedived across the region claiming nine more lives.
It was relatively warm day in the North on Tuesday with temperatures staying above normal in most parts of the region.
Cold wave conditions were yet to grip Punjab and Haryana, where minimum temperatures on Tuesday hovered above the normal levels.
Minimum temperatures in Punjab and Haryana on Monday hovered above the normal even as some parts of the two states received light rains.
The week began on a sunny, pleasant note for Delhi with Monday`s minimum temperature settling three notches above average at 11.2 degrees Celsius.
Most parts of the Kashmir Valley, including Srinagar, on Friday received fresh snowfall, leading to closure of the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway.
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