There was some respite from intense cold in Kashmir Valley on Monday as mercury rose in some areas following improvement in weather.
An increase in minimum
temperatures across north India provided some relief to people in the region.
Delhiites will get no respite from the sweltering heat with the maximum temperature expected to hover around the 45 degrees Celsius mark, four degrees above average, an official said Friday.
Delhi Sunday recorded a maximum temperature of 39.7 degrees Celsius, two notches above average. However, hotter days are set to return with Monday`s temperature forecast to touch the 41 degree mark.
Fresh snowfall in the higher reaches of Himachal Pradesh have ended weeks of dry spell, pushing mercury down by several notches across the hill state.
People in most parts of north India
got some respite from intense cold with further rise in
mercury level on Friday.
People in parts of north India had
some respite from biting cold today as minimum temperature
rose marginally though fog hampered running of trains and some
flights had to be rescheduled.
Delhiites woke up to a pleasant morning Friday with light to heavy rains in various parts of the city bringing the mercury down and adding to the festive spirit of Janmashtami.
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