Famous ski resort Gulmarg and other high altitude areas in Kashmir on Monday experienced fresh snowfall, bringing back winter chill in the valley.
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Unabated cold wave claimed six lives in northern plains and temperature in Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh hovered around freezing point throwing normal life out of gear.
Fog and the winter chill returned to Uttar Pradesh Monday after a bright sunny Sunday, crippling rail and air traffic once again.
The mercury seemed set on its upward course in most parts of North India on Monday with the region generally experiencing relief from harsh winter chill.
Dense fog and cold weather conditions continue to affect normal life in major parts of northern India, with seven more deaths reported in the past 24 hours from Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday.
The winter chill crept in as temperatures dipped across North India on Wednesday with cold winds blowing across the plains.
Cold conditions prevailed in Punjab and Haryana as minimum temperatures fell by a few notches following snowfall in the neighbouring hill state of Himachal Pradesh.
People wrapped themselves in woollens as fresh snowfall in higher reaches coupled with intermittent rains ushered in winter chill across North India.
Drizzle hit the capital on Thursday adding to the winter chill even as the minimum temperature witnessed a slight dip.
Fresh snowfall and rains are expected in Jammu and Kashmir in the next four days due to fresh western disturbances in the state.
The chill continued in the national capital on Saturday with minimum temperature settling below normal levels.
In Punjab, Amritsar recorded a low of 4.8 deg C followed by Patiala at 5.3 deg C and Ludhiana at 6.2 deg C.
Delhi continued to shiver despite a sunny Saturday morning as the minimum temperature settled a notch below average at 6.7 degrees Celsius.
The summer capital of J&K, Srinagar, continued to remain in the grip of intense cold as the night temperature settled at minus 3.6 degrees Celsius.
Cold wave conditions prevailed across Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh on Thursday with temperatures remaining below normal levels.
Overnight rains brought chill to
the capital on Saturday morning but the minimum temperature remained
at above normal levels.
Unfavourable climatic conditions, especially the extended chilly conditions, have taken the colour out of the cherry business in Himachal Pradesh this year.
Clouded sky greeted Delhiites
on the Valentine`s Day on Monday with chill in the air but the sun came out as the day progressed.
A misty yet sunny morning greeted Delhiites Friday, but the minimum temperature plummeted to 9.1 degrees Celsius - a notch below the average for the season.
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