Cold weather conditions had northern India shivering on Monday with icy winds sweeping the region as the mercury registered big slides at several places.
Madhya Pradesh continued to shiver under intense cold wave conditions with icy winds coming from north India.
Many parts of Uttar Pradesh woke up to a chilly weekend Saturday as icy winds swept across the state.
The cold wave sweeping most parts of Himachal Pradesh intensified on Saturday as icy winds continued to sweep the state.
After a brief spell of warm weather, Delhiites woke up to a chilly Sunday as icy winds blew across the city even though the minimum temperature was above normal.
Schedule of over 50 flights was
affected after dense fog enveloped the IGI airport leading to cancellation of two domestic flights and diversion
of seven others.
The cold wave in north India claimed 29 more lives, taking the toll to 258 this winter, as icy winds swept across the region and dense fog affected movement of air, rail and road traffic on Sunday.
Cold wave intensified in most
parts of north India on Wednesday with mercury falling in Punjab,
Haryana and Chandigarh and the minimum temperature dipping to
5.2 degrees Celsius in the national capital.
Chilly weather conditions
prevailed in most parts of the northern states on Tuesday even as
mercury rose marginally in Punjab and Haryana where people
woke up to a foggy morning.
Cold winds blew across Himachal
Pradesh on Sunday, resulting in mercury plummeting by several
notches at many places in the hill state.
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