Northern India is currently in the throes of an unrelenting coldwave, with the latest forecast from the India Meteorological Department (IMD) indicating no immediate respite. The IMD has reported prevailing “cold” to “severe cold day” conditions across numerous locations in Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Rajasthan.
The capital city, Delhi, continues to experience the brunt of this unforgiving coldwave, as Saturday morning witnessed residents grappling with bone-chilling temperatures. Adding to the challenge, a dense layer of fog has descended, significantly disrupting daily life for both residents and commuters.
The IMD’s forecast underscores the persistence of the coldwave, indicating that the harsh weather conditions are likely to persist in the coming days. This prolonged period of chilly weather has prompted residents to take extra precautions, with authorities urging vigilance and preparedness for the prolonged winter spell.
As the coldwave maintains its grip on the northern regions of India, the situation warrants close attention from both the public and authorities alike. The challenges posed by the bitter cold and thick fog demand heightened awareness and strategic planning to ensure the well-being and safety of the affected communities.