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Average danger of avalanche in Himachal Pradesh

Snow! Northern India feels the chills as ‘medium danger’ avalanche warnings are issued in parts of Himachal Pradesh and temperatures drop to 11C in Delhi

  • Shallow foggy conditions were observed in Delhi on Thursday morning
  • In Himachal Pradesh, the biting cold wave conditions flooded the hills as minimum temperatures dropped due to snowfall and rain
  • “The wind has brought the chill into the air today,” said a meteorological service (MeT)
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Avalanche warnings have been issued for parts of Himachal Pradesh and Kashmir, while cold conditions are prevalent in northern India as dense fog covers parts of Punjab and Haryana on Thursday.

J&K is already faltering in sub-zero temperatures.

Shallow foggy conditions were observed in Delhi on Thursday morning, as visibility in several places dropped to poor levels.

Shallow foggy conditions were observed in Delhi on Thursday morning, as visibility in several places dropped to poor levels. In Himachal Pradesh, the biting cold wave conditions flooded the hills as minimum temperatures dropped due to snowfall and rain

Shallow foggy conditions were observed in Delhi on Thursday morning, as visibility in several places dropped to poor levels. In Himachal Pradesh, the biting cold wave conditions flooded the hills as minimum temperatures dropped due to snowfall and rain

The Delhiites awoke on a chilly morning with the mercury dropping to 11.2 degrees Celsius.

Office workers had problems in the morning when the cold wind flooded the city.

The minimum temperature in the Safdarjung Observatory, the measurement of which is considered the official figure for the city, was 11.2 degrees Celsius, a MeT department official said. Visibility in many places dropped to 700 m due to fog.

Nighttime temperatures in Kashmir, including Ladakh, dropped, with Pahalgam and Gulmarg recording their coldest nights of the season. “” – Officer on duty MeT, J&K

The Palam weather station recorded lows of 10.6 degrees Celsius, Lodhi Road 11, Ridge 8.2, and Ayanagar 10.5, he said.

“The wind has brought the chill into the air today,” added a meteorological department (MeT).

Relative humidity was 95 percent at 8:30 AM, with mostly clear skies and shallow or moderate fog forecast for Friday in the next 24 hours.

In a major hiatus for the residents of Kashmir, authorities opened the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway on Thursday.

The reopening restores the surface connection between the valley and the rest of the country after two days.

One-way traffic is allowed on the 300 km long highway, the only all-weather road connecting the valley to the rest of the country, officials in Srinagar said.

The road was closed due to snowfall and landslides in several places, stones at Panthyal and snow accumulation in the tunnel sections Qazigund-Jawahar and Banihal-Jawahar.

The Delhiites woke up on a chilly morning and the mercury dropped to 11.2 degrees Celsius. Office workers had problems in the morning when the cold wind flooded the city.

The Delhiites woke up on a chilly morning and the mercury dropped to 11.2 degrees Celsius. Office workers had problems in the morning when the cold wind flooded the city.

The Delhiites woke up on a chilly morning and the mercury dropped to 11.2 degrees Celsius. Office workers encountered problems in the morning when the cold wind flooded the city.

Nighttime temperatures in Kashmir, including Ladakh, dipped with Pahalgam and Gulmarg recording their coldest nights of the season, the MeT department said.

The Gulmarg ski area recorded minus 9.8 degrees Celsius, while Pahalgam, one of the base camps for the annual Amarnath Yatra, was minus 6.5 degrees Celsius.

The temperature at Leh was minus 8.5 degrees Celsius and Kargil minus 8 degrees Celsius. The MeT has predicted light rain or snowfall in isolated locations across the state for the next 24 hours.

In Himachal Pradesh, acrid cold wave conditions flooded the hills as minimum temperatures dropped due to snowfall and rain. Keylong, Kalpa and Manali recorded freezing temperatures.

Keylong and Bharmaur received 10 cm and 6 cm of snow respectively. Naina Devi saw 16mm of rain followed by 10mm in Sarkaghat and Baldwara and 7mm in Baijnath, Dharamshala and Jogindernagar

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