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Thursday, 26 November 2020

Cold wave alert in 5 districts of Rajasthan from tomorrow, snowfall in Himachal Pradesh for the fourth day in a row

The cold will increase difficulty: Cold wave alert in 5 districts of Rajasthan from tomorrow, snowfall in Himachal Pradesh for the fourth day in a row

The photo on Wednesday is of a goon area in Ganderbal district of Jammu and Kashmir. A family takes their lives to the bride's home in the highlands amid heavy snowfall.



It will be cloudy in many parts of Rajasthan today. According to the weather department, a cold wave alert has been issued in five districts of the state from November 27 for three days. On November 27, 28 and 29, there will be cold wave in Jhunjhunu, Sikar, Churu, Hanumangarh and Sriganganagar. Mount Abu was the coldest in the state on Wednesday night. The night temperature here remained at 3 degrees.

Temperatures in major cities of the country today

City Temperature (degrees)
Gulmarg -3.5
Srinagar 2
Manali 3.8
Delhi 11.4
Bhopal 15.6
Indore 14.9
Jaipur 15.5 (last night)
Mount Abu 3 (last night)
Ahmedabad 18


(Temperatures in Jaipur and Mount Abu were last night, today's temperature has not been updated on the meteorological department's website.)

Snowfall in Lahore Valley
Himachal Pradesh is getting snowfall for the fourth day in a row. Snow also fell in Lahore-Spiti district on Thursday. With the closure of the Atal tunnel, tourists scattered in the Lahore Valley will have to wait a little longer to get out. The Atal tunnel was closed on Wednesday. Manali recorded a minimum temperature of 3.8 degrees on Thursday. Snow fell in Narkanda on Thursday.

Tourists enjoying the snowfall in the Lahore Valley.

The photo is of the snowfall in Narkanda on Thursday.

Read in Gujarati news

Jammu and Kashmir is likely to get better weather
for the third day in a row on Wednesday. Some areas of Gulmarg received 4 to 6 inches of rain. The minimum temperature was recorded at 0.6 degrees in Srinagar and minus (-) 5 degrees in Gulmarg. Even today -3.5 degrees is recorded. It rained in many areas. The situation is expected to improve from Thursday, according to the weather department.

Wednesday's photo is of the Indus River flowing through a snow-covered valley in the Gagangir area of ​​Ganderbal district in Jammu and Kashmir.

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