Such was the view in Meerut on January 5, fog remained throughout the day in zero visibility
Due to snowfall on the mountains, the weather of western Uttar Pradesh has become very cold and chilly. The temperature continues to drop continuously in the surrounding districts including Meerut, Saharanpur, Bijnor. The air of Meerut is shaking like hills. On January 5, after a day’s rain, the temperature reached around Shimla, Mussoorie, Srinagar. Due to the effect of Western Disturbance, the changed weather is making the mountains feel in the plains.
Meerut temperature equal to hill station
This was the view of the weather in the Civil Lines area of Meerut on January 5
According to N Subhash, Senior Scientist of the Meteorological Department, the weather has changed due to western disturbances. On January 5, it was cloudy throughout the day in the whole of UP and it also rained. The maximum impact of the arrival of Western Disturbance has been seen in the plains of western UP coming in the foothills of Uttarakhand and Himalayas. Moradabad, Bijnor, Saharanpur, Meerut are prominent in this. It rained throughout the day in these areas, due to the absence of sunlight, there was a thick fog and zero visibility, which kept the feeling of being among the clouds on the mountains. Meerut temperature on January 5
the weather changed like this
Fog remained throughout the day, the sun came out on January 6, today there is a possibility of rain again in the weather
On January 5, the minimum temperature in Meerut dropped to 5.8 degrees Celsius. The minimum temperature in Jammu on this day was 7.7 degree Celsius. Srinagar recorded the day’s maximum temperature of 6.8 degrees and minimum 3.0 degrees, Pahalgam recorded the day’s maximum temperature of 3.3 degrees Celsius and minus 3.0 degrees Celsius. The temperature in Manali reached 3 degrees, Mussoorie 6 degrees and Shimla reached 5 degrees Celsius. The minimum temperature recorded in Meerut till 11 am on January 7 is 10.4 degree Celsius. While Jammu recorded 10.3, Mussoorie recorded a temperature of 1.8.
people canceled tour and trip
People from NCR, adjoining districts including Meerut go to enjoy snowfall on the mountains during the winter break during Christmas. From December 25 to January 10, the peak time of snowfall is on the mountains, at this time there is a lot of crowd. This time due to cold weather and corona in the plains, people have canceled trips to the hills. Enjoying the weather here with the family amidst light rain, fog.
The mercury fell on 5th and rose on 6th January
On January 5, after drizzling throughout the day, it rained heavily in the night as well. On January 6, it rained in the districts of Agra, Aligarh and Lakhnau division. On January 6, an increase of 4.5 degrees was recorded in the day temperature and 2.1 degrees in the night temperature as compared to January 5. On January 6, the maximum temperature was recorded at 19.6 degree Celsius and the minimum temperature was 10.4 degree Celsius at the Meteorological Office. The maximum humidity was 95 and the minimum humidity was 58 percent. The wind blew at 6.2 kmph. Whereas rain was recorded at 6.9 mm.