Schools up to 8th closed in Noida amid severe cold, online classes will continue
The Meteorological Department said that during the next two days, the minimum temperature in the plains of northwest India will increase by 2-3 degrees Celsius, but after that it may fall by 2-3 degrees.
In view of the severe cold in Noida and Greater Noida, the Gautam Budh Nagar administration has banned classes from classes 1st to 8th in the district till January 1. Giving information on Wednesday, the administration said that District Magistrate Suhas L Yatiraj has currently issued this order till January 1, 2023. Please tell that both these areas come in the open, keeping in view this decision has been taken. According to the Meteorological Department, after December 31, the cold will increase even more.
The Meteorological Department said that during the next two days, the minimum temperature in the plains of northwest India will increase by 2-3 degrees Celsius, but after that it may fall by 2-3 degrees. On the other hand, there is a possibility of cold wave in some parts of Punjab and on January 1 and 2, there will be cold wave conditions in different parts of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and North Rajasthan. During this, dense fog will remain in Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and North Rajasthan.
The Safdarjung observatory recorded a minimum temperature of 6.3 degrees Celsius on Wednesday. The minimum temperature was recorded at 5.6 degree Celsius on Tuesday and five degree Celsius on Monday. Tuesday's minimum temperature was 6.2 degrees Celsius in Dharamsala, 7 degrees Celsius in Dehradun and 7.2 degrees Celsius in Nainital, while Delhi recorded a minimum temperature of 5.6 degrees Celsius on Tuesday. Meteorologists have attributed this drop in day temperature to cold northwesterly winds passing through the plains and less sunlight due to foggy weather.