Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Much of the Northern plains of India have had extremely cold days on 25th of this month.
Thickly covered with fog, there was a total absence of sunlight
.A high pressure zone has settled over the region in the upper levels. By Thursday, the clock wise winds (high pressure in upper region) will turn anti clockwise (low in the upper air)
The cold days on 25th.
Kurukshetra 9.2c (Incidently, even Chamba was 9.2c in the day on 25th)
Karnal 9.5c (-12). the minimum was 8c.
Aligarh 10.8c (-10)
ambala 11c (-10),
Chandigarh 11.1c (-10)
Patiala 12c (-8)
Barelli 12c (-10)
Agra 13c (-10) minimum 4.6c
Allahbad 15.5c(-9) minimum 4.9c
Gaya 13.9c (-10)
the lowest night temperature reached 1c at Narnaul.
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