- Meteorological Department issued warning of heavy rain and snowfall for two days
- Weather forecast to remain bad in the state till January 25
- Crops damage due to rain and fog, farmers worried
In North India, snowfall has started again in the mountains between rain and fog. Due to fresh snowfall in Himachal Pradesh, the capital Shimla got snow cover. In the hilly areas, the cold has increased due to fresh snowfall. Fresh snowfall occurred on high peaks including Rohtang, Shikari Devi, Kamrunag in Himachal Pradesh. The Meteorological Department has issued a warning of heavy rain and snowfall for two days. The weather is expected to remain bad in the state till January 25.
A warning of heavy rain and snowfall has also been issued in Himachal Pradesh on Sunday. Earlier on Friday, there was snowfall on the high peaks including Rohtang, Shikari Devi, Kamrunag. Fountains fell in Solangnala and there was light drizzle in the capital Shimla. Snowfall up to ten centimeters was recorded in the higher hills including Rohtang Pass. The road of Pangi-Kilar-Keylong and Manali is being blocked repeatedly by avalanches and landslides. The road was closed for a long time due to landslides between Raholi and Kadunala. The mountains of Multhan, an inaccessible tourist area, have also received snow two days ago.
The chilling cold increased the difficulties
Significantly, light rain is occurring in many states of the country. Light rain on Saturday brought down the temperature. Apart from this, it has been raining continuously since Sunday morning. Due to this, the chilling cold has increased the difficulties of the people. Winter is becoming a headache for the people. According to the Meteorological Department, there is no way to get rid of this kind of weather.
Fog and cold will remain
Meteorologists say that along with rain, there is a possibility of lightning and hailstorm in Bihar in the next two days. Due to this, the effect of fog and cold can be seen more. Actually, due to this rain, wheat and mustard crops are going to suffer heavy losses. This has also raised the concerns of the farmers. In Delhi-NCR, people were seen heating fire to avoid cold and cold wave.
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