People in northern India will once again face lower temperatures as the Meteorological Department has forecast cold weather for the next few days in the northern and central part of India. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has said that the minimum temperature is likely to increase in most areas of Northwest and Central India during the next three to four days.
According to the IMD, it is expected to rain between February 3 to 5. Due to the Western disturbance, a cyclone is forming over Afghanistan. There is also a cyclone situation over central Pakistan and western Rajasthan. Due to these changes, the weather over the Northwest Himalayan region may be affected, the weather agency said.
According to IMD, heavy rain or snowfall may occur over Himachal Pradesh on February 4, and over Jammu and Kashmir on February 3 and 4.
“During February 3 to 5, there is a possibility of southwest winds, western disturbances and southeast winds over northwestern plains and…