North India likely to have harsher winter: IMD

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November 29, 2020 6:24 PM

He added that the night temperatures in north India are likely to be below normal, while the day temperatures are expected to be above normal.

The IMD, in its winter forecast for December to February, said below normal minimum temperatures are likely. (Image: Reuters)

North India is likely to expect a harsher winter and can see a rise in the frequency of cold waves this season, India Meteorological Department (IMD) Director General Mrutunjay Mohapatra said on Sunday.

The IMD, in its winter forecast for December to February, said below normal minimum temperatures are likely over north and central India.

“The winter is likely to be harsher in north India this season,” Mohapatra said.

He added that the night temperatures in north India are likely to be below normal, while the day temperatures are expected to be above normal.

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