Weather Update : Delhi remained colder than Shimla-Mussoorie, knowing the weather condition


With the falling mercury, entire North India is gripped in the grip of bitter cold. Severe cold continues in the entire North India including the capital Delhi.

Fatehpur (Sikar) in Rajasthan was the coldest at minus 1.8 degrees. After this, Churu in Rajasthan was the second coldest place with minus 1.5 degrees Celsius.

Gurdaspur in Punjab and Hissar in Haryana were the coldest with a minimum temperature of 2.2 degrees Celsius. Delhi was colder than Dalhousie (4.9 degrees), Dharamshala (5.2 degrees), Kangra (3.2 degrees), Shimla (3.7 degrees), Dehradun (4.6 degrees), Mussoorie (4.4 degrees), Nainital (6.2 degrees) on the previous day.

According to a railway spokesperson, at least 12 trains reached New Delhi late by one-and-a-half to six hours and two had to be rescheduled. Due to Western Disturbance, conditions will start improving from North-West India from January 7.