Light rain accompanied by cool breeze lashed in parts of national capital on March 12.
A major portion of Kashmir's famous Dal Lake and several other water bodies froze on Thursday as the cold wave in the valley continued with Srinagar recording the coldest night in 30 years.
Heavy rainfall along with hailstorms lashed the national capital in the morning of January 06. Continuous rainfall and heavy clouds led to dark skies over parts of Delhi as the winter weather turned odd.
The lifeline Srinagar-Jammu national highway remained closed for the fourth day on Wednesday as fresh landslides were reported along the only road that connects the Valley with the rest of the country. India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued
IMD senior scientist, RK Jenamani informed that cold wave will continue in north India tomorrow and will decrease from January 02.
A thick layer of fog engulfed parts of the national capital on December 31.
Dense fog and cold waves engulfed parts of the national capital on December 30. Intense cold waves have disrupted normal life out of gear in northern India.
Braving the cold weather, people were seen sitting near the fire on December 30 in Delhi's Anand Vihar.
Dense layer of fog engulfed Punjab's Ludhiana. It leads to poor visibility in the city on December 29.
Speaking to ANI in the national capital on December 28, the regional head of India Meteorological Department (IMD) in Delhi.
A thick layer of fog engulfed the national capital on the morning of December 23, as the city continues to brave cold weather.
Speaking to ANI in the national capital on December 22, Additional DG of India Meteorological Department (IMD), Anand Sharma spoke on cold waves.
Kuldeep Srivastava, Scientist D at India Meteorological Department, Delhi on December 18, informed about national capital's weather condition
Briefing about the cold weather condition, IMD's Kuldeep Srivastava informed that prevailing situation will last till 18th December.