While the chill will increase in the mountainous districts, there is a possibility of severe cold day in the plains districts. In view of this, the state government has also issued advisory. At the same time, light fog has been observed in the plains since morning. There is light sunshine in the hilly areas, but the cold winds have increased the cold.
Bikram Singh, director of the Uttarakhand Meteorological Center, said that on 14 and 15 January, in some places in the plains, especially Haridwar and Udhamsingh Nagar districts, there is a possibility of a cold winter day. Very dense fog is likely to prevail in these districts on both days.
On January 16, the weather is expected to remain dry in the state, but at the same time some parts of the plain, especially Haridwar and Udhamsingh Nagar districts are expected to have shallow to moderate fog. The weather is expected to remain dry in the state again on 17 January.
Cold Prevention Advice:
Dr. Bikram Singh, director of the Meteorological Center, said that extreme cold increases the chances of various diseases like flu, runny and stuffy nose or hemorrhage. Which is usually caused or exacerbated by prolonged exposure to cold. He told that moderate temperament will remain in these days. Periodically due to the running of cold winds, the cold can increase.
The cold will be tolerable. Mild health is a concern for vulnerable people, especially infants, pregnant women, the elderly, people with chronic diseases, etc. The concerned bodies, administrations have been advised to keep bonfires and rain shelters in the districts where there is a warning of bad weather. Be careful while driving or in traffic. Avoid prolonged stay in the cold. Cover your head, neck, hands and toes.