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It's 7.2 deg C, but cold wave waning, says Meteorological Department
Times of India

It's 7.2 deg C, but cold wave waning, says Meteorological Depa...

NAGPUR: Breaking the record of this season just a day after it was set, the cold wave saw the city witness a chilly Friday morning with the minimum temperature dropping to 7.2 degrees Celsius, six notches below normal. This made Nagpur the second ... Times of India, 4 days ago
Cold wave sweeps north India; snowfall in HP, Kashmir Press Trust of India, 14 hours ago

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Delhi winter: Cold, windy morning, minimum temperature below average

According to India Meteorological Department (IMD), humidity level recorded at 8.30 AM was 97 per cent
 Business Standard22 hours ago Clear Thursday morning in Delhi  Prokerala3 weeks ago Clear Tuesday morning in Delhi  Prokerala1 month ago

No summer showers expected in Kerala till March

Thiruvananthapuram: As the State is moving towards a severe drought, the India Meteorological Department(IMD) has forewarned that the state will not witness significant rains till the second week of March. Many areas in the hill ranges are already facing ...
 Mathrubhumi1 hour ago Kerala stares at worst drought in 115 years: State may impose water rationing system  First Post.com3 weeks ago TN Declares Drought  Asian Lite6 days ago NE monsoon worst In 140 years, 144 Farmers dead, Tamil Nadu declares drought  Sify6 days ago

Over 1,600 killed due to extreme weather patterns in 2016

According to India Meteorological Department (IMD), 2016 was the warmest year ever recorded, globally as well as in India.
 DNA1 day ago Extreme weather killed over 1,600 last year  The Freepress Journal2 days ago Over 1,600 killed across India due to extreme weather patterns in 2016  DNA India2 days ago Heat wave in India claimed 700 lives in 2016  Rediff.com2 days ago
Hindustan Times

Chill to last, colder days ahead, says Met

Ranchi: The Indian Meteorological Department's (IMD) Ranchi observatory on Friday said the minimum temperatures may drop by one degree in the next 24 hours and that there is a possibility of cold wave conditions in the next 48 hours in the city. In ...
 Times of India4 days ago Delhi: Wednesday season's coldest so far, Friday will be colder  Indian Express6 days ago At 5°C, Chandigarh endures the coldest night of season  Hindustan Times6 days ago Clearer skies set to bring colder nights: Met department  Times of India6 days ago

2016 recorded warmest year since 1901: IMD

New Delhi, Jan 15: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) in its release named statement of climate of India, 2016′ stated that 2016 was India's warmest year ever since the documenting of meteorological records began in 1901. The release stated ...
 India.com2 days ago 2016 was country's warmest year: IMD  DNA India3 days ago Leading Indian States Prepare for Extreme Heat in 2017  NRDC Worldview2 weeks ago 2016, warmest year ever on Earth  Sakaal Times1 week ago
Hindustan Times

It's going to rain for 3 more days

Cloudy days are here to stay with the India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicting light to moderate rainfall for the next three days in Bengaluru. S M Maitri, in-charge director, IMD, said that depression over northern Tamil Nadu had moved westwards.
 Deccan Herald1 month ago More rain, snow in north India in next 2-3 days: IMD  Chandigarh Tribune4 days ago Brace for more chill in Chandigarh as rain likely in next 2 days  Hindustan Times2 days ago

Active western disturbance affecting Western Himalayan region: MeT Dir. Mritunjay Mahopatra

Director of Meteorological (MeT) Department, Dr. Mritunjay Mahopatra, commenting on the climatic changes on 7 January said that an active western disturbance is affecting Western Himalayan region like Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh from January 3.
 catchnews.com1 week ago Western disturbances in Himalayan region resulting in climatic change  Ani News1 week ago A disastrous banner year for climate change  Livemint.com2 weeks ago Doppler radars on cyclone watch along India's coast  New Indian Express4 weeks ago

Rain likely on Jan 6: Met dept

national Capital is witnessing freak weather patterns this winter, Meteorological department has predicted rainfall in the city on January 6 that will bring sharp changes in weather. Notably, this year, the minimum temperature is nine degrees ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Met predicts warm winter  Deccan Herald1 month ago Met predicts warm January  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago December 2016 was the warmest in eight years: Delhi's warm winter due to rain deficit  Indian Express1 week ago

New Year's eve likely to be foggy

NEW DELHI, Dec. 29 -- Fog may play a spoiler to your New Year party plans as the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast very dense fog from Thursday. The intensity of the fog expected to peak on New Year's Eve, officials said. The ...
 HT Syndication2 weeks ago Brace for dense fog during New Year's eve, warns Met  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Fog to delay flights at KIA for next few days  The Hindu4 weeks ago Chill & fog to intensify  The Telegraph1 month ago
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