New Delhi: Cold wave conditions are likely to persist across northern India as rains soaked several areas in the region and snowfall was recorded in Kashmir and Ladakh in the intervening night of Thursday and Friday.
Overnight rainfall in the national capital brought the maximum temperature down, the weather department said.
The minimum temperature recorded in the national capital was 11℃, while the maximum temperature is expected to be around 17℃.
According to the weather office, fog at many places and dense fog at some places have been predicted. However, overall, the fog will be moderate. Temperatures will fall between a minimum of 7 degrees Celsius and a maximum of 17 degrees,” an IMD official said.