A few high-elevation regions of Himachal Pradesh got snowfall on Tuesday and temperatures dropped in numerous spots in north India, including Haryana, Punjab and Delhi.
The base temperature in the public capital plunged to 13 degrees Celsius, three down from that of Monday, as verified by IMD.
"Shimla recorded - 4.4 degree Celsius and Manali recorded - 1.5 degree Celsius. There has likewise been a plunge of almost 10 degrees during day time. Higher areas like Kinnaur, Lahaul and Spiti may get precipitation in the following not many days," Manmohan Singh, Himachal Pradesh Director of Indian Meteorological Department, said to ANI.
Attributable to substantial snowfall in Uttarakhand, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat and UP CM Yogi Adityanath were abandoned at Kedarnath.
In Rajasthan, Mount Abu was recorded as the coldest spot with four degrees Celsius.
On Sunday, the greater part of the western Himalayas including Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand got snowfall.
South India got sprinkles of downpour. IMD stated, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka and waterfront Andhra Pradesh, with Tuticorin, Madurai, Ongole, Khozikode, Kanyakumari, Coonoor and Nellore, among different regions, gotten four cm or more precipitation since Monday. The division has additionally anticipated precipitation alongside tempests and lightning over Kerala, Lakshadweep, Tamil Nadu and different states in the south.
The Western Himalayas affected by western unsettling influences that cleared the contaminated air in the Delhi-NCR locale is probably going to get light detached to dispersed downpour or snow till November 20.