The weather of the state will change after three-four days. Meteorological Department Director JP Gupta said that the icy wind speed coming from the north-west course would decrease after which day and evening temperatures would improve and with it the effect of gradual melting and increasing cold. He said that cold wave will continue in some elements of the state for the next two days.
Cold conditions persisted during the last 24 hours in some areas of the state. During this era, solar did not get sunlight in some elements, the fog was cold. A thick fog enveloped the capital city of Lucknow and surrounding areas on Thursday morning. Even throughout the day, the bright daylight did not come out. Passengers faced a variety of problems due to the dense fog on Wednesday evening and Thursday morning in the western Japanese areas of the state.
Chirak was the coldest place in the state on Wednesday evening. Where mercury was recorded at 2.5 ° C. During this time, evening temperatures were regular in Meerut, Varanasi, Ayodhya, Prayagraj, Kanpur, Lucknow, Bareilly, Agra, Jhansi divisions. Due to cold air and melting, the day temperature recorded a steady decline. Moradabad, Gorakhpur, Ayodhya, Agra, Bareilly divisions recorded a decline in day temperatures in particular. Day temperatures were regular in Gorakhpur, Ayodhya, Lucknow, Bareilly, Agra, Meerut, Varanasi divisions.