Looks like the weather is broken because it is sunny out there but the moment you step out, the cold winds will chill you inside out.
One reason for this is the harsh cold waves that are taking over Northern India. We are literally going through a pandemic while facing one of the coldest days.
#Punjab: Amritsar witnesses dense fog as cold wave conditions prevail in the region— NewsMobile (@NewsMobileIndia) December 17, 2020
Cold wave conditions very likely in some pockets over Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh Rajasthan, Delhi & West Uttar Pradesh during next 2 days, says India Meteorological Department (IMD) pic.twitter.com/fGJlX4DOCS
Ghaziabad: People were seen sitting near fire to comfort themselves.— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) December 18, 2020
An autorickshaw driver says, "It's very cold here, nobody wants to travel in autorickshaw. So, there is no work for us." pic.twitter.com/US7cHxCSAx
Cold wave in Delhi.— Murtaza Mushtaq (@Murtaza42505369) December 17, 2020
The temperature of Delhi has been going down, with it touching 5.9 degress in the mornings, recording the coldest 16 Dec morning in 17 years. API photo by Murtaza Mushtaq
.#delhi #winters #cold ##coldwave pic.twitter.com/2qzJKJXY7i
#ColdWave alert for #Delh NCR: Cold wave conditions with #coldday & fog over Baghpat, East, West, Central, North, NE, NW, South, SE, SW #Delhi, #Faridabad, #Noida, #Ghaziabad, #Gurugram, Hapur, Jhajjar,#Meerut, #NewDelhi, #Rohtak, Shahdara, Sonipat districts during next 24-36hrs. pic.twitter.com/PLcXmC8dfe— SkymetWeather (@SkymetWeather) December 18, 2020
It’s chilling Noida @6degree ❄️ Wednesday ride to ISCKON ..Hare Krishna 🌸🙏🏻 #cycling #BikerGirl #fitness #StayHealthy #FridayMotivation #wednesdaythought #positivity #coldwave #winterweather #Happiness #Spirituality pic.twitter.com/4ICUozJ6oc— Vijeta Pandey (@vijetapandey01) December 16, 2020
(((Kashmir Weather)))— Kashmir Weather (@KashmirWeather) December 17, 2020
Cold wave intensifies across Kashmir
Pahalgam: - 8.9°C
Drass: -26.5°C pic.twitter.com/pgiuSSvtHS
Yikes, dekh kar bhi thand lag rahi hai.