In Uttar Pradesh, including Delhi-NCR, there are chilly westerly winds. The national capital Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Rajasthan, and western Uttar Pradesh are all expected to see moderate rain and drizzle, according to the meteorological department. On January 29 and 30, the Western Himalayan areas may have light rain and snowfall, while the North Indian plains may experience rain.
Delhi, the nation’s capital, will see more cloud movement today, on January 28. The weather will be dry, with a maximum temperature of up to 22 degrees and a low of up to 5 degrees Celsius. On January 29, there will be rain. The highest temperature might drop to barely 17 degrees during this time, while the lowest temperature will be close to 11. After that, the minimum and maximum temperatures are only predicted to be 11 and 21 degrees Celsius, respectively, on January 30 and 31. In Delhi, there is zero probability of fog in January.
In Uttar Pradesh, the weather patterns are also altering. In the morning, fog and mist are visible in the sky. Discussing regarding Lucknow, the state’s capital, the minimum and maximum temperatures for today (Saturday, January 28) are 10 and 21 degrees, respectively. At the same time, Lucknow will see sunny skies through January 29 and rainy conditions until January 30. On January 30, there is a chance for rain and thunderstorms in Lucknow.