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Bone-chilling winter with dense fog in Panchgarh

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Bone-chilling winter has settled in Panchgarh with dense fog. After 5 consecutive days of mild to moderate cold flow, the minimum temperature increased slightly but the maximum day temperature also decreased. Along with this, Konkan is feeling cold due to the cold north wind.

Tetulia Meteorological Office has recorded a minimum temperature of 11.6 degrees Celsius at 9 am on Tuesday. The minimum temperature was 13.8 degrees yesterday on Monday. The day temperature was recorded at 24.8 degrees Celsius.

Earlier, the second phase of cold flow started with the minimum temperature record of 7.4 degrees Celsius last Wednesday. The minimum temperature was fluctuating between 7 and 10 till Sunday.

The sun did not appear in the district until 10 am today, Tuesday. Vehicles were seen moving with headlights on. Dense fog and frosty winds have increased the misery of the beleaguered and starving people in Konkan during the winter.

Officer-in-charge of Tentulia Meteorological Office. Russell Shah said the minimum temperature was recorded at 11.6 degrees on Tuesday at 9 am. And yesterday, Monday, the day temperature was recorded at 24.8 degrees Celsius.



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