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The Valley is witnessing severe cold wave conditions with the temperature continuing to remain several degrees below the freezing point.

In Srinagar city, the mercury fell overnight to minus 5.5°C, which is nearly three degrees below the average normal and lowest temperature of the season so far, an official of the Meteorological Department said. Srinagar witnessed minus 4.9°C on Sunday night, minus 4.6°C on Saturday night and minus 5.4°C on Friday night.

Chilly westerly winds sweeping across south Bengal caused the mercury to dip across the region on Friday, bringing back the cold spell after more than a week.The MeT Office said cold conditions wou

A cold wave condition prevailed in parts of north central Maharahtra, between Jalgaon/Nashik and Pune, with the minimum temperature dipping by 3 to 5 degrees Celsius below normal.

The cold wave condition intensified in Bihar today with the minimum temperature plummeting sharply by 9-10 degrees Celsius from normal, throwing normal life out of gear in many places of the state.

Madhya Pradesh continued to reel under severe cold wave conditions with icy winds coming from north India.

Cold wave conditions intensified across the state on Saturday, especially in the border districts. Many stations registered a dip of 4-6 degrees in both day and night temperatures.

The state is witnessing extreme cold wave conditions with the mercury hovering at 1 degree Celsius on the hills of Amarkantak in Anuppur district to 8.6 degrees in Indore.

Garhwa on Thursday recorded minimum 4 degree Celsius, the season's lowest minimum at night. It also experienced early morning fog on Friday.

The city experienced its coldest day this winter on Wednesday with the mercury dipping to 11.3 degree Celsius, which is three degrees below normal.

The town and its adjoining areas are reeling under severe cold wave conditions.